Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 4) (2016)

This gentle, escapist sitcom – which continues to feel like a modernized, likable “Spin City” set in a police precinct – found its groove a long time ago, and manages to maintain the momentum throughout this fourth season as well. Chelsea Peretti continues to steal scenes left and right, while the show has also softened Stephanie Beatriz’s Diaz while relaxing Joe Lo Truglio’s Boyle, insuring that the show’s interactions don’t grow tired and repetitive. The show repeats its own format of writing itself into a corner by the end of the season, so it’ll be interesting to see where it goes from now.

Rating: ★★★★ (out of 5)

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