Season Eight of Brooklyn Nine-Nine was confirmed by NBC on November 14, 2019 via press release and a tweet from the show official account, @nbcbrooklyn99 
This marks the third season of the series that will broadcast on NBC.
|Andy Samberg||...||Jake Peralta|
|Stephanie Beatriz||...||Rosa Diaz|
|Terry Crews||...||Terry Jeffords|
|Melissa Fumero||...||Amy Santiago|
|Joe Lo Truglio||...||Charles Boyle|
|Andre Braugher||...||Captain Ray Holt|
|Dirk Blocker||...||Michael Hitchcock|
|Joel McKinnon Miller||...||Norm Scully|
- On April 21, 2020, Dan Goor announced the writers room has started the work of Season 8. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the writers started virtually instead of in person.
- On June 16, NBC announced the season would air in the fall instead of mid-winter, opening up the possibility of a Halloween Heist held on Halloween. 
- On June 23, Terry Crews revealed that Dan Goor and the show crew decided to scrap the first four new episode script and start fresh after George Floyd's death.
- ↑ MEDIA ALERT: NBC HAS RENEWED ITS CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED AND GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD-WINNING COMEDY “BROOKLYN NINE-NINE” FOR AN EIGHTH SEASON
- ↑ Good things come to those who w8. The #Brooklyn99 squad will be coming back for Season 8 on NBC!
- ↑ Dan Goor on Twitter: "I’m happy to announce that the #Brooklyn99 season 8 writers room started (remotely) today. The fact that the show has endured for this long is a testament to our amazing actors, crew, and writers, and to our fans, who are the best in the world. Thank you! Stay safe! Nine-Nine!"
- ↑ https://deadline.com/nbc-schedule-fall-2020/
- ↑ Terry Crews Says ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Had To Scrap Four New Episodes After George Floyd’s Death
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