Fans of the hilarious TV series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" are currently enjoying the first couple of episodes of its season 4. This workplace comedy chronicles the mundane adventures and comradeship, or the lack thereof, of a team of New York City police officers from Brooklyn's Precinct 99.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" debuted on the air back in the third quarter of 2013 and has been received by more than 6 million viewers. Thenceforth, the show has had its own cult of loyal followers with unwavering support. And, it seems like the fans are about to be rewarded with the news of the show's possible extension for another season.
TBS Reached an Agreement with NBC Universal for the Show's Syndication Rights
According to a report from Deadline, TBS and NBC Universal were able to struck a bargain over the syndication rights of the comedy series. But, the most notable part of the deal is the fact that TBS was able to secure the rights for the first five seasons of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
The deal says five seasons. And, currently the show is just in its fourth. This could imply that season 5 just have to materialize in order for both sides to be able to hold their end of the bargain up. So now, fans can expect more episodes beyond the currently running fourth season.
What Can the Fans Expect This Season
The loyal followers of the show were intrigued by the ending of the previous season when Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), along with Captain Holt (Andre Braugher), found themselves placed against their will under the federal witness protection program somewhere in Florida. Now, fans should watch out on where this story arc is heading.
Season 3 also boasts of a collection of well-loved guest stars. As for this season, fans will get to see Maya Rudolph, Ken Marino, Rhea Perlman and Jorma Taccone interact with our beloved crew.
Another exciting twist for season 4 is the announcement that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "New Girl" characters will get to do a cross-over set in New York City. The back-to-back installments of the shows will happen on Oct. 11 thru FOX.
The comedy, series is also known for making use of Portable Single Camera as a mode of production, was created by producers Dan Goor and Michael Schur. The FOX comedy was able to nab the Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical) in 2014.
Other than Samberg and Braugher, the cast also includes Stephanie Beatriz as Detective Rosa Diaz, Terry Crews as Sergeant Terry Jeffords, Melissa Fumero as Detective Amy Santiago, Joe Lo Truglio as Detective Charles Boyle, Chelsea Peretti as Administrator Gina Linetti, Dirk Blocker as Detective Michael Hitchcock, and Joel McKinnon Miller as Detective Norm Scully.