Brooklyn Nine-Nine Series Review


Brooklyn Nine-Nine is comedy gold as expected going by the other shows created by Michael Shur. Premiering on September 17, 2013, and growing a huge fan base, it was canceled by Fox Network on May 10, 2018, after five seasons. NBC picked up the series for a sixth season, which premiered on January 10, 2019. The show is still going strong, with season eight set to premiere in 2021. Fox is kicking themselves now because not only is it humorous, but it also sheds light on modern-day social issues.

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The series follows the lead, Jake Peralta, a talented but immature NYPD detective. Detective Peralta is an exceptional detective with the best record in his department, which came as a bit of a shock seeing how unconventional, relaxed, and childish he can be. Like Peralta, his fellow detectives have a slew of bizarre idiosyncrasies and quirks that make you fall in love with the show.


The chemistry between the characters is exceptional, and it gives way to gut-busting laughter, especially the encounters between Detective Peralta and Captain Raymond Holt because Holt is the complete opposite of Peralta. You can completely see how the series won an Emmy and Golden Globe award.


Plot

The premise of the series follows the day to day activities of the detectives of the imaginary precinct of Brooklyn nine-nine. Jake Peralta, the golden boy, holds the record for the most arrests and solved crimes. With his care-free and immature demeanor, he does his job brilliantly as the finest detective in his precinct. When he gets a new Captain, Raymond Holt, Jake instantly clashes with Holt’s no-nonsense, to the letter style of command.

Along with Jake, the closest detective to taking his crown is Detective Amy Santiago, who is a determined and by the book detective who keeps him on his toes. Their back and forth banter bring both laughs and cringe-worthy momen