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    A man shot the mother of his child and two of her daughters dead inside a Brooklyn apartment before turning the gun on himself, police said. The victims were shot shortly after 11pm Monday in an apartment in the Van Dyke Houses in the Brownsville neighborhood, police said. Officers went to the apartment after a nine-year-old girl called 911 to report a shooting, a police spokesperson said.  The officers found a 45-year-old woman, a 20-year-old woman and a teenage girl, whose age was not immediately clear, dead from gunshot wounds. A man shot the mother of his child and two of her daughters dead inside the Van Dyke Houses (pictured) in Brooklyn before turning the gun on himself, police said The victims were shot shortly after 11pm Monday in an apartment in the Brownsville neighborhood, police said. Officers went to the apartment after a nine-year-old girl called 911...
    AFTER 153 episodes, it was announced that Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming to an end. According to reports, the show's eighth and final season is currently in production. 4undefinedCredit: NBC Universal Media Why is Brooklyn Nine-Nine ending? Show executives did not specify why they were bringing the comedy to an end, but said the decision was "difficult." On Instagram, series co-creator Dan Goor wrote: "I'm so thankful to NBC and Universal Television for allowing us to give these characters and our fans the ending they deserve. 4Brooklyn Nine-Nine first aired in 2013Credit: Fox "I feel very lucky to have worked with this amazing cast and crew for eight seasons. "They are not only among the most talented people in the business, they are all good human beings who have become a family. "But most of all, I feel lucky that we have had the best fans in the world. View...
    Popular sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine will end its run on NBC with the upcoming eighth season, the network has announced. The show, produced by Universal Television, originally ran for five seasons on Fox before it was cancelled but NBC picked up the show for a sixth season that aired in 2019. Ahead of the show’s season seven premiere in 2020, it was renewed for the eighth season but the production was affected due to the coronavirus pandemic. Peaky Blinders’ Creator Steven Knight Confirms a Movie Happening After the Six-Season TV Run Season eight, which will debut during the 2021-22 broadcast season, will consist of 10 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur, the cop comedy is set in the fictional 99th Precinct of the New York City Police Department in Brooklyn. It follows a team of detectives, headed by the overly serious, newly appointed Captain...
    NBC announced Thursday that “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” will not be renewed for a ninth season — the second time the show has been canceled by a major network. “‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ has been one of the jewels in our comedy crown,”  chairman of Universal Studio Group Pearlena Igbokwe told Variety. “It’s had an incredible run across not one but two networks, garnered widespread acclaim and captured the hearts of fans all over the world.” Originally airing on FOX, the police comedy show was originally canceled in 2018 after five seasons. NBC revived the show for a sixth season following a massive outpouring of support from fans saying how much they loved the show. “I still remember the palpable excitement that night in 2018 when we announced ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ would be returning to its rightful home at NBC,” said Lisa Katz, president of scripted content for NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. ...
    More On: brooklyn nine-nine Terry Crews: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ trashed 4 new episodes after George Floyd’s death ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and other cop shows slammed as ‘propaganda’ amid protests ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ creator says cancellation was ‘pretty depressing’ TV cops share surnames with bumbling detectives behind costly wrongful arrest NBC announced Thursday that “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” will not be renewed for a ninth season — the second time the show has been canceled by a major network. “‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ has been one of the jewels in our comedy crown,”  chairman of Universal Studio Group Pearlena Igbokwe told Variety. “It’s had an incredible run across not one but two networks, garnered widespread acclaim and captured the hearts of fans all over the world.” Originally airing on FOX, the police comedy show was originally canceled in 2018 after five seasons. NBC revived the show for a sixth season following a massive outpouring of support from...
    Brooklyn nine-nine it will come to an end, for the second time. The NBC comedy starring Andy Samberg Y Andre Braugher it will conclude after its next season, the eighth. However, the bad news does not stop there since the final season will be composed of only ten episodes that we will not see until the 2021-2022 season, that is to say that, at the earliest, they would be released in autumn. The cast of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC would have opted for delay the return of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ so I can give him a proper send-off to one of his most beloved series. NBC has a too crowded ‘midseason’ grid and, in addition, if nothing prevents it, then the Olympic Games will arrive and they will have practically no space for fiction. The other option they had was to release it in August with...
