Fox's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," starring Andre Braugher, left, and Andy Samberg, will be on after the Super Bowl.
Fox is giving its rookie sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" some super exposure.
The network not only committed to a full 22-episode season of the comedy about a police precinct full of crazy characters, it said that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," which stars Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, would be part of its post-Super Bowl programming plans.
Fox will pair "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" with a special episode of "New Girl" after its coverage of the big game ends.
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Typically, the Super Bowl, which is played in early February, is the most-watched television event of the season. The time slot after the game is coveted because of the potential size of the remaining audience.
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