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Police Brutality will be addressed on ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 8

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

The American comedy television series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has completed its seven seasons and although it is known for giving the audience laughs, the show has also featured various social problems like racism and harassment in the episodes. The show will now feature the very relevant issue of police brutality in its eighth run.

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A very creatively written comedy detective series does not fail to take up the important issues that cannot be ignored and have to be issued. The show is also known to have a diverse cast from different colors and races. It also has a gay character which makes the show even more diverse.

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RELEASE DATE

The original premiere of the show was seven years ago in 2013 on seventeen September.

The fans of the detective comedy show will have to wait for the release of the eighth run. The season has been delayed to next year. The main reason of the delay is the pandemic situation which has disrupted the schedules of release.

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Earlier the season was about to air in the autumn. But due to reasons, it will release in 2021. Since the George Floyd case led to a lot of protests, the show is deciding to feature police brutality in the season.

PLOT

The forty five year old TV producer and American comedy writer Dan Goor and the forty four year old American TV producer and writer Michael Schur have created this show.

The plot follows some immature but talented and hardworking detective specially Jake Peralta who is played by everyone’s favorite Andy Samberg. During the course of seasons he marries Amy and the new season will show their baby too.

The show has a total of thirteen producers and has successfully completed one hundred forty seven episodes. Each episode has a duration of twenty one to twenty three minutes.

 

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