    (CNN)"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is ending its shift at NBC. The beloved comedy series will conclude after its upcoming eighth season, the network announced Thursday. The show, which stars Andy Samberg, will finish its broadcast run with 153 episodes, aired over two networks. "I'm so thankful to NBC and Universal Television for allowing us to give these characters and our fans the ending they deserve," executive producer Dan Goor said in a statement. The show, which is centered on the wacky happenings inside of a Brooklyn police station, began in 2013 on FOX and ran for five seasons there before being canceled. The series, however, was rescued by NBC, where it began airing in 2019.Read MoreIn 2014, the comedy won by the Golden Globe for best TV series comedy or musical. Samberg also won a Globe for his acting in the show.During its most recent season, the show notched 9.5 million viewers,...
    THE Beckhams have been very busy getting ready for Christmas with their daughter Harper, nine. Both Victoria and David let their fans see behind the scenes of their Christmas preparations including packing bags of elf and reindeer poo. 9David and Victoria Beckham are spending Christmas with their children in the Cotswolds David, 45, shared some cute photos of the different bags of sweet and chocolates, sealed with some funny rhymes. "I hear you've been naughty. And a little cheeky too," the label on the 'reindeer poo' - small pieces of chocolate - read. "So all you'll get this Christmas is a bag of reindeer poo." Victoria, 46, posted a video of Harper reading out loud one of the labels of 'reindeer food'. 9They helped their daughter Harper, nine, get some important treats out 9Including a packet of 'kisses' from DavidCredit: Instagram 9And some reindeer poo that made Harper giggleCredit: Instagram...
    A prominent Brooklyn landlord couple — who the city accused last month of trying to evict tenants during the pandemic — is being sued by the city again, this time for allegedly running shoddy, illegal Airbnb rentals out of nine buildings. The city wants to stop former yoga studio guru Loretta Gendville, 46, and “green builder” Gennaro Brooks-Church, 49 from operating “an illegal and hazardous transient … rental operation involving at least nine buildings in the city” that couple have been running for four years, the Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit alleges. Since the units at the nine properties are considered permanent residential dwelling units, tenants must live there for a month or more, the suit says. The pair own five of the nine properties and they illegally converted 14 of 22 permanent units into short-term rentals, the court papers say. Despite the city rules, the pair has hosted...
    More On: landlords NYC is still passing laws as if the pandemic didn’t change everything City sues Brooklyn’s ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ landlords over pandemic eviction attempt Harlem tenants left without heat and hot water for weeks New York is about to kill a whole lot of landlords A prominent Brooklyn landlord couple — who the city accused last month of trying to evict tenants during the pandemic — is being sued by the city again, this time for allegedly running shoddy, illegal Airbnb rentals out of nine buildings. The city wants to stop former yoga studio guru Loretta Gendville, 46, and “green builder” Gennaro Brooks-Church, 49 from operating “an illegal and hazardous transient … rental operation involving at least nine buildings in the city” that couple have been running for four years, the Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit alleges. Since the units at the nine properties are considered permanent residential...
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews reiterated that he is just like us, trying to get to the end of this year via a virtual network. Crews is one of the most beloved characters on the internet. Fans not only know him for his larger-than-life personality and sense of humor, but also for the charisma he brings to the stage. Terry Crews surprised his fans when he went on Twitch for his first-ever stream. Clad in a holiday sweater, the muscular actor streamed for the first time to raise money for the American Red Cross. Crews has always been expressive of his stance on social issues and attitude towards life. His son, Isaiah Crews, accompanied him and the father-son duo seemed to have a great time streaming Danganronopa. Brooklyn Nine-Nine streams Danganronpa on Twitch Dang anronpa is an online game where players investigate murders by engaging in clever wordplay. The more clever...
