Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6’s UK Release Date On Netflix Has Been Revealed

Brooklyn Nine Nine Season 7 Release Date Revealed Season 6 Netflix UK

This has been a long time coming, but Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6’s UK release date on Netflix has finally been revealed.

Netflix’s UK and Ireland Twitter account finally revealed the news we’ve been waiting so long for.

Fans across the UK have been puzzled by the fact that we can’t watch the latest season of the popular police comedy show.

The rest of the world has been able to binge-watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine in preparation for Season 7’s release.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 is being released on NBC on February 6th, so there’s not long to wait for that.

However, those of us in the UK who missed the show being aired on Channel 4 or E4 here in the UK have still not been able to keep up to date with the series.

Believe it or not, there are people in the UK who still don’t know what happened to Jake, Amy, Captain Holt Boyle and the rest of the 99 crew.

There are people in the UK who don’t know that Captain Holt has been demoted to just a beat cop (spoilers, sorry).

When can we watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 in the UK?

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6's release date has been revealed

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6’s release date has been revealed – Credit: NBC

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Well, all of that is about to change come March 28th, 2020.

This is when Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 is being released on Netflix in the UK and Ireland.

That’s good news, but I think it’s a bit too little too late for us UK fans for the show.

Of course, this is not really Netflix’s fault.

They would have aired the show on their streaming platform in the UK if they could.

It was all down to contracts NBC had witch Channel 4 which gave the British broadcasters the rights to air the show first.

Netflix had to wait until March until they were allowed to put Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 on their streaming platform.

It’s not too dissimilar to what happened with Disney Plus here in the UK and other parts of Europe.

Disney Plus’ launch here in the UK and other European territories was delayed due to Disney’s existing contracts with Sky and Comcast.

They aren’t able to put the brunt of their content live in Europe and the UK until those contracts run out.

Thankfully, the contracts with Sky and Comcast are ending in March, which means we’re going to get Disney Plus in the UK on March 24th, 2020.

It seems like March is going to be a good month as far as streaming is concerned.

Both Disney Plus and Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 being made available in the UK.

What’s going to happen in Season 7?

Captain Ray Holt and Detective Peralta in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7

Captain Ray Holt and Detective Peralta in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 – Credit: NBC

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As for what’s going to happen in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7, it’s looking like Lieutenant Jeffords is going to be in charge of the 99.

This information was revealed in a new first look behind-the-scenes video.

In this video, the cast explains what’s going to happen to Raymond Holt in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7.

Just in case you don’t remember exactly what happened in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6, let me refresh your memories.

The season’s incredible finale saw a kind of quadruple cross at the very end of the episode.

This all resulted with Captain Holt being demoted.

Unfortunately, he wasn’t demoted to just one rank below of Captain, which would have made him a Lieutenant.

Captain Holt was demoted to being just a beat cop, which is the lowest of the low.

Season 7 will see the 99 having to get used to life with Holt as the Captain of the precinct.

What do you make of this? Are you looking forward to watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 on Netflix in the UK?

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