Brooklyn Nine-Nine first caught the attention of viewers rather quickly when it first aired nearly a decade ago, merging the concept of a police drama with the style of a classic American sitcom. The result has been a comical affair that has run on FOX for seven seasons and has been lauded by critics far and wide for putting a fresh spin on the aforementioned styles of television. All good things must come to an end however, and it has been confirmed that the eighth season of the series will also be its final. While this news is likely to disappoint diehard fans of the series, they still have one last season to look forward to, and now they have the first official trailer for the final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
First airing in 2013, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows an eccentric police unit working out of Brooklyn starring the likes of Andy Samberg and Terry Crews. Since then the series has racked up over 100 episodes and won several awards including the Golden Globe for Best Television Series in the comedy or musical category, with Samberg winning Best Actor in the same category. The hard work of the cast and crew of the police sitcom has certainly paid off, but now their journey is coming to an end with the final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine set to debut next month. The first official trailer for the final season can be seen above, and is aptly titled One Last Ride as it highlights Detective Jake Peralta and the NYPD’s 99th going to work together one last time. Eager fans can anticipate the debut of season eight of Brooklyn Nine-Nine on August 12th.
FOX has a history of producing successful sitcoms, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a prime example of that. The series has persevered despite being cancelled mid-way through its run, and will now get the opportunity to end on a high note. The new trailer illuminates that perfectly, emphasizing the lighthearted humor the show is notorious for tugging on the heartstrings of dedicated fans who will be sad to see the series go. Those fans can begin counting down the days until August 12th when the eighth and final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuts on NBC.