Captain Holt, a newly wedded Jake and Amy, and the rest of the Nine-Nine have moved to NBC, and now a premiere date has been set. Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s set to start on Thursday, January 10, and will air in the Thursday 9 PM slot currently occupied by Will & Grace. The Andy Samberg-led workplace comedy went from canceled at Fox last spring to renewed for a sixth season at NBC this winter.
The news isn’t so good for the Amy Poehler-produced family sitcom I Feel Bad, which will wrap its freshman run with its original 13-episode order. NBC has not called this a cancellation, but the Thursday show has struggled to get the ratings and reviews it’d hoped, making a second season highly unlikely.
The rest of the network’s Thursday night line-up includes The Titan Games, debuting on January 3 from 8-10 PM and airing in its regular Thursday 8-9 PM slot beginning January 10. Fan-forking-favorite The Good Place will move from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM following Brooklyn beginning January 10, and air in that time slot through its season finale on January 24. It will then be succeeded in the 9:30 PM half-hour by Will & Grace, moving into a new time slot beginning January 31.