- American series Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return to our television screens on February 2020
- The much-loved show will air its seventh season on February 6 on NBC.
- The B99 cast expressed their enthusiasm over social media following the announcement.
MANILA, Philippines—Good news for fans of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, our well-loved series is to return to screens in February next year, with an hour-long episode, no less. #Noice!
That means that you won’t have to wait that long to see everyone’s favorite police team back in action.
Stephanie Beatriz, aka Rosa Diaz in the show, revealed Friday the Die Hard-themed poster on Instagram, along with the return date of February 6.
She captioned the image “coolcoolcoolcoolcool”, a catchphrase in the show, which is also a fair summary of our feelings as well.
The bumper episode of B99 will first air in the United States on NBC.
After its cancellation by Fox, Brooklyn Nine-Nine moved to NBC for its sixth season, which saw the team going up against a corrupt police commissioner.
Though the bulk of the cast returned for season six, Chelsea Peretti announced that she would no longer be a regular cast member, but hinted at future guest appearances.
Andy Samberg aka Jake Peralta will continue to lead the cast, along with Melissa Fumero aka Amy Santiago, and Terry Crews aka Terry Jeffords.
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Celebrities Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mark Hamill, Sean Astin, Guillermo del Toro and Seth Meyers previously campaigned for the show’s comeback, with Miranda and Astin making their cameo afterwards.
If you – like the rest of us – are stuck over here in good ol’ Blighty, the likelihood is that you’ll have to see what Netflix says about when you’ll get the chance to see the new series.
However, these things usually align closer to the time, so hold out hope! —Express