Today we’ll be talking about Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8. The legendary detective series ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ has managed to woo its audience for seven seasons so far. The series, with its comic element, showcased some of the most eclectic cops. It made immediate headlines and became viral when the updates for the next episode came out. In terms of the wide-ranging movements like the ‘Black lives Matter,’ it was carefully crafted all over again for the upcoming season. After season 7, there was confirmed the news for Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 coming during the time of fall.
As we all know, there is not a single section of the society to which the pandemic has not been affected, this too came into the clutches of the same. Due to the same reason, we will not see any of it this year. Henceforth, it has been postponed until next year that is 2021.
What can we expect in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8?
This show took its birth on Fox and later on was canceled by the same. However, it was later on acknowledged by NBC streaming service. The show has a huge fan base mainly because of its well-chosen cast. In fact, the characters and their catchy lines are seen to become immediate favorites of the people on the socials. In addition to that, the show seems to be dealing with a lot of incidents taking place in the surrounding. After the killing of George Floyd, the police have been under a deep inspection. So, launching a new season that has a bunch of black cops along with the eccentric acting by the cast members is not well appreciated.
No matter how safe and sound the Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 might appear, the creators do not want to bear any backlash towards their show due to it. This did not mean they were not going to administer the problem in their minuscule ways. During the heat of the moment, the co-creator of the show Dan Goor seemed to be highly influenced by it. They reached a spot wherein they were ready to let go of the scripts for the four episodes and start all over again. This time they wanted to feature open criticism towards all the cops in the style of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The renowned character of Captain Raymond Holt (played by Andre Braugher) was of the opinion that the current enlightenment has made an impact on him and now he will have to work even harder in order to provide justice to his character. He added that all the contemporary shows displaying cops breaking the law for solving the purpose of a greater good needs to be broken down because it is totally not okay. Even though we are disappointed as will not be seeing the show anytime soon, we can eagerly wait how the current happenings are displayed in it in a smart and funny manner. What are your opinions about the same?