"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is an American police television sitcom, and tackles issues like police brutality, racial profiling, corrupt prisons and anti-LGBT discrimination. The show was picked up by NBC for a sixth season just one day after Fox cancelled the show last year.
"'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' I would say follows in the footsteps of 'The Office', 'Parks and Recreation' and a lot of 'S& L Lineage' (Small Ville Lineage)," Samberg said in a statement to IANS.
"It is a workplace comedy, jampacked with jokes, full of heart, God what else can I tell you? It's the best show ever made, I think I can say that. No one would dispute that," he added.
The show is aired in India on Colors Infinity.
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