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Brooklyn Nine-Nine's New Episodes Scrapped Amid Police Brutality Protests

Police officer comedy show Brooklyn Nine-Nine had four brand new season episodes already written but those episodes have been totally scrapped after the protests against police brutality in order to examine law enforcement’s role in society.

One of the show’s stars Terry Crews spoke about the episodes.

“Our showrunner Dan Goor, they had like four episodes all ready to go — they just threw them in the trash,” Terry told Access. “They’re like, ‘We’ve got to start over.”

“Right now, we don’t know which direction we’re going to go in, but we do know that we’ve had a lot of somber talks, we’ve had a lot of very, very deep conversations, and through this we hope to bring something that could really, really truly be groundbreaking this year,” Terry added. “We have an opportunity here and we plan to use it in the best, best way possible.”

Another TV show is going to be addressing police brutality in 2020 as well.

Chelsea Peretti Will Not Be in 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 7

Chelsea Peretti exited her role as a series regular on Brooklyn Nine-Nine after season five, but she still made a handful of appearances in the sixth season of the hit comedy series.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine moved from Fox to NBC in season six and the new network has already renewed the series through season eight.

The new season just premiered and one of the show’s stars, Terry Crews, opened up about whether or not we’ll see Chelsea this year.

“As far as I understand, I think she’s always in the family. She came back a couple times last season, which was awesome. I didn’t see her this season, but with season eight, there’s always something,” he told People. “You gotta understand one thing about Brooklyn Nine-Nine. We are a family. And it’s almost like one of our family members went off to college. It’s no beef, it’s all good. These are my brothers and my sisters in every way. Chelsea is one of the most talented women on television. No doubt.”

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Will Get Official Podcast Ahead of Season 7 Premiere

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is getting an official podcast!

The NBC show will launch a six-part series that will explore the on- and off-screen history of the series and will be available Monday, February 3, IndieWire reports.

Each of the Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Podcast episodes will be dedicated to a previous season of the show, and feature interviews with co-creator Dan Goor and many of the main cast members.

The first episode will center on the casting process and reveal just who passed on roles on the show.

The new season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premieres Thursday, February 6 on NBC.

NBC Renews 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' for Season 8!

Rejoice, Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans!

The long-running series will return for an eighth season on NBC, Variety confirmed on Thursday (November 14).

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Season 7 of the comedy series isn’t even premiering until February 6, 2020, but the network already ordered another season of the show!

The show was canceled by FOX in 2018, and brought over to NBC for Season 6, and found itself up 15% in total viewership versus the prior season. According to NBC, the show grew to a 3.1 rating in 18-49 and 6.4 million viewers overall.

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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Is Being Renewed by NBC for Season 7!

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming back for more!

The popular series, which started off at FOX before being picked up at NBC, will return for a second season at their new home and seventh overall, the network confirmed on Wednesday (February 27).

“It’s been one of our great joys as a network to give Brooklyn Nine-Nine a second life,” NBC execs Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta said in a statement.

The cast found out about the renewal during a table read for an upcoming episode on the same day.

“It’s official, squad! Lemme hear you yell SEVEN-SEVEN! #Brooklyn99,” the show announced on their social media. Watch the fun announcement below!

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Gets Highest Ratings in 2 Years After Moving to NBC, Super Fan Lin-Manuel Miranda Reacts!

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is winning!

The series, which was originally canceled by FOX after five seasons before being picked up by NBC for Season 6, delivered its highest ratings in two years with the first episode of the new season, according to EW.

The premiere had a viewership of 3.6 million viewers, up 71% from its fifth season premiere in 2017.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, a well-documented fan of the series who campaigned for the show’s renewal among other stars, celebrated the news with a funny tweet on Friday (January 11).

“EXCUSE ME WHILE I HIGH FIVE THE SUN,” he tweeted. See his post below!

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Actress Stephanie Beatriz Marries Brad Hoss!

Stephanie Beatriz is a married woman!

The 37-year-old Brooklyn Nine-Nine actress married longtime love Brad Hoss on Saturday afternoon (October 6) in Los Angeles.

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Stephanie and Brad tied the knot in front of almost 300 guests – including friends, family, and her co-stars – in a wedding they planned themselves.

“My friends are all calling me ‘bridechilla,’” Stephanie joked to People before the nuptials. “They’re like, ‘Why aren’t you stressed out?’ and I’m like, ‘Cause I’m marrying an awesome human.’”

Congrats to the happy couple!