NBC will continue backing the good people at the Nine-Nine. The network announced a Season 8 order for the series, which was picked up in 2018 after being cancelled at FOX. The Golden Globe Award-winning comedy will continue for at least another year, and the seventh season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is schedule to begin on February 6th with a one-hour premiere. The show will then move to its regular time-period on February 13th.

The series has done well on NBC, last season the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” averaged 3.2M total viewers overall in “live plus same day” Nielsens, which was a total-viewer increase of +15% when compared to the prior season on FOX. After 35 days of linear and digital delayed viewing, the show last season grew to 6.4M viewers overall, with 59% of that 18-49 rating coming from nonlinear sources. That was also the largest digital percentage for an NBC series last season. If there’s one thing that fans of the Nine-Nine love, it’s streaming. The show was also last season’s top most-social primetime comedy series across television, earning 9M total interactions according to Nielsen Social SCR.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” stars Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio, Dirk Blocker, and Joel McKinnon Miller. Dan Goor, Mike Schur, David Minerm and Luke Del Tredici serve as executive produces on the show, which is produced by Universal Television.

Earlier this month, NBC confirmed the NBC Winter 2019-2020 premiere schedule. Returning with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” are “Good Girls” and the show “Manifest.” The new series to look for this year are “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector,” “Council of Dads,” and “Indebted.” In alternative programming, viewers have “Ellen’s Game of Games,” “America’s Got Talent,” and “The Voice” this winter. Fans will also have to say goodbye to “The Good Place” and “Will & Grace” this season.

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