Which is a bummer, because he's pretty much the star.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine's" Andy Samberg on "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective": "I've watched that movie probably more than any movie on earth. Jim Carrey would make a good partner for Jake."
Yep, Andy Samberg and Patton Oswalt punched each other on Tuesday (Nov. 19) night's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
Tonight on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) will commit a crime: He’ll show up to work with a spectacular
Andy Samberg made an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” to plug the new best sitcom on television,”Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and to share about his wedding in Big Sur. The highlight of the appearance is the buzz surrounding “Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s” post-Super Bowl time slot and Samberg’s dramatic staging of his Super Bowl cameo in the lower third during the big game.
Following in the steps of other police-drama parody shows like Andy Samberg’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Steve Carrell will write and direct his own cop comedy series for TBS.
The cast of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" thanked real police officers in Beverly Hills... and begged for special treatment. Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews and the rest of the "Brooklyn" cast kicked off the 25th Annual Beverly Hills...Show More Summary
Craig Robinson will guest star in an upcoming episode of Fox’s freshman comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Robinson will play a small-time criminal named Doug Judy who has information about a cold case Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) has been investigating for years, according to Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary
Andy Samberg was a presenter at the Elle Magazine Women in Hollywood Party on Oct. 21, and he spent plenty of time mocking the fact there is a backlash to Melissa McCarthy's cover at all.
“Talk about a kerfuffle!” Andy Samberg said while poking fun at the situation in a hilarious way – read his whole speech – US Weekly Cee Lo Green gets booked for ecstasy – TMZ Check out this Fifth Harmony interview – Just Jared Jr The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will hit theaters in China – [...]
It's a big day for TV renewal news - first CBS picked up three of its new shows, and now Fox has good news for fans of Andy Samberg. Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been picked up for a full season, bringing its episode order to 22. It's been doing well in its timeslot on Fox's Tuesday comedy block, and it's been cracking us up too. Have you been watching?
Fox has picked up its rookie cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a full season, giving the show nine more episodes to continue building its audience and maybe solve some real crimes. So many crimes going unsolved while Andy Samberg and Co. Show More Summary
The Andy Samberg comedy will also join "New Girl" and air after the Super Bowl in February. read more
Fox has found Brooklyn Nine-Nine to be so arresting, the comedy has been given a full season! Set in a police precinct, the workplace comedy — which stars Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher — has... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Andre Braugher Andy Samberg Michael Schur Parks and Recreation New Girl Brooklyn Nine-Nine Dan Goor
This is probably the biggest vote of confidence ever bestowed on a freshman show that had just posted a 1.4 rating in adults 18-49 — Fox has given a Back 9 order to new comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and has picked the Andy Samberg/Andre Brauer-starring show to air alongside New Girl after the network’s broadcast of Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. Show More Summary
Andy Samberg’s Fox comedy is getting a full season. Fox has picked up another nine episodes of Tuesday comedy Brooklyn
Some of our favorite TV characters are often unlucky in love. They just can’t seem to find The One —
Andy Samberg’s “Brooklyn Nine Nine” character, Detective Jake Peralta is seated at his desk at the police precinct, head in hands and hung over when he receives an antidote from fellow detective Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero), one handed down by her grandfather: a glass of raw egg yolks. Show More Summary
NBC has let a string of shows with its network comedy veterans leave the fold to seek greener pastures at Fox over these past few development seasons: Mindy Kaling on The Mindy Project, Andy Samberg on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Tina Fey’s women’s college series, and now John Mulaney’s retooled series. Show More Summary