‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Could Be Saved

May 11 11:47 2018

USA broadcast network Fox has cancelled a raft of comedies including long-running police series Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

You probably heard the news; FOX canceled Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons amid poor ratings, according to a report from Deadline, although the show is one of the best comedies on TV right now. While it could still be picked up by another network or a streaming service (and the amount of buzz around this has Hulu reportedly interested), for now it looks as though the show will be gone after its season finale May 20.

While the prospect of an alternate network picking up a cancelled show used to mostly be a rumour created to give fans false hope, fan outrage has repeatedly succeeded in doing just that over recent years.

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While Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a sad cancellation, it’s possibly not that surprising.

Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, the show will continue to air the remaining episodes on Thursdays at 9pm on E4, with the previous seasons available to stream on Netflix.

Melissa Fumero (Amy), Stephanie Beatriz (Rosa) and Joe LoTruglio (Charles) have all made statements on Twitter about the show. Thank you for all your love and support.

Meanwhile, The Last Man on Earth starred Will Forte as one of the few survivors of some global catastrophe, alongside Kristin Schaal, January Jones and Mary Steenburgen. “It means the world to me and everyone else who works on the show”, he wrote.

Fox is planning an official presentation next week on their new line-up where we may have more information for you on what other changes are coming to the network.

Numerous series’ celebrity fans voiced their sentiments over the cancellation as well.

In its time on air, the series also earned a fair amount of awards attention.

According to a report from Deadline, Hulu has certainly taken note about the huge fan reaction that has overtaken the internet in the hours that followed the cancellation. E4 is still airing the remainder of the fifth season in the UK. Negotiations with Universal TV went down to the wire a year ago, with the comedy able to clinch a Season 4 renewal.

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Could Be Saved
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