    A 14-month-old girl was rushed the hospital on Tuesday after purportedly being stabbed in the stomach by her older brother in Brooklyn. The baby was at her family's apartment on Patchen Avenue in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood when she was attacked at around 4.30pm. At the time of the incident, the only three people present inside the apartment were the baby, her nine-year-old brother and their grandmother.  Scroll down for video  A 14-month-old baby was stabbed in the stomach, allegedly by her nine-year-old brother, inside the family's Patchen Avenue apartment in Brooklyn  The only three people in the apartment were the baby, her older brother, who has autism, and the children's grandmother  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Woman's decomposing headless body is found in a dead-end... Alaska teen, 18, goes on killing spree and shoots dead his... Share this article Share...
    NBC Andy Samberg opened up in a new interview about how his NBC comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine plans to address police brutality and systemic racism. “It’s still being figured out. I think there’s no question it’s going to address it,” the actor said on the latest episode of Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast. “We have a great challenge for the show itself, but obviously it’s a real and serious challenge for the country.” Samberg, who plays Detective Jake Peralta on the sitcom revolving around an NYPD precinct, acknowledge that while the country is currently “going through a hard time,” police brutality isn’t a new issue. “I’ve been hearing about this in rap music for the last 30 years,” he said. “Since I was a little kid I’ve know that there’s police brutality and police racism. “We’ve been told if we wanted to listen,” Samberg continued. “It’s not a huge newsflash to me...
    Nine people have been charged with misdemeanors and health code violations after authorities shut down a New York City Halloween bash that had nearly 400 partygoers.  The New York City Sheriff's Office revealed that the massive party took place in a Brooklyn Warehouse and was busted at 1am. When deputies arrived, they discovered at least 387 people in attendance for the illegal party that violated the city's large gathering mandate.   Photos shared by the New York City Sheriff's Office showed the revelers squeezed shoulder-to-shoulder inside the warehouse, where only some people were seen wearing face masks. Local officials have listed part of Brooklyn a hot spot zone as Mayor Bill de Blasio cautioned last week against an uptick in cases in the five boroughs. The New York City Sheriff's Office shut down a Brooklyn Halloween party where nearly 400 people were in attendance  Nine party organizers were charged...
    My father, Irving Kaufman (1910 – 1982), was a professional photographer who started in Brooklyn in the mid 1930s working for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. He captured thousands of images of Brooklyn through the 1950s. I have recently digitized a great many of them. My father’s profile can be found here. This week’s theme: Back in April, when I began the “Kaufman’s Brooklyn” display, we were at the depth of the virus pandemic. Here we are six months later, and New York has had excellent success at reducing its infection rates, until some recent spikes in areas of Brooklyn and Queens.
    My father, Irving Kaufman (1910 – 1982), was a professional photographer who started in Brooklyn in the mid 1930s working for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. He captured thousands of images of Brooklyn through the 1950s. I have recently digitized a great many of them. My father’s profile can be found here. This week’s theme: Back in April, when I began the “Kaufman’s Brooklyn” display, we were at the depth of the virus pandemic. Here we are six months later, and New York has had excellent success at reducing its infection rates, until some recent spikes in areas of Brooklyn and Queens.
    MEMBERS of the Orthodox Jewish community burned masks to protest NY Gov Cuomo's orders to close schools and ban gatherings in Covid-19 hotspots. On Tuesday night, around 80 people took to the streets in the Brooklyn borough of New York City to decry Cuomo's restrictions on nine neighborhoods where the virus was surging.  ⚠️ Follow our Donald Trump Covid live blog for the latest news & updates 2Members of the Orthodox Jewish community surround a rubbish fire in the street, Tuesday, October 6, 2020, in the Borough Park, BrooklynCredit: AP:Associated Press 2Orthodox Jews protest during a demonstration, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brooklyn, in New York CityCredit: Reuters "A mass gathering causes infections, infections cause a cluster, a cluster causes community spread," the governor said. "That is the national evolution of things unless we intervene and we stop the cycle." Footage showed the Orthodox Jewish protesters gathering in Borough...
