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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Has Finished Filming Its Final Ever Season

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Has Finished Filming Its Final Ever Season

The cast and crew of Brooklyn Nine-Nine have wrapped filming on the final ever season of the critically acclaimed show.

The devastating news was confirmed by Daniel Beals, who uploaded a heart warming post to Instagram.

"Here we are," he said. "The absolute final shoot day for #Brooklyn99. It's been a wild ride. I'm thankful for the friends and opportunities I made along the way."

Other cast members have also posted bittersweet farewells to the show that helped them become household names.

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Credit: NBC
Credit: NBC

Melissa Fumero wrote: "8 years ago, @beezus218 walked me, @stephaniebeatriz & @chelsanity to get our pictures taken for our lot badges.

"Something about that moment made everything really real- we actually made that pilot, it actually got picked up, we actually were about to shoot a whole season of this incredible show on this lot with this amazing cast that I was loving more and more each day.

"Filled with so much excitement and nerves, Chelsea said something that made me laugh right as the photographer clicked the camera... and that moment was predicative of what the next 8 years would be like.

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"Each day was full of laughter, of excitement, of nerves, of confidence, of elated exhaustion, and of beautiful friendship & collaboration."

Stephanie Beatriz posted a video to TikTok that is a massive vibe and it's just shots of the crew having fun together with melancholy music.

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NBC has revealed on Instagram that we can expect to see the last episodes of the hilarious series on August 12.

The network explained how they were excited to deliver this finale once the Tokyo Olympics is over earlier in the month.

Susan Rovner, from NBCUniversal Television, said: "It will launch in August, coming out of the Summer Olympics, which is a coveted slot. We can think of nothing more deserving than giving it to the final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

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"This is a beloved show and we wanted to give it a slot where it had access to the biggest possible audience."

After eight years, it's about to all be over.

Featured Image Credit: NBC

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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