Season seven of the hit sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a police comedy about cops is now available on NBC. You may now be curious when Brooklyn Nine-Nine's seventh season will become available on Netflix. We can finally reveal the date.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an American sitcom about police and crime created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur. Brooklyn Nine-Nine's popularity has grown over the years and, even though Fox cancelled the show, it was back stronger than ever. With an incredible and hilarious cast that features the likes of Andy Samberg and Terry Crews, it’s not hard to see why the series has performed so well.
Sadly for some subscribers, Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn’t carried on every Netflix library, but despite this, the sitcom is still available to stream in over 30 countries around the world.
These are the regions that Netflix streams Brooklyn Nine-Nine:
These countries all should have streaming seasons 1 through 6 by January 2021.
If you want to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the United States, you’ll need a subscription to Hulu where it streams.
Despite moving to NBC, the show’s release schedule on Netflix has remained the same given that NBC Universal is who distributes the show.
Canada will get season 7 in April 2020. However, for many other countries, it is likely that you won't see the new show until April 2021.
Netflix UK announced that Brits can stream the entire seventh season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine starting March 26, 2021.
The show should be expanded to other regions in the coming years.
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