    About 80 people took to the streets Tuesday night in Brooklyn to protest Gov Andrew Cuomo's restrictions on nine New York City neighborhoods where COVID-19 rates are surging.  The group of Orthodox Jews gathered in Borough Park Brooklyn for the demonstration against the closure of schools and the banning of large religious gatherings. Footage from the protest showed the group of mostly men gathered closely together as they heard from Councilman Kalman Yeger and chanted 'we won't be deprived of our rights'. Yeger is heard telling the men: 'We're going to be safe. We're going to be smart. We're going to wear masks. 'But we are not going to be deprived the right that we have in America, like everybody else in America, the right to observe our religion, the right to do it freely, the right to do it without government interference.' Scroll down for video   About 80 people...
    The NYPD failed to issue a single fine after 500 people gathered in a warehouse in Brooklyn on Monday to watch a Jewish play in one of the neighborhoods currently experiencing a concerning uptick in coronavirus cases.  Police told CBS New York that they did not intervene to break up the event in Borough Park as it was a religious gathering, despite pictures from inside the venue showing many not wearing masks and children performing close to each other on stage.  The fire department later cut the padlocks off the warehouse and replaced them with their own citing safety issues in the hall, City Hall said, but the move will also prevent the play from continuing throughout the rest of the week.  It came as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered hundreds of schools in nine NYC zip codes, including Borough Park, to close amid the worrying rise in COVID-19 cases. ...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City As the city and state take action to slow the spread of COVID-19 in nine Brooklyn and Queens communities, the latest figures from the city’s Health Department show a continued growth of the virus in six of them. The data, released late on Monday afternoon, came on the same day Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered all public and private schools in the nine areas closed as of Tuesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio had wanted to close the schools Wednesday as part of an action plan to put the communities back on “pause,” including closing non-essential businesses. The Health Department data indicated slow yet spread of COVID-19 in two-thirds of the nine ZIP codes targeted for the “pause” plan. All nine areas have experienced more than 7 consecutive days of 3% positivity rates...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday said he would start imposing fines on anyone who does not wear a mask in public Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday said he would start imposing fines on anyone who does not wear a mask in public as the COVID-19 infection rate rose above 3 percent for the first time since June.  It is a state law that while in public spaces, everyone over the age of two must wear a face covering or risk fines.  De Blasio on Tuesday said that he was going to aggressively crackdown on people who flouted the rule and that cops will start issuing fines.  First, they will offer people a free mask if they are not already wearing one. If they refuse, they will be fined, he said, without saying how much they would be fined.  Cuomo previously told the MTA to issue fines of...
    At least nine New York City neighborhoods could face new lockdowns as coronavirus infection rates surge in parts of Brooklyn and Queens.   Health officials warned about the emergence of COVID-19 clusters in several zip codes last week, saying that they would begin rolling back reopenings in affected areas as early as Monday if the numbers don't improve.   'This may be the most precarious moment that we're facing since we have emerged from lockdown,' Dr Dave Chokshi of the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene told a Friday press briefing.   'We will move as swiftly as the situation warrants. If this growth continues, it will turn into widespread transmission potentially citywide.' Nine neighborhoods are said to be on the list of high-risk zip codes that could see 'an immediate scaling back of activities', which may include bans on gatherings of 10 or more people, mask fines and the closure of non-essential...
    Does Brooklyn Nine-Nine qualify as “copaganda?” That’s a question that Joe Lo Truglio and the rest of the cast probably never imagined having to answer when they signed on seven years ago. As Lo Truglio tells me on this week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast, the NBC comedy’s eighth season is currently scheduled to start production the day before the 2020 election. When the cast and crew finally return to the set after a longer than expected hiatus, it will be in a culture that thinks very differently about how police are portrayed on television. “I know the writers have had their hands full navigating all of the large events that have been happening,” he says, confirming what co-star Terry Crews revealed back in June about creator Dan Goor’s decision to scrap four episodes that had already been written following the police killing of George Floyd. “They threw all...
