The much-loved Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming back, with official confirmation today that season seven will be blazing onto our screens with a one-hour premiere episode.

Stephanie Beatriz, aka Rosa Diaz, revealed the Die Hard-themed poster earlier today on Instagram, along with the return date of February 6.

She captioned the image “coolcoolcoolcoolcool”, which is a fair summary of our feelings as well:

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After its cancellation by FoxBrooklyn Nine-Nine moved to NBC for its sixth season, which saw the team going up against a corrupt police commissioner.

In Australia, you can catch it on SBS and SBS On Demand on the same day it premieres in the US.

Though the bulk of the cast returned for season six, Chelsea Peretti announced that she would no longer be a regular cast member, but hinted at future guest appearances.

NBC has also announced an end date for its beloved sitcom The Good Place, revealing that the show will bow out forever on January 30th, with a 90-minute episode.

The finale will be followed by a Seth Myers-hosted special, with cast members Ted Danson, Kristen Bell, Jameela Jamil, William Jackson Harper, D’Arcy Carden and Manny Jacinto.

New episodes of The Good Place stream on Netflix every Friday here in Australia, although it’s unclear at this point whether we will also be getting this special.