The protests all around the world and especially in the United States, have not only risen the talks of Black Community treatment. But also the way series project them. In the hour of need, it’s not just the celebrities, and ordinary people are protesting against the injustice, even series have decided to contribute. The hit Netflix series Brooklyn Nine-Nine makers have decided to support the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Will Re-Write The Script For Season 8
Terry Crews, who plays the role of Seargent Terry Jeffords in the hit Netflix series Brooklyn Nine-Nine revealed some of the upcoming changes for season 8. He revealed that they all were in a Zoom call with the showrunner Dan Goor.
They talked about the BLM movement. He said that the team was all ready to shoot the first four episodes for Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8. But with all the protests happening around, they decided to chuck the script and invent a new one!
Crews added that they had had deep conversations about the on-going scenario. And it was the time that they make some groundbreaking changes through their series. They have a huge platform and an opportunity, and they wish to use it for the best. He further added that as of now, he doesn’t know what exactly the direction will be for Brooklyn Season 8. But he knows that the team will be in it together.
Terry Crews Took Us Through Dark Phases Of His Life As A “Black Man”
During the interview, Crew recalled some of his own experiences growing up as a “Black Man.” He talked about an incident with the police before he became a famous actor. Crews said that the police thought of him as a ‘threat’ as he was walking near to the mall in Los Angeles. And within no time, he had guns on his face by the police officers. But they soon realized that he was not the one they were looking for. He concluded that this type of incident almost every Black man has gone through in their lives.