    Actor Andre Braugher has made a career for himself as a television police officer, from his role in “Homicide: Life on the Street” to “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Going forward, he hopes that he can use this brand to address the topic of police brutality, starting with the hit NBC sitcom. Speaking with Variety, Braugher said that after playing cops and detectives for several decades, he has become almost blind to the reality of police brutality and how departments actually work. “I look up after all these decades of playing these characters, and I say to myself, it’s been so pervasive that I’ve been inside this storytelling, and I, too, have fallen prey to the mythology that’s been built up,” Braugher said. “It’s almost like the air you breathe or the water that you swim in. It’s hard to see. But because there are so many cop shows on television, that’s where...
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andre Braugher said that all cop shows must address the state of policing in the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others, adding that as an actor who has played police officers on TV for years, he has fallen prey to the “mythology” of the “heroic cop.” He also said the Fox sitcom has a responsibility to confront acts of police brutality. The Emmy-winning actor told Variety that playing cops on Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine and NBC’s Homicide: Life on the Street has given him a certain perspective on law enforcement — which the magazine dubbed the “heroic cop” narrative. “I look up after all these decades of playing these characters, and I say to myself, it’s been so pervasive that I’ve been inside this storytelling, and I, too, have fallen prey to the mythology that’s been built up,” he told Variety. Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, and...
    NBC Andre Braugher opened up in a new interview about the future of his comedy cop series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and how the show will adapt to the current climate. The actor, who’s played several cops over the course of his career, spoke about the challenges of tackling police brutality and systemic racism while still making an audience laugh. “I have no idea what Season 8 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is going to be, because everything’s changed,” Braugher said in a new cover story for Variety. The actor plays Capt. Raymond Holt opposite Andy Samberg’s Det. Jake Peralta on the hit comedy show. Holt has rich backstory, being a gay black man who fought his way up the ranks of the NYPD. The show hasn’t shied away from subjects such as racial profiling and police harassment, but with the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and nationwide protests, the comedy faces its biggest...
    Georgia officer fired after video shows him using stun gun on woman during arrest Wings-Sparks Preview Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Melissa Fumero calls out Canadian remakes whitewashed casting The Nine-Nine are heading to Quebec... but they're looking a little different up north. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Melissa Fumero Brooklyn Nine-Nine After the first trailer for Escouade 99, a French-Canadian remake of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, dropped this week, original series star Melissa Fumero shared some thoughts on Twitter, critiquing the series for its predominantly white cast. The remake cast white, non-Latina actresses to play its versions of Fumero's character Amy Santiago and Stephanie Beatriz's Rosa Diaz, with Mylène Mackay as "Fanny" and Bianca Gervais as "Rosalie," respectively. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Melissa Fumero called out the lack of Latinx representation in the show's upcoming French-Canadian remake. "This is like peeking through another dimension," Fumero tweeted on Thursday. "Gotta...
    US coronavirus: Miami is now the coronavirus epicenter as cases surge, expert says Amazons upcoming supermarket could be the first step in an ambitious plan to change the way we grocery shop — heres what we know about it so far Nyle DiMarco Comedy Series in the Works at Spectrum © ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images Nyle DiMarco is getting his own series. Spectrum Originals is teaming with Daniel Dae Kim's 3AD to develop a scripted comedy based on the life of the model, actor, producer and activist. Sources say DiMarco will star in the comedy, which is currently in development, as the potential series centers on his experiences as a charismatic, street smart deaf man in modern times. Potential episodes will offer funny, character-based storytelling designed to provide a deeper perspective on the experiences of the deaf and hard of hearing communities in America.  Spectrum declined comment. DiMarco...
