Brooklyn Nine-Nine Will Wrap After Season 8 and We’re Not Ready

Source: NBC I’ve written and deleted this too many times because it never felts right. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is set to end after its eight season and I have way too many feelings about this.  This show is more than just a procedural comedy—it’s a celebration of humanity and inclusivity. For eight years, it has constantly... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

March 8-14 "Ding Dong" | Brooklyn Nine-Nine    In an unsurprising turn of events my muse is back again when it comes Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I should just review the show weekly at this point, that’s how much I consistently want to talk about it, especially when it involves moments of vulnerability with our favorite precinct. This... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

February 2-8 "Manhunter" | Brooklyn Nine-Nine Welcome back to this year’s first Most Exquisite TV Moment -- Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back and with it unsurprisingly returns my muse for this segment. God, I love this show. Its return brought us one of the sweetest, most intimate moments between Jake and Amy and I am a beaming... Continue Reading →

2019 Year-End Reviews: Characters

Out of all the articles that release for our end of the year celebration, discussing my favorite characters is somehow the one that always brings on the tears. A well written character whose arc guides the story is the reason I love television so much. The opportunity to see these people live and love and... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

April 1-7 "The Box” | Brooklyn Nine-Nine It’s been another stellar week into Spring TV with a sweet episode of When Calls the Heart, a gorgeous display of marriage on Madam Secretary, a meme-filled hysterical half hour of Black-ish, a haunting episode of The Americans, and an incredibly relatable episode of Superstore. (Especially for those of... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

October 15-21 "HalloVeen" | Brooklyn Nine-Nine Another incredible week of television passed us by with an emotional episode of Madam Secretary, a powerful hour of This is Us, a hilarious episode of Black-ish, The Mayor continuing to build itself up wonderfully, Riverdale raising the stakes higher, and Superstore took on bullying in a genius manner. However, it... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

October 1-7 "The Big House Part II" | Brooklyn Nine Nine It's been a week of stellar premieres and enthralling episodes starting with Sunday's remarkably sweet Chesapeake Shores, Tuesday's premiere of Black-ish, the debut of The Mayor, another emotional episode of This is Us, and Thursday's incredible episode of Superstore. But it was Brooklyn Nine Nine's second episode into the season that I can't stop thinking about.... Continue Reading →

Spring ’17 Finale Roundup | Week III

| May 14-28 | We're almost there, friends -- the end of an incredible, jaw-dropping spring season. The last two weeks have displayed partnerships at their finest with Once Upon A Time, Chicago P.D., Madam Secretary, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Most Noteworthy Performance by an Actress "The Bank Job" and "Crime and Punishment" | Brooklyn Nine-Nine Stephanie Beatriz Stephanie... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

April 30-May 6 "Moo Moo" | Brooklyn Nine-Nine We went into another fantastic week of television with an emotional episode of Once Upon A Time. An intriguing hour of Madam Secretary. The Americans allowing us to see into the life of a character we've missed. Prison Break's escape. Chicago P.D.'s riveting hour of exceptional story telling. Black-ish presenting us with the fantastic spin-off Pilot that'd follow Zoey into... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 30

25 Nearest and Dearest 21/25 The 99th Precinct (Brooklyn Nine Nine) First and foremost, if you happen upon this without having watched a single episode of FOX’s Brooklyn Nine Nine, do yourself a massive favor by closing your browser and watch the pilot. And while I’m not sure how it works for others, usually when it comes to... Continue Reading →

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