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Entertainment Andy Samberg says Brooklyn Nine-Nine should address how characters have been ‘complicit’ in police brutality

17:00  27 november  2020
17:00  27 november  2020 Source:   indy100.com

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Andy Samberg said in a new interview with GQ that upcoming seasons of " Brooklyn Nine - Nine " will balance issues like police brutality with the "Wouldn't it be amazing if there was a precinct like the Nine - Nine , this core group of detectives that has the moral compass you would wish for, and is truly

Though “ Brooklyn Nine - Nine ” is a comedy show and Braugher respects the artistic instincts of the writing staff, he would “ Brooklyn Nine - Nine has to commit itself, as a comedy, to telling the story of how these things As to how the “ Brooklyn Nine - Nine ” characters would handle such a storyline

As the world continues to reckon with racist police brutality, fans of Brooklyn Nine-Nine have been considering what this means for the future of the show.

The beloved comedy revolves around members of a New York police precinct. Characters are generally portrayed as likeable oddballs, calling into question whether it’s being too generous to police officers and the corruption that permeates policing.

In June, actor Terry Crews revealed that the showrunners scrapped four episodes following the death of George Floyd, in order to start again and seriously address police brutality.

Now, in an interview on Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast, Andy Samberg has confirmed that the series will cover racism in the police force in its upcoming season. “We are a comedy,” the actor and comedian said. “But it’s a cop comedy so we gotta lie in the bed we make. He continued:

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Tonight’s episode of Brooklyn Nine - Nine was a long time coming. In it, Terry (Terry Crews) is racially profiled So I think the trick was generating a premise that deals with police brutality and racism, and still ( Andy Samberg and Melissa Fumero, Jackson adds, also worked hard on their storyline in the

Andy Samberg has opened up about the uncertain future of Brooklyn Nine - Nine . The actor has admitted that figuring out how to continue the NBC series in the wake of police brutality protests has been a "challenge." Samberg plays Jake Peralta on the series, and told People that the cast and

“Well, it’s still being figured out obviously. I think there’s no question it’s going to address [police brutality]. We have a great challenge for the show itself, but obviously it’s a real and serious challenge for the country and the world.”

Samberg also acknowledged that it’s important to confront how the members of the Nine-Nine may have been complicit in police brutality:

"The challenge is going to be being honest about what’s happening in the world and not shying away from the fact that there’s serious problems, and also not punishing viewers who like our show and care about our characters. But I do believe that our characters need to examine their roles in the world and that’s going to be how we address it. They’re going to have conversations amongst themselves, and be forced to look in the mirror and see who they’re complicit with."

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Brooklyn Nine - Nine is an American police procedural comedy television series created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur. The series revolves around Jake Peralta ( Andy Samberg )

Details like, the chant of “ Nine Nine !” that Terry uses to pump up the squad was actually started off screen by Terry Crews! Or how about the fact that the props department snuck in a real-life photo of Andy Samberg and Melissa Fumero onto Jake’s desk! There’s the fact that Andy Samberg and

Brooklyn Nine-Nine has confronted pertinent issues in the police force in the past. One episode in its fourth season revolved around racial profiling, as the precinct’s Black lieutenant, Terry, is arrested for walking near his house at night. Samberg highlighted this particular episode as an example of how the show has addressed these issues in previous seasons:

“The good news for us is we have a pretty decent track record already in terms of addressing social issues. We’ve certainly never acted as if all police are innocent outside of our squad. In fact, I think we have a ton of episodes that are specifically about how there’s a lot of corruption and breaking protocol, and it’s terrible.”

The actor added that even though Brooklyn Nine-Nine will cover police corruption, we shouldn’t be looking for a ““half-hour comedy show to be the ones to solve this problem”.

"Still, it looks like those important issues that have been relegated to one-off episodes in past seasons will be brought front and centre.

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