America did not know what to expect with the all-new comedy sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” But, the show was surprisingly enjoyable and entertaining. Main characters Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher made the premiere of the show one to remember, and I am sure that viewers will stay tuned this season.
The show is based in Brooklyn, New York, at NYPD headquarters and begins in a crime scene Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) and Jacob Peralta (Andy Samberg) are investigating.
These two are known as the top detectives and top rivals, like many other crime shows. Peralta has a crush on Santiago, but Santiago seems to only be interested in becoming the captain of her detective squad.
During this episode, the detectives gained a new commanding officer in Roy Holt (Andre Baraugh), who also happens to be homosexual. Holt and Peralta get off to a rocky start because Holt cannot accept Peralta’s humor and refusal to take much of anything serious. In turn, Peralta thinks that Holt is too uptight and serious, but he gains a new respect for him when Holt shares his sexuality with him.
The season premiere included many scenes that displayed each personality of each detective and sets the tone for what the entire season should consist of.
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” almost has the same type of humor as the hit show “The Office”. It is a sitcom that also feels like a reality television show. The show was cohesive and there was never a dull moment. The contrast of personalities amongst each detective paired with the way that they interact with each other makes for a good comedy sitcom.
With so many television networks, comedy shows and sitcoms from every area of entertainment, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has made its mark on the list of shows that FOX has to offer.
The show broadcasts every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. You will not be disappointed.