Brooklyn Nine-Nine Goes ’80s In Season 7 Trailer

Going retro is the cool thing to do, and that’s exactly what NBC decided to do with their cop comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which is now entering its seventh season. It was just a couple of years back that the show faced cancelation at Fox, but it has since faced an all-new life at the Peacock, and looks to be as fun as ever.

The new trailer shows what happened following the Season 6 finale, which saw Captain Holt demoted back to a patrolman, as he only spent a month there before becoming a detective. As you can see, things haven’t gotten much better for him since then.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuJ1ih5srzw

I’m honestly surprised by how long this trailer is. Usually, for these shows, we’re lucky to get 45 seconds of content ahead of time. This actually gives us a good amount of footage from the new season, and gives away a few story points and jokes.

What do you think of the new trailer, and what did you think of Jake Peralta’s Monopoly joke? Let us know down below!

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