Brooklyn Nine-Nine Video Gives BTS Look At Season 8 | Screen Rant
The first look trailer to the eighth and final season of has been released. The police sitcom was created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur and debuted in 2013. While the show initially aired on Fox, it was later canceled and then saved by NBC starting with the sixth season. The story is set around , who is a New York City Police Department detective who gets into various antics with his colleagues. He's often running into trouble with his commanding officer, Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher).
Though NBC picked the show up in 2018, the show is now coming to an end with its upcoming eighth season. This next installment is set to have a total of 10 episodes, and the final season will premiere on August 12. By the end of the season, that will mark 153 episodes for the entire series. This conclusion seeks to bring the series to a close with its final goodbye to the ensemble cast.
The YouTube channel posted the first look at the eighth and final season of the show. Some of the main cast members are interviewed about their take on the show's run coming to an end. , tears, and shenanigans. They discuss what Brooklyn Nine-Nine means to them with Melissa Fumero saying that the show changed her life. The cast all mentioned the bonds that they have developed on the show and how much they enjoyed working on it. See below for the full clip:
This of finished scenes, but it does give fans of the show a peek at what they can expect from the final season. Additionally, it offers some insight from the cast into the show, their characters, and what it all means to them. Some of the discussions even get a bit sentimental, as they prepare to say goodbye to the show that has been running since 2013.
While it's coming to a close, hopefully the final season will conclude the series on a good note. It's disappointing when shows end without providing any sense of closure, although that's relatively unlikely given the status of the show and that the cancellation of the show wasn't as sudden as it has been with some other series. Although it's likely very bittersweet for much of the cast, it will free up their schedules and allow them to pursue other projects. , and the rest of the episodes can be watched on the Peacock streaming service.