Recently, Andy Samberg began promoting his new show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," a modern riff on the procedural cop shows that can be found on every TV station at every hour of the day while channel surfing. Basically, it's not your parents or grandparents' cop show.
For the actor, who is used to the grueling hours of working at "Saturday Night Live," the program that gave the actor his start, working on a more traditional television comedy is a blessing.
“It’s much less stressful, because the hardest part of 'SNL' for me was having to create something new every week, and with this I have scripts handed to me every week that are great,” Andy said. “The hardest part has been waking up early, versus staying up incredibly late with 'SNL,' which is much more my element,” he said with a laugh.
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