Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 8

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 8

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 8

Final season of the Golden Globe-winning comedy series following an eclectic group of detectives in a New York precinct. Stars Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz and Terry Crews.

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EPISODE 8.1

The Good Ones

Amy returns from maternity leave. Jake and Rosa work a difficult case.

EPISODE 8.2

The Lake House

The squad takes up Holt on an offer for a weekend getaway.

EPISODE 8.3

Blue Flu

Captain Holt and Amy manage an understaffed precinct. Jake and Charles investigate.

EPISODE 8.4

Balancing

Jake and Amy create a system to balance work and childcare and Rosa gets a new houseguest.

EPISODE 8.5

PB&J

Jake takes an old friend for a ride.

EPISODE 8.6

The Set Up

When the FBI takes over a high-profile case, Jake keeps digging. Amy and Rosa negotiate with O'Sullivan and the police union.

EPISODE 8.7

Game of Boyles

Terry, Jake and Charles visit the Boyle Family Farm. Amy and Rosa help out Capt. Holt.

EPISODE 8.8

Renewal

The squad comes together to work an important high-stakes case.

EPISODE 8.9

The Last Day

The squad takes stock of its eight years together and looks toward the future.

EPISODE 8.10

The Last Day (2)

The squad takes stock of its eight years together and looks toward the future.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 8 / Reviews

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

I'm happy that a sitcom that’s delivered so many hard laughs over the years has had the chance to go out on its own terms - nudging its audience toward a greater awareness of what other cop shows are trying to sell in the process.

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Paste

Paste

These episodes are just as joke-dense and fun as their funniest pre-Season 8 episodes have been, everyone from the main cast down to the guest stars putting in their full 9-9%.

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Salon

Salon

It's about the people, and at the end of the day they still make the case that we can find comfort in hanging out with them for little while longer.

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IGN

IGN

Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows its dexterity as season eight opens, providing a parade of comedy while also leaning into serious socio-political issues.

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