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The cast and producers of Golden Globe-winning Fox comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” took to the New York City backlot of Universal Studios for a “Steak-Out” block party-cum-panel discussion (moderated by Jordan Peele) to celebrate Television Academy members, who turned out in droves for the Thursday night event.

New York taxis, NYPD cars and food trucks serving up burgers, curly fries and cheese quesadillas helped authenticate the scene, where stars Andy Samberg and Melissa Fumero, who play fellow detectives in the New York City police department, admitted that acting together on set was more “fun” than actual work.

“Even when we’re exhausted we’re having so much fun,” said Fumero. “We all feel so lucky because we all get along so well on set, which doesn’t always happen. We genuinely all like each other as human beings. So acting together in scenes is a joy.”

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