'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Won't Be Back Until at Least 2021
Published Aug 27, 2020If you've been itching for Brooklyn Nine-Nine to return, get ready for some bad news. Today NBC announced that the show won't be back until 2021 at the earliest.
Initially, NBC had pegged the series to return this fall. But the network revealed its upcoming schedule today, confirming Brooklyn Nine-Nine will now premiere after January 1. When exactly? We're not really sure.
The delay of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is understandable. As previously reported, showrunner Dan Goor was already four episodes into writing the upcoming eighth season when, in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, he scrapped everything to start again. Plus, there's that whole pandemic thing going on.
Like it or not, it appears if you want any new Brooklyn Nine-Nine, you'll have to settle for the whitewashed Quebec remake.
Down below, you can see NBC's newly released fall schedule.
Transplant (Tuesday, 9/1, 10-11 PM)
American Ninja Warrior (Monday, 9/7, 8-10 PM)
NBC Sunday Night Football (Thursday, 9/10 and Sunday, 9/13, 5:20 PM)
Weakest Link (Monday, 9/28, 10-11 PM)
Dateline NBC (Friday, 9/25, 10-11 PM)
Connecting … (Thursday, 10/1, 8:30-9 PM)
Ellen's Game of Games (Tuesday, 10/6, 8-10 PM, then shifting to 9-10 p.m. on 10/13)
The Voice (Monday, 10/19, 8-10 PM, Tuesday, 10/20, 8-10 PM then switches to 8-9 PM on 10/27)
Superstore (Thursday, 10/22, 8-8:30 PM)
This Is Us (Tuesday, 11/10, 9-11 PM; returns to 9-10 PM on 11/17)
Chicago Med (Wednesday, 11/11, 8-9 PM)
Chicago Fire (Wednesday, 11/11, 9-10 PM)
Chicago P.D. (Wednesday, 11/11, 10-11 PM)
Law & Order: SVU (Thursday, 11/12, 9-10 PM)
The Blacklist (Friday, 11/13, 8-9 PM)