Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8: Release Date, Cast, Trailer and Much More

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back for its eighth season on NBC, and it’s not just going to be a sixth of the fun. In this blog post, we’ll go over what you need to know about the new season release date, cast members coming back, trailer release date, and much more!

The release date of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8:

The eighth and final season of the American sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine is set to premiere on August 12, 2021.

The cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8:

  • Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta
  • Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz
  • Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords
  • Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago
  • Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle
  • Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock
  • Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully
  • Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt

The trailer of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8:

Along with the release date announcement, NBC unveiled the first look at Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 with a new trailer.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine delayed, to end after season 8 | EW.com
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The story of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8:

Discussions are ongoing between the cast and crew of NBC‘s Brooklyn Nine-Nine about how they should proceed with the show after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, anger at continuing police brutality, and global Black Lives Matter protests.

Samberg, who has played Detective Jake Peralta on the cop sitcom for seven seasons, admits that moving forward with Brooklyn Nine-Nine following the events of 2020 will be “a challenge.”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andre Braugher, who has played Capt. Raymond Holt on the beloved sitcom since 2013 echoed those statements, telling Variety, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine has to commit itself, as a comedy, to telling the story of how these things happen, and what’s possible to deal with them.

Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 worth watching?

Yes! Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season Eight premieres on August 12th and is worth watching, as always. The show remains humorous while tackling serious issues like police brutality and racial injustice in a way that feels realistic.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season Eight can’t come soon enough for fans of the show who were saddened by its cancellation back in May 2018.

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