It seems as though NBC has renewed Brooklyn Nine-Nine for Season 8, which is fantastic news!
We recently learnt that Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 will be premiering on NBC on February 6th, 2020, with an hour-long episode.
NBC revealed that the series will be 13 episodes long and it will air in the 8-9pm slot for its Season 7 premiere episode, before returning the following Thursday at 8.30pm.
Not much – nothing to be exact – is known about what’s going to happen in Season 7, but we do know that the likes of Melissa Fumero, who plays Amy Santiago, will be returning to the NBC show who teased her return via her Instagram account.
Back in July, the 37-year-old actor informed her 1.5 million followers that filming for Season 7 was finally underway and she shared a picture of the cast coming back to Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s set.
This picture also teased the return of her Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast members, Terry Crews, Andy Samberg, and Stephanie Beatriz who could all be seen in her black and white picture in which you can see them all suited up in their police bulletproof vests.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is getting a Season 8
Melissa accompanied the picture with a caption that read: “Season 7. #Brooklyn99 #Day1.”
It also seems as if we’re going to see a lot more from her character, Santiago, in Season 7 as the show’s producer, Dan Goor, revealed what fans could expect to see in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 during his appearance at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con (via Digital Spy), Dan revealed: “What we can tease is that we’re gonna pick up where we left off with Captain Holt.
“We’re gonna really try to pay off the cliffhanger that we had. We’re excited to explore more of the Jake-Amy dynamics.
“I think we’re gonna bring back a lot of our favourites, who I think are also fan favourites.
“We’re hoping to have a Pimento episode, we’re hoping to have a Pontiac Bandit episode obviously [and] hoping to have Marc Evan Jackson,” he finished.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 will return to NBC on February 7th, 2020, and you can stream seasons 1 to 5 on Netflix right now.
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