Brooklyn Nine-Nine May Live On After Being Canceled

Brooklyn Nine-Nine May Live On After Being Canceled

Brooklyn Nine-Nine May Live On After Being Canceled

Pleading: Another viewer tweeted: 'Heard Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled. According to the publication Hulu, which is the series SVOD home, is looking to be the most likely choice, and conversations have been taking place about the show moving to the service.

On Thursday, Fox announced its decision to cancel the show. Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, Chelsea Peretti, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker also star.

Both Hulu and Netflix would be an ideal move for the series, compared to a move to NBC or TBS.

THR's sources said Universal TV has "plans to fight to revive the series" after seeing the instant outpouring of support on social media after the show was surprisingly cancelled. On Friday morning there was chatter that Hulu or Netflix would rescue the show.

"Hey everyone, just wanted to say no big deal but". Twitter blew up at the news with #Brooklyn99 and #RenewB99 trending frequently throughout the day.

A new report by Vanity Fair has sparked a lot of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" rumors online.

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We're a little biased, so we hope Netflix picks up the series for more episodes. Last year, the network canceled Timeless only to reverse course days later following an empassioned pitch from producers Sony Pictures Television.

Other early cancellations include Fox's The Last Man on Earth and The Mick (The Mick had been expected to return back in early April); and CBS freshman comedies 9JKL and Living Biblically.

The current fifth season of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" still has two episodes to air of its current season, meaning the finale will be on May 20th.

Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) tweeted that Brooklyn Nine Nine was one of only four shows he enjoys and should be kept!

Deadline also mentioned TBS as a potential home, since TBS picked up the off-network rights to "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", and the network is run by the guy who developed and picked up the show while running Fox.

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