Satirical biopic in which singer Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) overcomes adversity to become a musical legend.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Last Day (Parts 1 and 2) Season 8, Ep 9
In the series finale, the precinct squad goes on one final adventure together in a two-parter (episodes 9 and 10) with guest stars, twists, and surprises.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Renewal First Watch Season 8, Ep 8
Rosa and Cheddar have a staredown, Terry and Amy attempt a Billy Joel memorabilia sting, and Jake and Raymond try to infiltrate a basement.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Game of Boyles First Watch Season 8, Ep 7
In an homage to the film Knives Out, Jake investigates possible foul play in the death of the Boyles' patriarch.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Set Up Season 8, Ep 6
Jake is wrong, and who could have predicted that there would be consequences for his actions? Despite unwanted support from those who would try to make those consequences disappear? [more inside]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: PB&J First Watch Season 8, Ep 5
A smorgasbord, a three-vehicle road trip, a rap about sandals, misdirected phone calls, and a pen. Or: a serious question about the limits of loyalty and friendship.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Balancing Season 8, Ep 4
It is, in fact, extremely difficult to simultaneously pursue two careers and do caretaking. Also, Rosa's temporary flatmate is having a tough time.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Blue Flu First Watch Season 8, Ep 3
The squad takes a multipronged approach to investigating unusual goings-on at their own precinct. Raymond Holt has two very frustrating conversations.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Lake House First Watch Season 8, Ep 2
The squad -- and a few people who aren't on it -- visit Kevin's and Raymond's vacation house, with interludes for birdwatching, caretaking, cardiovascular exercise, potato chip ranking, and surprisingly uninterrupted sleep.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Good Ones Season 8, Ep 1
Jake and Rosa team up in an unusual configuration to work an unusually difficult case; Amy suspects something odd is happening in her work relationship with Captain Holt.
A film of an adaptation of the Shakespeare play, performed at the Bridge Theatre in London, available via the National Theatre in the UK's NT At Home. Starring Gwendoline Christie, Oliver Chris, David Moorst, and Hammed Animashaun. Available to watch for free via YouTube till 7pm UK time on Thursday 2 July. (More about the production, including a full cast list.) [more inside]