Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 has a premiere date!
NBC announced Thursday that the comedy former Fox comedy will be part of its revamped Thursday night schedule.
It will debut January 10th at 9/8c in Will & Grace's slot.
The latter is slated to return to the air on January 31st but will be bumped 30 minutes later with B99 serving as its lead-in for the rest of its run.
Will & Grace Season 10 is averaging just 3.5 million viewers and a 0.9 rating in the demo. The show has slipped over 40 percent in the demo year-to-year.
I Feel Bad will wrap its low-rated freshman season in December with NBC maintaining that the decision was based on the shows the network has on tap for midseason.
The Good Place Season 3 will air out of Brooklyn Nine-Nine in January to wrap its third season. Yes, there are a lot of changes for the Peacock network.
The biggest of which is trimming the two-hour comedy block to just one-hour until March. This move also means that Superstore will be off the air after its fall finale until March.
Dwayne Johnson's new athletic competition series, The Titan Games was previously slated to launch on Wednesdays, but given the success of the Chicago trifecta on that night, it has decided to shake up Thursdays.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was canceled in Fox back in May, but NBC swooped in to save the day after there was an outcry from fans to bring it back.
The initial order was for 13 episodes, but five more episodes were ordered in September.
Okay, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fanatics!
The show is returning VERY soon!
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