Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Logo.png
Genre
Created by
Starring
Theme music composerDan Marocco
featuring
  • Jacques Slade
  • Lamar Van Sciver
  • Frank Greenfield
ComposerDan Marocco
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes153 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time21–23 minutes
Production companies
DistributorNBCUniversal Television Distribution
Release
Original network
  • Fox (seasons 1–5)
  • NBC (seasons 6–8)
Original releaseSeptember 17, 2013 (2013-09-17) –
September 16, 2021 (2021-09-16)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American police procedural comedy television series that aired on Fox, and later on NBC. The show aired from September 17, 2013, to September 16, 2021, for a total of eight seasons and 153 episodes. Created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur, it revolves around Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), a New York City Police Department (NYPD) detective in Brooklyn's 99th Precinct, who often comes into conflict with his commanding officer, the serious and stern Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher). The rest of the cast features Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz, Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords, Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago, Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle, Chelsea Peretti as Gina Linetti, Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock, and Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully.

Produced as a single-camera comedy, Fox originally ordered 13 episodes for its first season, eventually expanding it to 22 episodes. Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 17, 2013. On May 10, 2018, Fox cancelled the series after five seasons; the next day, NBC picked it up for a sixth season which premiered on January 10, 2019. The seventh season premiered in February 2020. The 10-episode eighth and final season premiered on August 12, 2021.[1][2]

The series has been acclaimed by critics. The first season won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, and on the same night, Samberg won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy. Braugher has been nominated four times for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and has twice won the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. The series has also received particular praise for its portrayal of serious issues, while retaining a sense of humor. For its portrayal of LGBTQ+ people, the series won the 2018 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Premise[edit]

Set in the fictional 99th Precinct of the New York City Police Department in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows a team of detectives headed by the serious and intellectual Captain Raymond Holt, who is assigned as their new commanding officer in the pilot episode.

Cast and characters[edit]

  • Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta: Jake is a skilled detective, but often acts immaturely. His favorite movie is Die Hard, which he references frequently and even attempts to relive. Jake is unrelenting in his confidence, even in the face of failure, and refuses to take things seriously most of the time.
  • Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz: Rosa is a tough, intimidating detective; most of the 99th precinct is afraid of her. She takes pride in being very private and her colleagues know almost nothing about her, including what she likes or where she lives. She used to do ballet and gymnastics as a child and is skilled with various weapons. At the police academy, she was classmates with Jake and the two became friends. She comes out as bisexual in season 5.
  • Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords: Terry is a family man with a wife, Sharon, and twin daughters, Cagney and Lacey, having a third daughter in season 3 named Ava. He works out frequently and is very strong, but used to be extremely overweight and still has some issues with food. For the first five seasons, he is a sergeant, being addressed as "Sarge" frequently. In season 6, he becomes a lieutenant.
  • Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago: Amy is a neurotic, competitive detective who desperately seeks Captain Holt's approval. She obsesses over mistakes and is eager to prove herself. She and Jake begin to date in season 3, marry in season 5, and have a son named Mac at the end of season 7.
  • Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle: Charles is Jake's best friend who is obsessed with strange and unusual food. He most often partners with Jake and tends to over-share personal and intimate information with him. Early in season 1, he has an intense crush on Rosa and often tries to ask her out but fails. After a brief engagement to food author Vivian Ludley, he later begins a relationship with an artist named Genevieve and the two adopt a son named Nikolaj at the start of season 4.
  • Chelsea Peretti as Gina Linetti (main seasons 1–6; special guest season 8):[a] Gina is Captain Holt's assistant and Jake's childhood friend. She acts cool and disinterested in the people around her, instead focusing almost entirely on her phone and social media. Gina is over-confident to the point of arrogance and holds an unproven amount of respect with her peers. She loves dancing and making fun of Amy. She also has a short-lived sexual relationship with Charles, which she is incredibly ashamed of, though she later goes public with the relationship, without consulting Charles. In season 5, she has a child named Iggy. Gina departs temporarily in the start of season 5 due to Peretti's real-life pregnancy, and for good in season 6 to build an online brand.
  • Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt: Captain Holt is the captain of the 99th precinct who takes pride in being the NYPD's first black gay police captain. He is known for his stoic and deadpan demeanor and he frequently criticizes Jake's immature behavior, though he eventually develops a strong, familial relationship with all his detectives, who in turn hold him in high esteem. Both Amy and Jake view him as a father figure. He is married to Kevin Cozner, a professor of classics at Columbia University, and has a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Cheddar. He is also rivals with Madeline Wuntch.
  • Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock (recurring season 1, starring seasons 2–5, main season 6–8): Hitchcock is best friends and partners with Scully and primarily focuses on paperwork to avoid active police work. Lazy and accident-prone, Hitchcock is often disregarded by the rest of the precinct. However, he and Scully are actually quite skilled when they put their minds to it. In season 4, it is revealed that Hitchcock holds the record for the most arrests within the precinct, owing to the high crime rates in the 80s, when he was initially made detective. Hitchcock is known to be vulgar and creepy, especially towards women, and lives in a van.
  • Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully (recurring season 1, starring seasons 2–5, main season 6–8): Scully is Hitchcock's partner who is also accident-prone, lazy, and non-proficient. He tries his best to avoid any actual police work and instead focuses on paperwork. He and Hitchcock love to eat junk food and Scully apparently has several different types of diabetes. In season 5, Scully starts a relationship with Cindy Shatz, a fellow member of the NYPD.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Writers and producers Michael Schur and Dan Goor, who had known each other since they were students at Harvard University, and had collaborated on the sitcom Parks and Recreation, conceived the idea to set a comedy in a police station, a setting they felt had been insufficiently used in television comedies since Barney Miller. They pitched the idea to production company Universal Television, where Schur had a development deal. Although Universal signed on to produce the series, its parent company's network, NBC, passed on airing it, so the duo sold it to the Fox Broadcasting Company.[4]

