Critic Consensus: Brooklyn Nine-Nine's third season smartly sidesteps the pitfalls of romantically linking two central characters while also expounding on the series' joy for clever gags and hard-earned camaraderie.
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Tv Season Info
as Jake Peralta
as Ray Holt
as Terry Jeffords
as Amy Santiago
as Charles Boyle
as Rosa Diaz
as Gina Linetti
as Det. Hitchcock
as Det. Scully
as Adrian Pimento
as Madeline Wuntch
as Karen Peralta
as Lt. Knox
as The Vulture
as Sharon Jeffords
as Special Agent Bob Anderson
as Capt. Seth Dozerman
as Roger Peralta
News & Interviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 3
Creators Dan Goor and Michael Schur have made Holt, much like all of their striking characters, utterly loveable in his own rigid and protocol-adhering way.
It might not provide a flashy lede, but it is a show that has kept true to its voice and sharpened its humor every week since it began, and that is an achievement worth celebrating.
Not only featured some minor shocks in the burgeoning romance between Jake and Amy, but it gave its new captain plotline a twist worthy of old school M. Night Shyamalan.
Rather than simply offering more of the same, the captain's chair shuffle and the burgeoning relationship give the entire ensemble new material to play off of.
First, just to kick things off, I love Brooklyn Nine-Nine and it's probably my favorite comedy currently on television, filling the Parks and Recreation void of heartfelt comedies.
Audience Reviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 3
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