Brooklyn Nine-Nine has taught a new poster on its much-awaited final outing.
The police sitcom took social media to share the official work, which Andy Samberg’s Jake Peralta was proud of before its eighth season premiere. “One last time,” it reads, as dramatically in front of the Brooklyn Bridge, are the eight key cast members.
Later on, the duplicate accounts were taken by Andre Braugher (playing Captain Raymond Holt), Stephanie Beatriz (Rosa Diaz) and Joe Lo Truglio (Charles Boyle) and Melissa Fumera (Amy Santiago), who all appear in the image.
Late this year, following the series’ Fox attack, NBC suggested that season 8 is focused on Jake and the squad, as they “test in a very tough year to reconcile their personal and professional lives.”
It turned out about the same time that the first four scripts were removed from the 10-episode installation. Samberg said the cast, writers and producers took time to think about properly centre the policemen in the comedy programme in the light of Floyd’s tragic death and the ensuing police violence rallies in July.
It appears worth noting that no characters wear their badges in the new image, and Holt, who is not often seen on screens in his uniform, holds the loved dog of his husband, Cheddar, in regular clothes.
That said, actor Dirk Blocker from Hitchcock holds a New York Party mug, so we know that some of it will still happen within the area, at least. On 12 August 2021, Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return to NBC.