After eight fun-filled seasons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has come to an end.
…Your sadness is noted. When you feel ready to move on and find that next great series, here are 15 shows that TV Time users who watched B99 also love. Check them out below!
Earn and his cousin Alfred try to make their way in the world through Atlanta’s rap scene, coming face-to-face with social and economic issues along the way.
14. The Office
Alright, you’ve probably seen this one… but perhaps you’ll want to binge it again? Watch a group of office workers in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where the everyday work day consists of ego clashes and inappropriate behavior.
13. Queer Eye
Looking for more heartfelt, teary-eyed moments? Watch this Netflix reality series where the “Fab Five” help people in need of lifestyle makeovers.
12. That ‘70s Show
Dive into this multicam sitcom revolving around a group of teenage friends and their coming of age in 1970s Wisconsin.
11. Master of None
Loosely based on Aziz Ansari's real-life experiences, a New York-based actor struggles to identify what he really wants, both personally and professionally.
10. Schitt’s Creek
This Emmy Award-winning comedy about the Rose family brings the laughs and all the feels. A wealthy family suddenly finds themselves completely broke with only one remaining asset – a small town called Schitt's Creek.
9. Derry Girls
Love a throwback reference? Go back to the ‘90s with Derry Girls, as Erin and her friends navigate their teen years in Northern Ireland.
Get into a dramedy about a professional hitman. Bill Hader stars as Barry Berkman, a hitman who wants to leave his life behind to focus on his newfound passion – acting.
When a man undergoes a mysterious treatment to fix his life, he ends up with a cloned version of himself and must keep the mistake hidden.
Go to "Cloud 9" and follow a group of employees working at a fictional big-box store.
5. Space Force
Meet the group tasked with creating a sixth branch of the armed services — The U.S. Space Force — in this Netflix comedy.
Follow three generations of a Cuban-American family living in the same house: a newly-divorced, former-military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old-school mother.
Leave the precinct for community college! A band of misfits form a study group and end up learning a lot more about themselves than they do about their course work.
If you love a quotable comedy like B99, try Arrested Development. Michael Bluth tries to keep his family and business from collapsing after his father is sent to prison for embezzling money.
Another beloved series co-created by Mike Schur centers on Leslie Knope, as she leads the Pawnee, Indiana parks and rec department to make their town a better place.