Miller and Blocker play the precinct's bumbling veteran detectives Scully and Hitchcock, respectively. They join an impressive ensemble cast that includes Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Joe Lo Truglio, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz and comedian Chelsea Peretti. Both actors appeared in every episode of the sitcom's inaugural season.
The critically-acclaimed series won two Golden Globes earlier this year, one for best comedy and the other for Samberg in the lead actor category.
Miller is best known for his role as Don Embry on HBO's "Big Love." His other recent TV credits include "American Horror Story: Asylum," "Mob City," "Melissa & Joey" and "Good Luck Charlie." Blocker has guest starred on "Criminal Minds," "Deadwood" and "ER," among many other TV roles.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" ended its first season last Tuesday, March 25. The finale drew 2.6 million viewers and a 1.3 18-49 demo rating, up slightly from the week before.
Subscribe to this column to receive all of the latest TV news directly to your inbox.