Fox placed a 13-episode order for the single-camera ensemble comedy in May 2013.[5] The series was picked up for a full season of 22 episodes in October 2013, and was later chosen to air with the sitcom New Girl in a "special one-hour comedy event" as the Super Bowl XLVIII lead-out programs.[6] It is filmed at CBS Studio Center in Studio City, Los Angeles.[7] The exterior view of the fictional 99th Precinct building is the actual 78th Precinct building in Brooklyn.[8]

Cancellation and renewals[edit]

The NYPD 78th precinct building in Brooklyn: An exterior image is used as an establishing shot throughout the show.

Fox canceled the series after five seasons in May 2018.[9] Negotiations to revive the series for a sixth season began shortly afterwards with TBS and NBC, as well as streaming services Hulu and Netflix.[10] After fans launched a social-media campaign calling for a renewal, Goor announced that NBC had picked up the series for a sixth season comprising 13 episodes 30 hours following the cancellation.[11][12] In a statement, NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt expressed regret for originally passing on the series to Fox and was "thrilled" at its addition to the network.[13] NBC subsequently announced that the series would premiere midseason in the 2018–19 television season.[14] In September, the network ordered an additional five episodes for season six, bringing the order to 18.[15] The sixth season premiered on NBC on January 10, 2019.[16] Peretti, who portrays civilian administrator Gina Linetti, departed as a series regular during the season, but returned for a guest appearance.[3]

In February 2019, NBC renewed the series for a seventh season,[17] followed by an eighth season renewal in November prior to the airing of the seventh.[18] The seventh season premiered on February 6, 2020, and concluded on April 23.[19][20]

In February 2021, NBC announced that the eighth season of 10 episodes would be the last,[21] and further announced that the eighth-season premiere would be delayed until August 12, 2021.[22][23][2] Two episodes aired back-to-back each week for five weeks and the series concluded on September 16, 2021.[24]

Writing[edit]

In June 2020, Crews said that the planned direction of the eighth season was being altered in response to the murder of George Floyd, with Goor cancelling four "ready to go" episodes as a result.[25][26] Samberg also stated that the series would be "striking a balance" between addressing police brutality and maintaining its comedic style.[27] It also incorporated the COVID-19 pandemic during the season.[20] Although initially announced as part of NBC's fall schedule, the eighth-season premiere was pushed back to 2021 due to the pandemic.[28]

Goor called ending the series "a difficult decision, but ultimately, we felt it was the best way to honor the characters, the story, and our viewers",[29] with the cast also expressing sentiments for having been a part of the series.[30]

