Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Hello, My Movievaures! I hope you had a great week. I’m excited to be back with a new article on m favorite feel-good TV show: Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Season 8, the last and final season, was released a few weeks ago on Netflix and I thought I’d take this opportunity to write about one of my to-go shows when I’m feeling a bit down. First, let’s get to the non-spoilers part!

This American Police comedy follows the Nine-Nine Precinct in Brooklyn made of a team of incredibly quirky, but talented detectives that will work together to make New York a bit safer every day, while becoming best friends and even family for most of them.

I genuinely believe we all need a Brooklyn Nine-Nine in our lives. This show helped in the most unbearable days, with the perfect amount of humor and positivity. Every character brings something interesting and fun. Plus the relationships they build through the seasons are so endearing and it is nice to see some simple and truthful human interactions.

I never imagined that one of my favorite characters would have been a serious, intellectual, and seemingly boring Captain. Yes, indeed, I love Raymond Holt and I’m not ashamed! Of course, most of them are a bit stereotypical, but that’s the magic there. It doesn’t matter if it is not realistic, what is important is that it warms our hearts for at least 40 minutes.

Overall, Brookly Nine-Nine is, in my opinion, one of the best sitcoms out there. It has it all: good, sarcastic humor; touching characters, a cute storyline, and the exact amount of quirkiness so it doesn’t get too ridiculous. If I were you, I would absolutely give it a try and you’ll have 8 seasons to enjoy! This is all for today My Movievaures! I hope you enjoyed it. Let me know in the comments down below or on my Instagram (the_movievaures). See you next week!

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