Watch a Sneak Peek of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 6



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“Being cancelled and then being picked up on NBC was truly thrilling,” says Joe Lo Truglio, who plays Charles Boyle on the much-loved comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Indeed, it looked dire when Fox announced that it had cancelled Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons. The show’s fan base rightly took to the net with #SaveBrooklyn99 campaigns, and NBC swooped in.



Following that fun Die Hard teaser, which had Jake (Andy Samberg) finally getting his John McClane on, NBC has unveiled a bigger ‘Sneak Peek’ promo for the sixth season. We’ll be catching up with the gang of the 99 as Jake and Amy (Melissa Fumero) live the married life, find out whether or not Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) becomes commissioner, and see what other hilariously inept shenanigans Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller) and Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker) get up to, among many other things.

Not long, folks! Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6, which will have an extended season of 18 episodes, will be premiering on NBC on January 10. In Australia, SBS will be releasing the next season in early 2019 on SBS Viceland and SBS On Demand.

NBC’s synopsis for Brooklyn Nine-Nine:

The hilarious heroics of New York’s funniest police precinct continue for a new season, with a brand-new home: NBC. SNL alum Andy Samberg and Emmy winner Andre Braugher lead this diverse, critically acclaimed ensemble that solves crimes like only they can – with tons of humor and the heart to match. Winner of a Golden Globe Award for Best Comedy Series and from Executive Producers Michael Schur and Dan Goor, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has captured the hearts of millions, and NBC is proud to be a part of the story.

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