Brooklyn 9-9 received’t return to screens till 2021 on the earliest, it’s been revealed.
The revelation comes as NBC revealed its autumn 2020 schedule, which doesn’t function the favored cop drama.
Again in June, NBC revealed that season 8 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine would hit screens later in 2020, however all completed episodes of the brand new season had been then scrapped following worldwide Black Lives Matter protests.
Talking of the choice again in June, solid member Terry Crews, who performs Terry Jeffords on the present, defined: “Our showrunner Dan Goor, that they had 4 episodes all able to go, they usually simply threw them within the trash. We’ve got to start out over. Proper now, we don’t know which path it’s going to go in.”
Crews added: We’ve had a number of somber talks about it and deep conversations. And we hope by this, we’re going to make one thing that will probably be actually groundbreaking this yr. We’ve got a possibility, and we plan to make use of it in one of the simplest ways potential.”
Earlier this month, a first trailer for Escouade 99, a new shot-for-shot French-Canadian remake of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, was shared, scary confusion and outrage amongst followers and solid members.
Melissa Fumero, who performs Amy Santiago on the present, responded to the fact that Santiago, a Latina woman, has now been rewritten as Fanny, a white girl performed by Mylène Mackay.
“I’m out of the blue curious in regards to the Latina inhabitants in Quebec. Simply sayin’,” the actress tweeted.