Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 has finally been released on Netflix here in the UK, and it’s only taken over a year for it to end up on the streaming platform.
This news has been revealed by Netflix’s UK Twitter account, who announced that Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 would be landing on the streaming platform this weekend.
It’s bee a long wait to get Season 6 on the streaming service.
For some reason, we’ve had a long wait to get the incredibly funny police-based comedy on Netflix.
One of the main reasons for this wait would be down to the fact that NBC struck a deal with E4 in the UK.
That meant that the show aired on E4 in the UK first and then went to Channel 4’s video-on-demand platform.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 has been released on Netflix in the UK
New this weekend…
Today: Black Lightning s3
Tomorrow: Ozark s3
Saturday: Brooklyn Nine Nine s6
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) March 26, 2020
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 was originally released in January 2019, with the first episode of season seven having aired in the UK on E4 on last Thursday (26 March).
Episodes one and two of season 7 are already available to watch on All 4.
This means that you can now watch all the previous episodes on Netflix, and then watch the new ones on E4.
Honestly, I can’t wait to rewatch all the previous episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Netflix.
Then, I’ll catch up on Season 7 on E4.
What do you make of this news?
Are you happy to hear that Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7 is finally on Netflix here in the UK?
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