'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' review: A 10-tie situation of funny

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is the newest offering from Dan Goor and Michael Schur, the creative team behind NBC's critically-acclaimed comedy "Parks and Recreation." It chronicles the titular police precinct, led by Det. Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), Det. Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) and newly-appointed Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher). Like "Parks and Rec," this workplace comedy has a plethora of comedic storylines at its disposal -- in fact, "Brooklyn" arguably has more, being set in a police department in the biggest city in the U.S., as opposed to a local government office in a small Indiana town. Also like "Parks and Rec," while there is a "Saturday Night Live" alum as the quote-unquote star, the supporting cast is rich and varied. Finally, like "Parks and Rec," the heart is apparent from the get-go, which is what every great comedy needs at its core.Samberg's Peralta is a goofball -- would you expect anything less from the comedian? --...



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