What We Know About Season 8 So Far

The American police procedural comedy television series Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the creation of Dan Goor and Michael Schur. This thriller series has a loyal fan base and is much loved by fans. The next chapter of the series is all set to occur for its lovers. After the previous season, Brooklyn Nine-Nine transferred to the streaming program. The new season of the show that is chapter 8 had been revived back in January. The latest NBC schedule confirmed the new installment of the comedy police series. Fans won’t have to wait for a very long time for the new season of the show.

Here are all the updates about the new season of the show.

When will Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Release?

The ongoing health crisis Covid-19 has delayed the production work of many films and TV shows. We hope that the release of the show will not be delayed. According to the NBC recent schedule for the year 2020-2021 which came out in June, the new installment will be aired in the U.S. this autumn.

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The thriller series will be aired on Thursday nights. However, for the audience of the UK it’s not clear yet when will it be aired. The previous season of the show aired on E4 on 26th March. It is expected that the new season will be broadcasted in October or in November.

Who Will Be In The Cast?

The main cast will include Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta, Andre Braugher as Captain Holt, Joe Lo Truglio as Boyle, and Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago. Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz), Terry (Terry Crews), Hitchcock and Scully (Dirck Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller) are also expected to be seen. The update about guest stars is not there.

What Will Be The Plot Of Season 8 Brooklyn Nine-Nine?

Many updates about the plot are not there yet but the creator Dan Goor was talking about including the Covid-19 pandemic in the plot. The killing of Gorge Floyd by the police can also make an impact on the 8th installment. According to actor Terry Crews, the team is thinking about how to go forward with the series in the light of Black Lives Matter.


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