Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) will do everything to prove Jake Peralta's (Andy Samberg) innocence in the coming “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5. In fact, fans might be surprised to see the changes in Charle's character in the police sitcom's return.

Last season, Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) and Jake were wrongfully accused of robbing a bank, a crime the two didn't commit. Of course, Charles will not allow his friend to stay behind bars for a long while, so he will do everything he can to set him free.

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Jake’s innocence

"He's determined to make sure that his friend's innocence is known to the rest of the world," Joe Lo Truglio told Entertainment Weekly. Charles has been tailing Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins (Gina Gershon) and is patiently waiting to catch her making some mistakes.

If this happens, he hopes that he can finally prove that his friends had nothing to do with the robbery. The 46-year-old star also teased that fans are about to see a different side of his role. "They've got a wonderful cold open to show his depression," he teased. The misery he has been feeling is said to be much worse than his breakup with Vivian Ludley (Marilu Henner).

Two new stars coming

On the other hand, Christian Post reported that Jake will be meeting more people inside the prison. In fact, there will be two new faces coming in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5.

Tim Meadows will be joining the television show as Caleb, Jake’s cellmate who is described as a cannibal. The series creator Dan Goor explained that Caleb is concerned for Jake, but they are now put into a “bind.” The two are removed from protective custody and taken to the general population.

Thus, in spite of having a new friend, Jake has to guard himself.

TV Overmind reported that Lou Diamond Phillips is also joining the series as an “erratic criminal mastermind.” Although the 55-year-old “Longmire” actor’s character name is not yet revealed, he might have the chance to interact with Jake this season.

Meanwhile, Phillips and Meadows have been in the business for a long while now and gracing a lot of television shows after their successful movie careers. As a matter of fact, Phillips is also part of Sam Elliott and Ashton Kutcher’s “The Ranch.” Alternatively, Meadows can be seen in various series since he appeared in “Grown Ups 2.” The two are known for being character actors with recurring roles in different programs so their names will still stick out even to the younger generations.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 5 is set to return on September 26, 2017, on Fox.