Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans have something to look forward to during this pandemic as the show’s season six is now available for streaming on Netflix.
The popular show got cancelled by the network FOX after five seasons.
Fans’ response to the cancellation was sheer outrage on Twitter. Just a day later, NBC came to the rescue as they picked up the show for a sixth season.
The season drops at an appropriate time as most of the world is practising social distancing by staying at home.
The cop-sitcom revolves around New York’s 99th precinct and the misadventures that go on in their lives and work on a daily basis.
Netflix UK took to Twitter to make the announcement along with the release of the new seasons of two other shows: Ozark and Black Lightning.
UK fans can also enjoy the series on TV on the popular channel E4 where the seventh season has already begun (March 26, 2020) with regular episodes. This is expected to arrive on Netflix next year.
The Emmy-award winning show is currently in the middle of making its eighth season.
If you have never watched the show before, here is one of their most popular cold openings:
Brooklyn Nine-Nine stars Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Andre Braugher, Joe Lo Truglio, Chelsea Peretti, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker amongst others.
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