There are a few more months before the summer TV drought ends and everyone's favorite shows come back on the air. Some of the most highly anticipated series that will air this fall are "Riverdale"'s second season, "Jane the Virgin"'s fourth season (both on The CW), "Superstore" Season 3 on NBC, and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Season 5 on FOX.

On the superhero front, there's also "The Flash" and "Supergirl" which are both returning with their fourth and third seasons respectfully this October. As viewers patiently wait for the return of their favorite TV shows this fall, some are just getting caught up.

Take for example "Hellboy" and "Pacific Rim" director, Guillermo del Toro, who recently took to Twitter to share his appreciation for the Andy Samberg-led comedy, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."

Guillermo del Toro is a fan of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

The award-winning director, who is best known for his work in "Pan's Labyrinth" (2006), "Hellboy" (2004), "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" and "Pacific Rim" (2013), recently tweeted that he is just now watching "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and is thoroughly enjoying it. The 52-year old director described the Dan Goor and Mike Schur-created series as a show with "Gentle spirit but precisely-timed humor. Soul comfort food." Del Toro even said he's "loving it."

Director praises ensemble cast of FOX comedy

Guillermo Del Toro, who admitted that he had just finished Season 2 of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," credits the ensemble cast behind the series.

The Golden Globe Award-winning FOX comedy stars Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio and Chelsea Peretti as cops in the 99th precinct of Brooklyn, New York. According to del Toro, "Every main character has delivered at least once or twice great moments of emotional payload.

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Andre Braugher shines as Brooklyn's first black gay captain

Andre Braugher, who plays Captain Raymond Holt on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is one of the most commended actors in the very diverse cast.

His unique role as the first black gay captain in Brooklyn has made him a unique character to play, and Braugher's performance has earned him a Satellite Award, as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination and Primetime Emmy Award nomination for the supporting actor category. Renowned director Guillermo del Toro has nothing but praises for Braugher as well, taking to Twitter to write, "Braugher is a treasure—the WHOLE cast is."

Stephanie Beatriz reacts to Guillermo del Toro's tweets

Guillermo del Toro's tweets about "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" didn't go unnoticed among the cast members, as Stephanie Beatriz, who plays the tough as nails Detective Rosa Diaz on the show, also tweeted her appreciation, calling it "the greatest moment." "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" season 5 premieres on FOX on September 26.