4:02 pm EST, January 10, 2020

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ season 7 trailer gets an ’80s makeover

Brooklyn Nine-Nine gave us a preview of its seventh season and a glimpse of what it might look like as an ’80s cop show.

The Nine-Nine is back!

Well, soon enough, anyway.

NBC recently dropped a trailer for the award-winning police comedy show, giving fans a short preview of what life in the Nine-Nine will be like in the early part of the seventh season now that Captain Raymond Holt has been demoted to patrol duty.

Season 7 will consist of 13 episodes, which is the same amount season 6 initially received before being bumped up to an 18 episode order, so let’s hope that the same thing happens with this season!

However, there’s no reason to be worried about the show at the end of the season, as NBC has already renewed Brooklyn Nine-Nine for an eighth season ahead of its season 7 debut!

Check out the ’80s inspired trailer below, followed by the official descriptions for the first two episodes of season 7!

Episode 7.01, “Manhunt” — Jake leads a manhunt after an assassination attempt on a city councilor. Meanwhile, Holt adjusts to his new position as a uniformed officer while working alongside Officer Fogel.

Episode 7.02, “Holt’s replacement” — Captain Kim, portrayed by Nicole Bilderback, attempts to ingratiate herself with Jake and the squad by having them over for a dinner party.”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine stars Andy Samberg as Jake Peralta, Andre Braugher as Raymond Holt, Terry Crews as Terry Jeffords, Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago, Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa Diaz, Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle, Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock, and Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully.

It was created, written, and executive produced by Dan Goor, of Parks and Recreation fame and Michael Schur of The Good Place.

The series will return on February 6 on NBC and will premiere with back-to-back episodes.

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