Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 is set for release in 2021


NBC has revealed that Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 has been pushed back to 2021, as the network announced its fall 2020 TV schedule. Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s official Twitter account shared the updated release window for the show’s Season 8 premiere in a tweet that also featured NBC’s 2020 TV lineup from September through November, which includes new seasons Law & Order: SVU and The Blacklist, as well as One Chicago.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine was originally scheduled to debut this fall, however, the finished episodes of the new season were officially dropped in June, as showrunner Dan Goor announced they had to “start over” after having deep conversations about Black Lives Matter. movement.Terry Crews, who plays Lt. Terry Jeffords on the series, explained that the writing team decided to go back to the scriptwriting stage in an effort to amplify the themes coming out of the movement, although he didn’t did not specify the plots of the episodes which will not be broadcast.

“We’ve had a lot of dark talk about it and deep conversations and we’re hoping that through this we will create something that will be truly revolutionary this year. We have an opportunity and we plan to use it in the best possible way. Said Crews. “At the moment, we don’t know which direction this will go. ”

Barring future casting changes, we expect the full regular cast to return for Season 8, which includes Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk. Blocker.

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Adele Ankers is a freelance entertainment journalist. You can reach her on Twitter.


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