    Andrew Braugher and Andy Samberg star on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." FOX In an interview with GQ, Andy Samberg said his cop sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" will try to balance explorations of police brutality and violence with its signature brand of comedy.  "We've always seen the show as a fantasy of what we would like the world to look like," Samberg said of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."  The comedian also acknowledged that the NBC show could have done more throughout its seven seasons to address issues like police brutality. Samberg says that's something he wants to change going forward.  "There's nothing funny about what we've been seeing from the police," he said.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Andy Samberg said in a new interview with GQ that upcoming seasons of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" will balance issues like police brutality with the show's signature brand of comedy.  "We've always seen the show as...
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg spoke to People Magazine yesterday about the upcoming eighth season of the popular NBC comedy. According to Samberg, everyone involved in the show has taken a step back from production to consider the best way to move forward in light of the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests against systemic racism and police brutality. Considering the series is a lighthearted comedy revolving around the lives of police officers at a precinct in New York, some social media users have taken issue with the series as of late, even going so far as to label it propaganda. “People making jokes about how the ‘brooklyn nine nine’ characters are ‘the only valid cops’…..this is why we call the show cop propaganda and your stupid a** tweets are the proof that its working i cant STAND you people,” tweeted one person. A growing movement to defund the police force...
    BROOKLYN Nine-Nine’s Andy Samberg has admitted ‘moving forward with a police sitcom is a challenge’ in the age of Black Lives Matter. The NBC comedy centers around a bungling police force, and it was revealed last month that the show's boss had scrapped a number of episodes he had already written for season eight in light of the recent Black Lives Matter protests. 4Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Andy Samberg has admitted ‘moving forward with a police sitcom is a challenge’ in the age of Black Lives MatterCredit: Handout Andy, who plays Jake Peralta, has now revealed the show is "taking a step back" to figure out how to move forward in the wake of George Floyd's death and the recurring issue of police brutality. He told People: "The writers are all rethinking how we’re going to move forward." Andy added the cast and crew are "all in touch and kind of...
    Coronavirus updates: New drug enters late-stage trials; NYC slowly begins reopening This is Americas favorite fast-food chain Andy Samberg Previews New Movie Palm Springs — and Discusses the Future of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Andy Samberg says the Brooklyn Nine-Nine crew is reevaluating how to produce the show in the wake of George Floyd's death and the protests against police brutality that followed. © Getty Andy Samberg "We're taking a step back, and the writers are all rethinking how we're going to move forward, as well as the cast," Samberg, 41, tells PEOPLE. "We're all in touch and kind of discussing how you make a comedy show about police right now, and if we can find a way of doing that that we all feel morally okay about." "I know that we'll figure it out, but it's definitely a challenge, so we'll see how it goes," adds the actor, who plays...
    Coronavirus updates: 8th state surpasses 100K cases Coronavirus causes McDonald’s to pause reopening plans Andy Samberg Says Brooklyn Nine-Nine Writers Are Rethinking Show amid Anti-Police Protests Andy Samberg says the Brooklyn Nine-Nine crew is reevaluating how to produce the show in the wake of George Floyd's death and the protests against police brutality that followed. © Provided by People "We're taking a step back, and the writers are all rethinking how we're going to move forward," the Palm Springs actor tells PEOPLE in response to the current outrage over police brutality "We're taking a step back, and the writers are all rethinking how we're going to move forward, as well as the cast," Samberg, 41, tells PEOPLE. "We're all in touch and kind of discussing how you make a comedy show about police right now, and if we can find a way of doing that that we all feel...
    Andre Braugher is easily one of the most talented actors on Television. Be it his performance in the police drama series Homicide: Life on the Street or the current favourite Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the actor has always managed to leave a mark with his performance. The actor currently is famous for essaying the role of Captain Raymond Holt for Brooklyn Nine-Nine that stars other talented actors such as Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Chelsea Peretti and Terry Crews. Braugher has also starred in some powerful supporting roles in films such as Primal Fear (1996), City of Angels (1998), Frequency (2000), Poseidon (2006), The Mist (2007) among others. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Will Scrap Four of its New Episodes After George Floyd’s Death, Confirms Actor Terry Crews. The actor has also been a recipient of prestigious accolades and has bagged several nominations. Braugher has received two Primetime Emmy Awards, from ten nominations, and two Golden...
