Adam Samberg goes back to TV in Police comedy ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

Posted in Here Comes the Fall, TV
By Sam Bathe on 4 Sep 2013

Though Adam Samberg film career has been patchy over the last couple of years – and hopefully he’ll never be dragged into doing another Adam Sandler movie again – projects like Celeste And Jesse Forever and his work on SNL prove he’s an undeniably talented actor. In Police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Samberg returns to the small screen as goony but gifted detective Jake Peralta. Used to playing around all day while still solving the crimes that are put on his plate, when a new captain takes charge of his precinct, things are about to change, and at last, Peralta might have to actually grow up. Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs Tuesdays on Fox, premiering September 17th.

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