‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ off to a strong start

From left: Andy Samberg, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, and Andre Braugher in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
From left: Andy Samberg, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, and Andre Braugher in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”Beth Dubber/FOX

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The creators of the cop-shop sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” – Daniel Goor and Michael Schur of “Parks and Recreation” – handle Andy Samberg perfectly. His adult kid, Detective Jake Peralta, is an important part of the workplace ensemble, but he doesn’t overwhelm the show. While’s he’s prominent in the premiere, Tuesday at 8:30 p.m., he’s balanced out by the promise of a strong cast, most notably Andre Braugher as the tough new house captain.

Just as Goor and Schur have built an extraordinarily faceted ensemble on “Parks and Recreation,” they’ve stocked the precinct house in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” with potential. From the klutzy Joe Lo Truglio (“Reno 911”) to the witheringly sardonic Chelsea Peretti, there’s an embarrassment of riches here.

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