The only thing Terry loves more than yogurt is spilling the beans, apparently.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews may have jumped the gun a bit by revealing when the beloved comedy series will be making its season six debut on NBC. The actor, who plays Sgt. Terry Jeffords, made an exciting announcement while streaming from the "B99" set on Instagram Live this week.
“This is the deal, man. I’m so happy, man,” Crews said in the video, which was captured and shared by a fan account. “‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ is coming back in January on NBC.”
According to TheWrap, NBC declined to comment on Crews's announcement, though a source told the site that an official airdate confirmation from the network is expected in the near future. While it was always known that "B99" would be getting a midseason premiere, it wasn't entirely clear just what that meant. Now, it looks like fans have a better idea of when to expect the show's much-anticipated return.
Excitement over this new season has been especially high, since the series had been abruptly canceled by original network Fox earlier this year. But thanks to the overwhelming support of fans (some of them quite famous), NBC was inspired to swoop in and rescue "Brooklyn," ensuring that the Nine-Nine will indeed live to quip another day.
We'll be eagerly awaiting word from the network on an exact premiere date. Nine-Nine!