Ranking the Best Seasons of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

This list features the best seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, listed from best to worst with pictures of season posters when available. Fans may debate which season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the best, but each installment of the live-action sitcom features memorable episodes. Some Brooklyn Nine-Nine seasons focus on Holt's leadership while other good seasons explore Jake and Amy's relationship. Although the show was canceled by Fox after its fifth season, NBC stepped in and picked the show up for a sixth season, adding it into the must-see lineup.

This list of Brooklyn Nine-Nine seasons has been voted on by fans from all over the world, helping to decide once and for all which collection of episodes starring Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, and Terry Crews are the best. Season One found Holt adapting to his new role as captain of "the 99" and later seasons detailed undercover missions good and bad.

Which Brooklyn Nine-Nine season is the best? Help us decide by giving your favorite Brooklyn Nine-Nine season a vote up.


  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 5
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    The fifth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 26, 2017, and contains 22 episodes. This season still focuses on love and law.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "The Big House: Part 1," "Bachelor/ette Party" and "99."

    Memorable moments from Season 5 include:

    • Rosa comes out as bisexual.
    • Gina returns from maternity leave.
    • Jake and Amy tie the knot.
    1,118 votes
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 2
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    The second season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 28, 2014, and contains 23 episodes. This season still focuses on the relationships and work of the precinct staff.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "Beach House," "Undercover" and "Halloween II."

    Memorable moments from Season 2 include:

    • Holt becomes head of the NYPD Public Affairs Division.
    • Charles and Gina become step-siblings.
    • Jake and Amy go undercover.
    828 votes
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 4
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    The fourth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 20, 2016, and contains 22 episodes. This season continues to focus on the precinct's personal and professional lives.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "The Fugitive," "Coral Palms: Part 2" and "The Swedes."

    Memorable moments from Season 4 include:

    • The squad takes down Figgis.
    • Jake and Amy move in together.
    • Jake and Rosa are framed as criminals.
    732 votes
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 3
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    The third season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 27, 2015, and contains 23 episodes. This season still focuses on the lives and careers of the 99 team.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "Halloween III," "The Funeral" and "The Swedes."

    Memorable moments from Season 3 include:

    • The precinct briefly gets a new captain.
    • Rosa starts dating Adrian.
    • Jake and Holt go into witness protection.
    745 votes
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 1
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    The first season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on September 17, 2013, and contains 22 episodes. This season focuses on the personal and professional lives of the officers of the 99th Precinct of the New York City Police Department.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "Operation: Broken Feather," "Pilot" and "The Tagger."

    Memorable moments from Season 1 include:

    • Raymond Holt becomes the captain of the precinct.
    • Charles gets shot.
    • Jake and Amy go on a date.
    741 votes
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 7
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    The seventh season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on February 6, 2019, and contains 13 episodes. This season focuses on Holt's struggle with his demotion and Jake and Amy's decision to have a baby.

    This season contains several memorable episodes including: "Manhunter," "The Takebacks" and "Lights Out."

    Memorable moments from Season 7 include:

    • Doug Judy invites Jake to attend his bachelor party in Miami.
    • Gina becomes an internet celebrity.Cheddar is kiddnapped.
    • Jake attempts to mend his father's relationship with his grandfather and break the "father-son curse."
    559 votes