“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 6 is coming at you, only on NBC. Too bad NBC doesn’t actually have any of their own footage of the Nine-Nine yet — or at least any they are willing to share.
So when cast members, including Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, and creator Dan Goor gathered together to tease the upcoming episodes at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Thursday night, they used a mashup of footage from the first five seasons of the sitcom that was previously on Fox.
Needless to say, it turned out pretty “noice.”
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The one-minute, 21-second “special announcement” video starts off with a black-and-white clip of Captain Holt (Braugher) announcing to the Ninety Ninth precinct he’s being “transferred” (a major plot point from Season 3).
That classic emotionless delivery from the captain kicks off a string of old clips that are cut together to make pointed references to the now infamous story of how the show was axed by Fox and revived by its new network just one day later in May. Or as Gina (Chelsea Peretti) puts it, “Canceled at the very last minute with no explanation!”
But after a very long, “Nooooo!” from Jake (Samberg), color comes back into the precinct as the elevator dings and Holt returns.
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Really, though, the best part is how they needed to cut together five different scenes to end with “Only. On. N. B. C.”
Watch the special announcement video above.
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” will debut midseason on NBC.
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Source: The Wrap