In the season 7 finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, we saw Baby Peralta aka McClane Peralta (Mac) being introduced to the rest of the colleagues. Didn’t we instantly fell for the junior Peralta? Well, of course. But the elephant in the room is ‘What does the 8th season behold for us?’
Will there be a season 8 of Brooklyn 99?
We recently discovered that the writers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine ‘remotely’ started to work on their ideologies and words for the newest season.
The co-creator and executive producer of the show, Dan Goor says that the writers of the show are brainstorming ideas for the upcoming season. A crucial decision they’re struggling with is how to display this life-threatening situation called Coronavirus or in fact, to even project it at all?
But however, Goor believes not projecting the lives of the Nine-Nine officers would be ignorant of the cause. Let’s leave the work to our creators since they never fail to either surprise or entertain us.
Although, we’re promised to witness the juggling and balancing of Jake and Amy’s personal, professional, and parental life. The writers have assured us to bring their struggles and conflicts of parenting to life in a comic way.
For example, how Jake is going to try to become the father he never had, or how Amy is going to be Miss. Perfectionist for her son and make strict schedules since she loves organizing.
Now that’s what our audience love, to imagine.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Cast: Is Anyone Leaving?
To your relief, no! All the cast is intact and where they are supposed to be. Nobody is leaving.
In fact, the makers are bringing the one and only Gina Linetti back for the season since she was dearly missed by the fans in season 7. Chelsea Peretti will also return.
- Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock
- Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz,
- Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago
- Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt,
- Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords
- Joel McKinnon as Norm Scully.
- Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta
- Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle
One of the characters incorporating the coronavirus?
If the creators decide to cultivate the idea of the coronavirus, it will be a better portrayal for a character to incorporate the disease rather than just talking about it over the phone (which is very unlikely in the Brooklyn Nine-Nine).
Now, this will give a personal touch to the show since the episodes will follow on how the character actually transmits the virus to himself and his or her journey along the way.
For instance, imagine Boyle is tested positive for Covid-19 because he was teaching a chef ‘How to make the perfect cheesy pasta’. Now, he can’t step out of his house and imagines his life to meet a dead end.
I believe we’re in for a surprise and we won’t be disappointed at all. Till then, we’re open to imagine all the possible theories and wait for the whole precinct to amuse us.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Trailer: When will it land?
There is no official trailer yet. And, don’t expect it to be dropped anytime soon. Until then, you can feed your appetite by binge-watching all the seasons on Netflix. It’s because we don’t have any other option right now.
Rest assured, the official trailer video will be updated here as it lands. So, you can bookmark this page for the latest updates.
When will Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 release (date)? Premiere
Other than the year of the release (2021), we do not hold any other piece of information. In addition, the lockdown will gradually impact the schedule for the shooting since the plot of the whole series takes place in New York which is the worst affected area in the world. So, it’s a difficult question to answer at the moment.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs on NBC in the US, and E4 and Netflix in the UK