NBC’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been one of the most followed TV series of the current generation. The show has recently wrapped up its 7th season and is prepping for the next. The show’s creator, Dan Goor recently met up with his team members on a Zoom call to discuss the upcoming season of the show. Dan Goor opened up about his future plans while having a conversation with a news publishing house. Dan was also asked about the incorporation of the on-going pandemic in the season 8 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Read more to know what Dan Goor had to say about the upcoming season of the show.
Dan Goor mentioned that it is important to acknowledge the ongoing scenario by putting in hints of the COVID-19 pandemic. He also said that he and the writers have still not started anything and are still in discussion. He also mentioned that not mentioning the pandemic will have its own advantages, but they still do not want to be ignorant about it. He ended the conversation by saying that he does not want the characters to toil away in the depths of the pandemic.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American police procedural comedy series that has been collectively created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur. The show features popular faces like Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, and Joe Lo Truglio as prominent characters.