BROOKLYN NINE-NINE Season 6: Dan Goor Teases Halloween, Guest Star Returns, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE Season 6: Dan Goor Teases Halloween, Guest Star Returns, and More

August 9, 2018 by  

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6

NBC’s BROOKLYN NINE-NINE season 6 panel — Pictured: (l-r) top row; Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Chelsea Peretti, Joe Lo Truglio, bottom row; Dan Goor, Executive Producer; Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Melissa Fumero, Joel McKinnon Miller, Dirk Blocker — (Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal)

The BROOKLYN NINE-NINE cast just went back to work, but season 6 is already starting to take shape.

Though the comedy’s return (it’ll be a part of NBC’s midseason lineup) is still very much TBD, the first episode will pick up pretty close after Jake (Andy Samberg) and Amy’s (Melissa Fumero) wedding. The duo will have a honeymoon—executive producer Dan Goor was coy about details, except for that it wouldn’t be at the precinct—but a jump could be ahead after that point.

“I think there will be a time jump at some point in the season,” Goor told reporters after the show’s TCA panel. “I think it’s natural and easy to do…realistically, if you don’t pin [episode events] to holidays and people are loosely wearing the clothes people wear in New York, it’s not that big a deal.”

Halloween, in particular, has played an important part in the BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, as the precinct gets caught up in their annual heist competition. “They’re some of our favorite episodes to watch, and they’re some of the hardest ones also to write because of the twists and turns and everything,“ Goor admitted during the panel.

But though the writers briefly flirted with ceasing the tradition, it’ll return in season 6. However, “I think we will have to acknowledge it’s not actually Halloween,” Goor said. “Last year, we really had the idea that it would be the proposal before we had anything else [which helped shape the episode]…And now it feels like it’s such a hallmark of our show, so we intend to continue it.”

The revived comedy is also, tentatively, looking to bring back a gaggle of familiar favorites. “I’m always a big fan of seeing Pimento [played by Jason Mantzoukas],” Goor said. “Kevin Cozner [played by Marc Evan Jackson] will definitely be back on the show. We haven’t made any firm plans, but I can’t imagine the season without him. We have not seen the last of Doug Judy; Craig [Robinson] will almost definitely be back.“

What are you hoping to see in BROOKLYN NINE-NINE season 6?

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, 2019, NBC

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