Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a much-beloved American comedy series, wrapped up its final season after having aired 143 episodes. It was initially released on September 17, 2013.
Dan Goor and Michael Schur created this award-winning series. Brooklyn Nine-Nine stars Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta, Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt, Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago, Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz, Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords, Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle, Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully, and Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock.
The show also starred Chelsea Peretti as Gina Linetti before she left in season 6.
You can watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Netflix and All4. It is available on NBC in the USA and on E4 in the UK. Season 8, which is also the final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, is scheduled to be premiered on August 12, 2021.
How did the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine React to the end of their final season?
The actors who had worked in the show felt very nostalgic and posted emotional messages on their social media accounts.
Terry Crews posted a twin collage photograph of himself in the role of Terry Jeffords with the caption “From the pilot to the last day of shooting.” He added that he felt speechless after working with such an incredible cast and crew and was in tears. Together, they had faced some ups and downs and, yet, had made it.
He expressed gratitude towards the fans who had supported them no matter what. With their love and support, they came back stronger and better every time. He wrote that he would miss his character, Terry Jeffords.
He then added that the Nine-Nine would remain forever in his heart and the hearts of millions of fans worldwide. He loves the series, his character, and his fans.
On Terry’s post, Melissa Fumero, who plays the character Amy Santiago, commented that she too had loved working with him the past eight years.
Melissa Fumero, the actor who plays Amy Santiago, shared two pictures on Instagram. She shared an eight-year-old photo of her first security badge adding with it the story behind the photograph.
She recalled that she had her photograph taken along with Stephanie Beatriz and Chelsea Peretti eight years back for their lot badges. She added that there was something about that moment that made it seem so real.
The making of the pilot gave her the beautiful feeling that they would shoot the whole season of this incredible show with such a fantastic cast with whom she was getting in love.
Melissa also fondly remembered that just as the photographer was going to click the camera, Chelsea said something that made her laugh. That just then indicated how the next eight years were going to be like. Each day of shooting was filled with fun and excitement and was very collaborative.
Numerous stars, including Joel McKinnon Miller, Stephanie Beatriz, and Chelsea Peretti, commented on the post. Chelsea Peretti commented that she, too, felt like crying and had immensely loved this journey.
She also shared a picture of Captain Holt’s desk, mentioning that she spent the best eight years of her life on the show. She added that she is grateful to all the people who worked with her for making something that she is so proud of.
Joe Lo Truglio, who played Charles Boyle in the series, posted a video of the set of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. While thanking his viewers and his co-workers, he mentioned that he felt lucky to have been there.
Joe also posted a photograph of him dressed in an Elvis costume. With the picture, Joe added that he was wearing that costume the day he had pulled the cast into Captain Holt’s office to announce that he was about to be a father, only to find out that Melissa Fumero was going to be a mother.
Joel McKinnon Miller also posted his picture standing in CBS Studios. He wrote that it was his last day working with the people he loves. He plays the character of Norm Scully in the sitcom.
What did some of the most significant members of Brooklyn Nine-Nine share?
The emotional posts on social media are not limited to the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. All the crew members, including the creators, producers, and cinematographers, have also shared heartwarming posts while bidding goodbye to the iconic series.
The official Instagram page of Brooklyn Nine-Nine posted tweets from the show’s creators, Dan Goor and Michael Schur, with the caption “Oh boy, here come the waterworks.”
In his tweet, Dan Goor announced that they had just finished shooting the last episode. He also thanked all the people who worked on the show for changing his life.
On the other hand, Michael Schur shared a screenshot of an email that Dan Goor had sent him the first time they discussed the television series.
Again, he thanked all the cast and crew members, along with everyone who watched it, for making that new show run for eight seasons. The show’s official account also commented on all the posts that the cast and crew members shared.
The show’s cinematographer, Rick Page, also posted a picture of Captain Holt’s desk and wrote “Lights out. Nine-Nine Forever.