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedRankTotal viewers
(in millions inc. DVR)
First airedLast airedNetwork
122September 17, 2013 (2013-09-17)March 25, 2014 (2014-03-25)Fox984.80[31]
223September 28, 2014 (2014-09-28)May 17, 2015 (2015-05-17)1134.87[32]
323September 27, 2015 (2015-09-27)April 19, 2016 (2016-04-19)1183.98[33]
422September 20, 2016 (2016-09-20)May 23, 2017 (2017-05-23)1372.87[34]
522September 26, 2017 (2017-09-26)May 20, 2018 (2018-05-20)1612.71[35]
618January 10, 2019 (2019-01-10)May 16, 2019 (2019-05-16)NBC1383.11[36]
713February 6, 2020 (2020-02-06)April 23, 2020 (2020-04-23)1052.69[37]
810August 12, 2021 (2021-08-12)September 16, 2021 (2021-09-16)

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Critical response of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
SeasonRotten TomatoesMetacritic
189% (57 reviews)[38]70 (34 reviews)[39]
2100% (17 reviews)[40]
393% (14 reviews)[41]
4100% (13 reviews)[42]
5100% (14 reviews)[43]
6100% (27 reviews)[44]81 (9 reviews)[45]
789% (9 reviews)[46]
889% (28 reviews)[47]75 (6 reviews)[48]

Rotten Tomatoes gave season one a score of 89% based on 57 reviews. The consensus is: "Led by the surprisingly effective pairing of Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a charming, intelligently written take on the cop show format."[38] For Season 2, it received a score of 100% based on 17 reviews. That season's consensus is: "Brooklyn Nine-Nine's winning cast, appealing characters and wacky gags make it good comfort food."[40] Metacritic gives the first season of the show a weighted average rating of 70/100 based on 33 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[39]

Alyssa Rosenberg of The Washington Post deemed Brooklyn Nine-Nine "one of the funniest, most important shows on TV" and highlighted its "ability to find unpredictable routes into a wide range of issues in contemporary policing."[49] Writing for Vanity Fair, Grace Robertson regarded the series as "a well-made exemplar of [...] the workplace sitcom" that confers "straightforward pleasures".[50] Slate's Aisha Harris called the series "a well-crafted fantasy, with hardly any discernible connection to current cultural attitudes about law enforcement" but complimented its "talented" ensemble cast.[51] It was ranked No. 24 in Rolling Stone's 50 Best TV Shows of the 2010s list, in which its curator, Alan Sepinwall, praised "the comedic yin and yang" of Samberg and Braugher's characters.[52]

Brooklyn Nine-Nine has received praise for its forthright portrayal of LGBTQ people and the serious issues that affect them while retaining its sense of humor.[53] Portraying Captain Raymond Holt, a lead character, as an openly gay, no-nonsense black man in a same-sex interracial marriage is unprecedented in cinema and television.[54][55] The coming out as bisexual by detective Rosa Diaz in episode "99", the 99th episode of the series, has been described as an important representation of sexual orientation.[56]

Ratings[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Season Timeslot (ET) Network Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Tuesday 8:30 pm (1–14)
Sunday 11:00 pm (15)
Tuesday 9:30 pm (16–22)
Fox 22 September 17, 2013 (2013-09-17) 6.17[57] March 25, 2014 (2014-03-25) 2.59[58] 2013–14 98[59] 4.80[31]
2 Sunday 8:30 pm 23 September 28, 2014 (2014-09-28) 5.46[60] May 17, 2015 (2015-05-17) 2.35[61] 2014–15 113[62] 4.87[62]
3 Sunday 8:30 pm (1–10)
Tuesday 9:00 pm (11–23)
23 September 27, 2015 (2015-09-27) 3.14[63] April 19, 2016 (2016-04-19) 2.02[64] 2015–16 118[65] 3.98[65]
4 Tuesday 8:00 pm (1–10, 13–22)
Sunday 8:30 pm (11 & 12)
22 September 20, 2016 (2016-09-20) 2.39[66] May 23, 2017 (2017-05-23) 1.50[67] 2016–17 137[68] 2.87[68]
5 Tuesday 9:30 pm (1–11)
Sunday 8:30 pm (12–22)
22 September 26, 2017 (2017-09-26) 2.00[69] May 20, 2018 (2018-05-20) 1.79[70] 2017–18 161[71] 2.71[71]
6 Thursday 9:00 pm NBC 18 January 10, 2019 (2019-01-10) 3.54[72] May 16, 2019 (2019-05-16) 1.55[73] 2018–19 138[74] 3.11[74]
7 Thursday 8:30 pm 13 February 6, 2020 (2020-02-06) 2.66[75] April 23, 2020 (2020-04-23) 2.24[76] 2019–20 105[37] 2.69[37]
8 Thursday 8:00 pm (1, 3, 5, 7, 9)
Thursday 8:30 pm (2, 4, 6, 8, 10)
10 August 12, 2021 (2021-08-12) 1.84[77] September 16, 2021 (2021-09-16) 1.88[78] 2020–21 N/A N/A

