On Wednesday, the cast and the producers of FOX's breakout comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine met with reporters, as if often the case this time of year, and in the process some information about the upcoming second season of the show was revealed.
TVLine provided some information in a post on Wednesday about what executive producers of the show Mike Schur and Dan Goor have in store for Andy Samberg's Jake Peralta and company.
In case fans don't recall, or if they did not watch the Golden Globe winning first season of the show, the season finale had Samberg's Peralta briefly leave the precinct to be part of an undercover operation. Also the potential for romance betwixt Peralta and Melissa Fumero's Amy Santiago was broached.
However, folks who wanted to see what happened in the wake of that moment may be disappointed because according to Schur, there is going to be a time jump of an unspecified amount of time. There was also a time jump in the season finale of Schur's other show, Parks and Recreation. That was a three year jump, however. Brooklyn Nine-Nine probably won't be that bold.
The romance is not dead, though, as Schur says that Jake and Amy's situation will be a part of the show, but surprisingly not the main part of a comedy about police officers. Speaking of romance, whatever went down between Joe Lo Truglio's Charles and Chelsea Peretti's Gina will be broached at some point. Additionally, Dirk Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller have been promoted to regulars, and the possibility of former guest stars such as Patton Oswalt turning up again was brought up as well.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine will air on Sundays at 8:30pm this season, beginning on September 28.