    Count “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” among the TV cop shows that are recalibrating their approach in the wake of George Floyd’s death and massive protests against police violence. Related Articles Black Lives Matter: Are TV cop shows part of the problem? The NBC sitcom starring Berkeley native Andy Samberg has apparently dumped several scripts for next season in order to write new ones that, in some way, reflect current events. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” cast member Terry Crews told Access Daily that “they had four episodes all ready to go, and they just threw them in the trash.” Crews added: “We have to start over. Right now, we don’t know which direction it’s going to go in.” The cast has been talking about how to address the issues of systemic racism and police brutality in the upcoming season as well. “We’ve had a lot of somber talks about it and deep conversations, and...
    Bradley Cortright June 24, 2020 0 Comments As protests against racism and police brutality spread throughout the country, television networks are re-examining shows about law enforcement.  In the wake of George Floyd’s death, two shows about police, “Cops” and “Live PD,” were canceled as many argued shows that depict police officers as the protagonists are “propaganda” to ” brainwash” views to have a positive view of the police. And actor Terry Crews of the comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” says the producers of the show scrapped four episodes as writers re-work some of the themes in the season to promote the message of the Black Live Matter movement. During an interview with Access Holly wood, Crews said, “They had four episodes all ready to go and they just threw them in the trash.” He added, “We have to start over. Right now we don’t know which direction it’s going to go...
    The NBC sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine has had to toss out scripts written for Season 8 as the series grapples with how to address protests over the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter Movement, star Terry Crews revealed.  'Our show-runner Dan Goor, they had four episodes all ready to go and they just threw them in the trash. We have to start over,' Crews told Access Daily on Tuesday.  'Right now we don't know which direction it's going to go in,' he added. The cop comedy, which mostly focuses on the lighthearted side of policing, will have to walk a careful line in an environment of outrage that has seen the abrupt cancellation of long-running reality series Cops and smash-hit Live PD.  Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews (center) said the show had to toss out scripts written for Season 8 as the series grapples with how to address...
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine has decided to scrap the first four episodes of its upcoming season to refocus the show on the current social justice movement. The Fox sitcom made the decision, which actor Terry Crews revealed on Tuesday, after a cast Zoom call with showrunner Dan Goor. "We talked about what’s happening in this country, and we talked about the shift of consciousness going on," Crews, 51, told Access Hollywood. "They had four episodes all ready to go, and they just threw them in the trash. It's like, 'We have to start over.'" "We’ve had a lot of somber talks and very deep conversations," he said. "Through this, we hope to bring something that will be truly groundbreaking this year. We have an opportunity, and we plan to use it in the best way possible." Crews also said that there's uncertainty around what the new start of the show's eighth season...
    In the months since the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, there has been extra spotlight on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” as the comedy follows a blundering police force. The show wrapped its seventh season in April, but star Terry Crews said on Tuesday that showrunner Dan Goor “had four [new] episodes all ready to go and they just threw them in the trash. We have to start over. Right now we don’t know which direction it’s going to go in.” Crews added that the cast has had “a lot of somber talks about it and deep conversations and we hope through this we’re going to make something that will be truly groundbreaking this year. We have an opportunity here, and we plan to use it in the best way possible.” The actor called the reaction to the death of George Floyd “Black America’s #MeToo movement.” “We always...
    In the months since the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, there has been extra spotlight on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” as the comedy follows a blundering police force. The show wrapped its seventh season in April, but star Terry Crews said on Tuesday that showrunner Dan Goor “had four [new] episodes all ready to go and they just threw them in the trash. We have to start over. Right now we don’t know which direction it’s going to go in.” Crews added that the cast has had “a lot of somber talks about it and deep conversations and we hope through this we’re going to make something that will be truly groundbreaking this year. We have an opportunity here, and we plan to use it in the best way possible.” The actor called the reaction to the death of George Floyd “Black America’s #MeToo movement.” “We always knew...
