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BROOKLYN NINE-NINE

Gina (Chelsea Peretti) and Jake (Andy Samberg) go “celeb hunting,” hints Samberg

NETWORK NBC

DATE 1.10

TIME 9PM

GENRE RETURNING COMEDY

THEY HAD NINE-NINE PROBLEMS, BUT A FERVENT fan base wasn’t one. When Fox canceled Andy Samberg’s police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine in May, upset viewers (including Lin-Manuel Miranda and Mark Hamill) shorted out the internet in protest. “It felt like Tom Sawyer watching his own funeral,” sums up

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