Awards and nominations[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is broadcast in Canada on Citytv. After the second episode of the second season, it was replaced on Sunday nights by Rogers Hometown Hockey for the duration of the 2014–15 NHL regular season; after the NHL season concluded City resumed airing Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and has continued to broadcast the show simultaneously with the American broadcast since the third season (Hometown Hockey was moved to Sportsnet in 2015). The series also airs on TBS and sister channel TruTV from 2018 to 2021.[79] On February 7, 2022, Comedy Central was announced to become the new syndication home starting on February 20.[80] In the United Kingdom, the show premiered on E4 in January 2014.[81] The second season debuted on January 15, 2015,[82] the third began on January 7, 2016, and the fourth on January 5, 2017. The fifth season aired on March 8, 2018, the sixth on March 28, 2019, and the seventh on March 26, 2020. The series airs on RTÉ2 in Ireland. In New Zealand, Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on TV2 on February 13, 2014.

In South Asia, Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs on Comedy Central India. In South Africa, the series premiered on SABC3, in the 19:00 timeslot, airing Mondays to Fridays, where repeats aired on Sunday In Australia, it premiered on SBS on July 28, 2014, and airs repeats on Universal Channel from January 7, 2015.[83] It moved to SBS 2 in 2015[84] commencing with the second season, which premiered on March 3, 2015.[85] It has now moved to SBS Viceland, currently airing on Fridays at 8:30pm. In December 2014, Netflix UK added the first season to its listings, with Netflix Australia following suit in March 2015. Since 2016, Netflix UK, Australia, Germany, Austria, Latin America, and Switzerland have carried seasons 1 to 6 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The seventh season was added to Netflix UK on March 26, 2021.[86] In South East Asia and Sri Lanka, Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs right after the U.S. on Diva.[87]

French Canadian adaptation[edit]

A French Canadian adaptation of the series, titled Escouade 99 (translates to "Squad Ninety-Nine"), debuted on the Québec streaming platform Club Illico in 2020. Set in Quebec City, Escouade 99 has a budget of 4 million for the first season of the series,[88] which is approximately the same budget as a single episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.[citation needed] Following the release of the first trailer, Fumero criticized the casting, specifically that of white actresses in the roles based on Amy Santiago and Rosa Diaz.[89] Escouade 99 is also already casting a second season.

Home media[edit]

Complete season DVD release date Special features
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
Season 1 September 23, 2014 September 29, 2014 December 11, 2014 Deleted Scenes
Season 2 September 8, 2015 September 28, 2015 September 3, 2015
Season 3 August 23, 2016 August 22, 2016 September 29, 2016 Deleted Scenes, Get Your Cop On, The Squad
Season 4 August 22, 2017 September 4, 2017 September 20, 2017 Deleted Scenes
Season 5 August 28, 2018 November 19, 2018 September 19, 2018
Season 6 August 20, 2019 August 26, 2019 August 28, 2019
Season 7 June 30, 2020 August 3, 2020 July 15, 2020
Season 8 March 8, 2022 February 21, 2022
The Complete Series Deleted Scenes
Blu-Ray release date
The Complete Series 1-8 Region A Region B Region C
March 8, 2022

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Peretti left the main cast in "Four Movements", the fourth episode of season six. She returned as a special guest star in "Return of the King", the 15th episode of the season.[3]

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Preceded by
Elementary
2013
Super Bowl lead-out program (with New Girl)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
2014
Succeeded by
The Blacklist
2015