Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season Seven Trailer Has Dropped
It's FINALLY arrived - the trailer for season seven of Brooklyn Nine-Nine has dropped - and it looks like we're in for a treat.
The show has been given an '80s style makeover and, to be honest, we're really digging this old school vibe. It looks like it could be the best season in the series, but we'll have to wait a little longer until that is confirmed.
Melissa Fumero, who plays Amy Santiago in the hilarious sitcom, revealed yesterday that we'll get to finally see on the latest instalment on 6 February.
NBC has revealed that the upcoming series will be 13 episodes long.
According to Deadline, the network's executives revealed the number of episodes ordered for the next season - sure, they may have said that there are 13 episodes at this point but the same thing happened with season six.
Thirteen episodes were confirmed, but the season turned out to have an additional five. Funnily enough, we didn't see anyone moaning about that little bonus.
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It's been confirmed to return with an hour-long episode, no less, so there's not long to wait to see everyone's favourite police team back in action.
Yep, if you're in the USA, you'll be able to watch a bumper episode of B99 when it airs on NBC.
If you're stuck over here in the UK, the likelihood is that you'll have to see what Netflix says about when you'll get the chance to see the new series.
As if that wasn't enough excitement - the show has already been confirmed for an eighth season as well, so you can watch it safe in the knowledge that there is more to come.
And it wasn't just us that was made up to hear the news:
Good things come to those who w8. The #Brooklyn99 squad will be coming back for Season 8 on NBC! pic.twitter.com/bQsGYA4oG9
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine (@nbcbrooklyn99) November 14, 2019
You might remember that the show was cancelled back at the end of season five by Fox - so it's pretty good going that they managed to get another three out of it.
Hopefully, the continued buzz around the series will mean that there are many more to come.
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