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Brooklyn Nine-Nine 02×01′Undercover’: The gang’s all here

Ahh Brooklyn Nine-Nine. This summer has felt especially long without new exploits from my favorite bunch of comedic cops. But no longer! With a couple of Golden Globes under its belt, the pressure is on for… 28 more words

Review

"AWK" for "Awkward": A Dead Season Discussion of Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season One

Created by Dan Goor (Parks and Recreation) and Michael Schur (The Office, Parks and Recreation), Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuted on September 17, 2013 on Fox. Initially conceived as a vehicle for Andy Samberg in his first post-SNL role, a top-notch supporting cast turned Brooklyn Nine-Nine into one of the best comedies of the year, winning Golden Globe awards for Best Comedy Series and Best Actor in a comedy (Samberg), and earning Andre Braugher an Emmy nomination for Supporting Actor in a Comedy along the way. 2,911 more words

Entertainment

“AWK” for “Awkward:” A Dead Season Discussion of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 1 (Part 1)

Created by Dan Goor (Parks and Recreation) and Michael Schur (The Office, Parks and Recreation), Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuted on September 17, 2013 on Fox. 2,956 more words

Television

TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.01, "Undercover"

“With just a sub-minute moment of catch-up between cast members and a snappy meta quip from Andy Samberg, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s second season premiere gets off to a brisk start. 75 more words

Reviews

Brooklyn Nine-Nine S2E1: "You Helped Me Find My Smile"

By Mina Haq

Every successful television show’s worst fear can be summed up in two words: sophomore slump. I was initially nervous that after such a spectacular first season, there was no way “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” could do better. 751 more words

Recaps & Roundtables

TV Recap: "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Season 2 Premiere

After a long spring and summer, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has finally returned to primetime. We last left the police unit without Jake Peralta, who was off to go undercover to investigate the goings on of the mafia. 775 more words

Television

"Sometimes things are just out of your control."

Last night, Once Upon a Time, Revenge and Brooklyn Nine-Nine came back to our TV screens, and finally, it feels like fall. Those are my Sunday night shows (until next week when Bob’s Burgers returns — should I recap that show? 2,039 more words

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