If you thought to yourself that it was a painfully long time since new episodes of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' were added to Netflix, you're not alone.

The social media person running Netflix's Ireland and UK Twitter account tends to agree with you, and in the course of their announcement of the air date, we all caught a glimpse of what it must be like to run a Twitter account for an international entertainment conglomerate. In short, it sounds like a f*cking nightmare.

Anyway, Netflix today confirmed that the seventh season of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' is due to arrive on the Irish and UK library on March 26th. The seventh season consists of 13 episodes, and was the second season commissioned by NBC following its cancellation on Fox.

The finale of the last season - apologies if you didn't catch up with the series - saw Holt demoted back to a patrol officer after he accidentally revealed to Wuntch that he only spent a month on beat patrol before he was transferred to the detectives' bureau at the start of his career.

Meanwhile, Terry's transfer to Staten Island doesn't go through as the budget is eventually extended to allow him to stay, while deputy commissioner Kelly's crimes are eventually revealed - with Wuntch becoming deputy commissioner while Kelly is suspended.

So, until March 26th, we'll just have to subsist on YouTube clips. Here's one.