‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ season five is coming to Netflix – here’s when you can tune in

Season six hits US screens tomorrow

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season five will soon be made available to watch on Netflix UK, the streaming platform has confirmed.

At present, fans are only able to view the first four seasons of the police sitcom on demand. Ever since the fifth instalment aired on E4 in the UK last year, Netflix users have been asking the company when it will arrive on the service.

Ahead of the show returning for season six in the US tomorrow (January 10), it has now been announced that the fifth season will be available to binge-watch via Netflix from March 8.

Taking to their official Twitter account, Netflix retweeted a fan who posted: “Clear your schedule because ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ season 5 is coming to on March 8th! very noice!”

Netflix said that they decided to let the viewer share the news as she had been asking when season five would arrive “basically every day for the last few months”. Check out the exchange below.

Meanwhile, the show’s executive producer Dan Goor recently discussed the “pressure” he feels to keep fans happy.

“We are committed to making the same kind of show for the same kind of audience,” Goor told Variety. “I always feel a tremendous amount of pressure to make the fans happy and make sure they enjoy the show.”

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Speaking of any potential changes due to the show’s move to a new network, he added that the new series will be “more of the same, I hope, in a good way.”

Elsewhere, Amy Santiago’s (Melissa Fumero) #MeToo storyline has been previewed. “I’ve never done an episode like this,” Fumero told TVLine. “You see a side of her that you’ve never seen before.”