    BROOKLYN Nine-Nine's boss has scrapped new season eight episodes in the wake of George Floyd's death, Terry Crews has revealed. The NBC comedy's seventh season about a bungling police force came to an end in April, and boss Dan Goor had already started working on season eight. 4 Brooklyn Nine-Nine's boss has scrapped new season eight episodes in the wake of George Floyd's death, Terry Crews has revealedCredit: NBC Universal Media But in the wake of George Floyd's tragic death at the hands of a policeman, plus the issues of police brutality and Black Lives Matter being at the forefront of the news agenda, Dan has decided to scrap what he had written so far. Actor Terry, who plays Terry Jeffords on the show, revealed to Access Hollywood: "[Dan] had four [new] episodes all ready to go and they just threw them in the trash. "We have to start over....
    The recent of African-American George Floyd has stirred a new controversy in the USA. The fact that we still need to have hashtags like #BlackLivesMatter in the 21st century is worrisome. While protestors took to US streets to voice their anger and frustration over police brutality against the black people, its impact was felt all over the world. While film studios have condemned the act and actors have been even fired for their old racist tweets, Brooklyn Nine Nine has decided to re-shoot four of its new episodes. Chelsea Peretti Exits Brooklyn Nine Nine and We Feel Like the Human Embodiment of the Heartbreak Emoji. The very famous Netflix show that revolves around a blundering police force had already started shooting for its eighth season when the George Floyd incident took place. Following which, the makers decided to scrap its first four episodes which probably weren’t fair for the black community. Brooklyn...
    According to Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews, the writers working on the popular NBC sitcom have opted to throw out multiple episodes that they already finished writing in favor of starting fresh. Crews spoke with Access Online about the surprising decision, adding that showrunner Dan Goor wanted to rework the upcoming eighth season in light of the police brutality protests happening around the world. The America’s Got Talent host alleged that the writing team already had four episodes of the new season completed, but wound up scrapping them entirely. “We have to start over. Right now we don’t know which direction it’s going to go in.” Not only have the writers had to reconsider how to approach the new season, but Crews also made it sound as if the actors have been affected, too. He explained that many people who work on Brooklyn Nine-Nine have had many “somber talks” and...
    As protests about police brutality and the murder of George Floyd spread across the country, fictional cops on TV have come under fire, too. Critics are calling out shows including the popular NBC cop comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and others centered on the lives of police as “propaganda” making light of issues brought to light by this week’s protests. “If you like brooklyn 99 now is the time to shut the f - - k up . . . they make shows like that to brainwash you into sympathizing with cops,” one critic tweeted. BROOKLYN 99, CASTLE, LUCIFER, BONES, ETC. ITS ALL PROPAGANDA. THEY GLORIFY COPS. ACAB EVEN IF YOUR FAVORITE CHARACTER IS A COP. THEY ARE FICTIONAL CHARACTERS. REAL LIFE COPS ARE BASTARDS. —
    (CNN)The cast of the television show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has made a 100,000 donation to the National Bail Fund Network. Dan Goor, co-creator of the show, took to Twitter to make the announcement and to "condemn" the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, at the hands of Minneapolis police. "The cast and showrunner of 'Brooklyn 99' condemn the murder of George Floyd and support the many people who are protesting police brutality nationally. Together we have made a $100,000 donation to The National Bail Fund Network. We encourage you to look up your local bail fund: the National Bail Fund Network is an organization that can lead you to them. #blacklivesmatter."#JusticeForGeorgeFloyd https://t.co/mwCLtdpW0p pic.twitter.com/Z8HRCTvZD3— Dan Goor (@djgoor) June 3, 2020 Stephanie Beatriz, who stars on the show as Det. Rosa Diaz, made a personal donation to the fund as well. She also urged any actors who portray police officers on...
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