“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Return Set For January

NBC has set a Thursday January 10th premiere date for the sixth season of the cult cop comedy hit series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” which makes the leap to the Peacock from FOX.

The series will take over the 9pm timeslot currently occupied by “Will & Grace”. NBC Thursdays will kick off with the Dwayne Johnson-led reality competition series “Titan Games” at 8pm leading into ‘Brooklyn’ and then “The Good Place” at 9:30pm with “Will & Grace” returning to take over that later slot once ‘Good Place’ finishes.

Additionally, NBC’s freshman Thursday comedy “I Feel Bad” will wrap its first season run at thirteen episodes with no plans for more episode to be produced, the extension of the order for ‘Brooklyn’ by a full six episodes first suggested that ‘Feel Bad’ was in trouble.