Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 6 (2019)


Season 6
Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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Following a period of uncertainty and a shift to NBC, Brooklyn Nine-Nine reemerges with its cast and tone wholly intact.

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Critic Ratings: 27

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Air date: Jan 10, 2019

Jake and Amy go on their honeymoon; Capt. Holt finds out whether he is the new commissioner of the NYPD.

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Air date: Jan 17, 2019

Jake and Charles investigate a case of Hitchcock and Scully's from the 1980s; Amy's uniformed officers and Terry's detectives fight over limited resources.

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Air date: Jan 24, 2019

Jake and Gina revisit their past when they attend their 20th high school reunion with Amy; at the Nine-Nine, Charles helps Rosa with a thorny problem concerning her love life; Holt, Terry, Hitchcock and Scully get caught up in an acoustical dilemma.

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Air date: Jan 31, 2019

Gina plays a high-stakes game of chess with Capt. Holt; Rosa and Amy take Gina out for a fancy brunch; Jake and Gina must use their wits to infiltrate a posh club.

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Air date: Feb 7, 2019

Terry believes the Pontiac Bandit is stealing cars again, but Jake is convinced his friend wouldn't do that; the rest of the squad fight to keep Shaw's a police bar after some firemen stake their claim to it.

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Air date: Feb 14, 2019

Jake and Rosa must deal with a mother in mourning as they work and rework a crime scene to solve a difficult murder case with confusing evidence.

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Air date: Feb 21, 2019

Jake and Holt clash over the merits of a new hire in the 99th precinct; Terry, Amy, Rosa and Charles try to do something about the cluttered bullpen.

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Air date: Feb 28, 2019

Jake and Amy investigate a difficult "he said, she said" case; Holt becomes suspicious after learning his lifelong arch nemesis died in a prison transport accident.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Jake helps Amy navigate the complicated relationship she has with her brother David; Charles introduces some drama into an undercover mission involving Terry and Holt.

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Air date: Mar 14, 2019

A visitor from Latvia causes Charles and Jake to investigate Nikolaj's family; Holt and Amy bring in famed forensic scientist Dr. Yee to help close a case for Rosa.

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Cast & Crew

Andy Samberg
Detective Jake Peralta

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Andre Braugher
Captain Ray Holt

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Terry Crews
Sergeant Terry Jeffords

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Melissa Fumero
Detective Amy Santiago

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Joe Lo Truglio
Detective Charles Boyle

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Stephanie Beatriz
Detective Rosa Diaz

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Dirk Blocker
Detective Michael Hitchcock

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Joel McKinnon Miller
Detective Norm Scully

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Chelsea Peretti
Gina Linetti

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Marc Evan Jackson
Kevin Cozner

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Antonio Raul Corbo
Nikolaj Boyle

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Gabe Liedman
Dr. Oliver Cox

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Kimberly Condict
Wendy Polm

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Jason Andre Smith
James

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Phil Reeves
John Kelly

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Cameron Esposito
Jocelyn

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Kevin Dorff
Hank

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Travis Coles
Brian Floomryde

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Becky Feldman
Rebecca Bonebrake

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Jude Lanston
Archie

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Daniel J. Goor
Executive Producer
Mike Schur
Executive Producer
David Miner
Executive Producer
Luke Del Tredici
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News & Interviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 6

Critic Reviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 6

Audience Reviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 6

  • Apr 29, 2022
    (all seasons) Underwhelming. Seasons 2 to 5 stand out for actually containing some good episodes - that's not to say that the rest don't have funny moments, not least thanks to the charismatic Andy Samberg (the show's saving grace) or the very memorable character of Raymond Holt; however, the identical premise of all episodes becomes tiring really quick, the humour is often just chuckle-worthy at best, the characters are incredibly one-dimensional and the occasional social commentary mostly feels forced.
  • Sep 17, 2021
    [⭐️85%] Following a change of studio, the Nine-Nine squad feel like they never left in the shows sixth season, besides the sometimes awkward and unnecessary censored swearing, everything things normal. There may be more inconsistencies found within this season compared to others, which is to be expected, however NBC does justice to these characters after what seemed like an end for them and instead gave them a future for more seasons.
  • Sep 06, 2021
    Another fantastic season for the 99.
  • Aug 18, 2021
    The best season in the series IMO
  • Mar 29, 2021
    Do yourself a favor and stop watching after season 5. It's a phenomenal show until NBC takes over. Then the jokes get really cringey
  • Mar 10, 2021
    I feel like a broken record at this point. Yes this season was shorter than the last few seasons, but that never shows because again the same wit and humour is on show, the characters bring their A game and the final episode was a personal favourite for me. It's a show that really does keep on giving and the originality of it is what makes this one of my all time favourites. 2 more seasons to go and I can't wait! Quote- 'The only way I'm going to die is if you touch me with one of your bony fingers and drag me across the River Styx, you reaper.' [To Captain Wuntch] - Holt Rating - 5/5
  • Dec 10, 2020
    Oof. Even though I'm glad NBC picked up Brooklyn 99 after the FOX backlash, unfortunately, the "Casecation" episode was so bad that it's definitely considered to be the outlier of an otherwise uplifting crime sitcom. The tone, character development, and treatment of social issues was way off. Amy being disrespectful to Jake Peralta in "Casecation" made me lower my rating for season 6 down 2 stars. However, there are a lot of other redeeming episodes such as "Ticking Clocks", "Cinco de Mayo", Crime Scene", and the Hitchcock and Scully flashback episode that allow to me to give it at least 3 stars. Had it not been for the questionable outlier episodes "Casecation" and "Gintars", Season Six would definitely be a legendary improvement over the FOX seasons. I always skip those outliers whenever I want to rewatch Brooklyn 99. Otherwise, great show! If NBC isn't careful when tackling the Black Lives Matter movement in Season 8, Brooklyn 99 will suffer a big loss and be at risk of being cancelled again. Brooklyn 99 is one of my favorite shows, but I can't let the NBC era of Brooklyn 99 ruin the chemistry between Jake and Amy or even my favorite friendships (Jake and Boyle, Rosa and Amy, and Rosa and Terry).
  • Dec 07, 2020
    I was totally digusted at season 6 episode 11, The Therapist , it was totally disrespectful to people who suffer from multiple personality disorder (Dissociative identity disorder) It was as if yous were mocking people with that disorder. It certainly isn't very funny to people that have to live with this illness, it has got to be one of the worst mental health illnesses that people have to live with , they are usually rejected by their own families and so called friends , so they have already been through enough abuse and trauma in their whole life without being mocked by idiots that know nothing about it or it wouldn't have happened. It is a real illness and the individuals living with it deserve respect. That's all I'm saying on the matter, totally disappointed in yous 😡😡🙄
  • Oct 21, 2020
    Felt more than a little disturbed with the shift into moral myopia here. Our heroic protagonist gets a guy (who committed a very minor non-violent crime) deported to prevent him from earning the love of his son. The show has always been a form of copaganda (attorneys are all evil and their only purpose is to get dangerous criminals out of jail, unless the suspect is innocent, in which case the attorneys turn incompetent and only cops can save the day), but this is the first time it was that blatant and mean-spirited.
  • Oct 20, 2020
    In the new season that NBC takes over, everything else is still familiar. Although NBC has saved the whole play, it can't stop some facts. That is, season 6 is the new beginning and the official end of fox era. Some people leave and others will stay, Brooklyn Nine nine is still a big family, but the actors can't stop them when they are old. Fortunately, the joy they can bring will not disappear.

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