If you love Friends and The Big Bang Theory, you will love the current popular sitcom show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Your very own spiderman, Tom Holland, is part of the series.
There are many drama series about the police and detective shows, but they need to be closer to Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The sitcom, which ran from September 17, 2013, to September 18, 2021, was initially aired by Fox and went off-air after the eighth season. NBC later broadcasted it from there on. It is one of the only comedy sitcoms based on the American police force.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine perhaps has one of the best ways to show how you can have non-offensive humor within a Sitcom. We have largely had Humor with very offensive jokes, and well, it doesn’t have to be that way. This show proves that you can write jokes where you don’t need to target any particular group
The show has a great element of storytelling. The way it weaves the characters and the story around the characters—every quirk of a character blossoms into how the plot is written. Each episode will make you laugh your heart out.
The wholesome friendship between Gina and Jake or Jake and Charles has a great founding effect on them. Even if Gina pretends not to care for anyone, she has a deep-seated affection for Jake and Charles. Apart from the humor, it is one of the best things about the series.
Writing an excellent romance storyline in a funny sitcom is quite a task. It is challenging to balance the comic element and ensure the romance comic doesn’t make it cringy. This show weaves a beautiful romance between Jake and Amy without changing the character quirks and ensuring that the characters’ originality stays the same throughout. It maintains a subtle balance without making it too much about romance and losing the comic element.
One of the things about a funny sitcom is how it has a hard time with social issues but still tries its best to maintain the humor. The makers have ensured that the comedy is distinct from the social point portrayed. Whether it is about workplace harassment or racial discrimination, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has a great way of dealing with those issues while maintaining comedy and not making fun of them.