About Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American comedy series that premiered on September 17, 2013, on Fox. It is created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur, which tells the story of a team of detectives in the 99th precinct of the New York City Police Department in Brooklyn.
After Fox canceled the series during its’ fifth season, NBC picked it up for two more, the sixth premiering in January 2019 and the latest, (seventh) in February 2020. Due to the constraints created by the global pandemic, the production has come to a standstill. Thus, we can expect Season 8 to air somewhere mid-2021.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Cast.
The core cast which includes, Andy Samberg (Jake Peralta), Melissa Fumero ( Amy Santiago), Stephanie Beatriz ( Rosa Diaz), and Terry Crews (Terry Jeffords) remains the same with guest appearances made by Jason Mantzoukas (Adrian Pimento), Craig Robinson (Pontiac Bandit) and Chelsea Peretti (Gina Leonetti). Andre Braugher who plays the role of an eccentric homosexual person, Captain Raymond Holt took to twitter, saying that he would also be returning for the eighth installment of the show.
The Plot of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8.
The plot for season 8 is going to have a drastic shift in the role of the characters as our protagonist Jake Peralta will be seen dealing with fatherhood and try to keep Amy satisfied. Also, to add to that comedic premise we can expect characters like Boyle and Captain Holt jumping in with their unique notions.
The actors like Terry Jeffords and Chelsea Peretti have spoken out on the death of George Floyd and ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests, to propose the notion of ‘Defund the Police’. So, we can expect the series to touch upon such social aspects this season. However, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has since its’ conception been vocal about the status of the queer community and black people in the States.