“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is rebooting Season 8.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American police action-comedy television series created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur. Initially, it was released on September 17, 2013.
The series revolves around an immature but brilliant NYPD detective in Brooklyn’s fictional 99th limits, who often comes into disputes with his new commanding officer, the serious and stern captain.
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Cast Of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8
- Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta
- Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz
- Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords
- Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago
- Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle
- Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt
Brooklyn Nine-Nine script scrapped: Season 8
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Terry Crews has stated that the NBC sitcom’s showrunner Dan Goor scrapped all four episodes he had written for the cop comedy’s upcoming Season 8 after having lots of discussion about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Firstly, at present, we don’t know which direction it’s going to go in.
Secondly, Terry Crews revealed that the show’s self-reflection has already brought about some significant changes to the upcoming season.
“We have a lot of somber talks about it and deep conversations, and we hope through this, we are going to make something that will be truly radical in that year. We have an opportunity, and we plan to use it in the best way possible,” Terry said.
Moreover, the cast has been chatting about how to convey the issues of integral racism and police brutality in the upcoming season.Brooklyn Nine-Nine
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Crews said he sees the Black Lives Matter movement as a chance for the world to come together for permanent change.
‘This is an opportunity right now for us to unite and get together and understand what this is.’
It’s a thing that every black man has been through. And it’s hard to try to get other people to understand. I have to say, straight away, what is going on at present is “Black America’s Me Too movement.” We always knew this was taking place, but now white people are understanding,’ he continued.
In early June, Goor and the stars of Brooklyn Nine-Nine announced that they donated $100,000 to the National Bail Fund Network in solidarity with protestors.
The donation followed cries on social media for actors who have played cops to contribute to organizations supporting protestors. Their performances have helped shape public opinion.
In conclusion, he said, “With that George Floyd video that came out, it opened up the world. Because now you have experienced it, and you have to go through the same trauma that Black America has been going through.”