Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season Six; FOX & NBC Talk Cancellation & Revival

Off-network sales are becoming a relic as outside studios are forced to give up a piece of ownership in TV's new vertically aligned world

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Fox has now spoken out about one of the most shocking renewals during this television season - its revival of ABC's Last Man Standing.

Walden also explained why Fox chose to move forward with the Tim Allen show while canceling the beloved Brooklyn Nine-Nine. "We tried to move "Last Man Standing" over past year when ABC decided not to move forward".

Here's a look at the Fox fall schedule, with new shows in CAPS.

"Last Man Standing", the sitcom starring Allen, will air at 8 p.m.

Get more information about Fox's fall lineup here.

"And the show never really delves deeply into political viewers". Gotham will also be held until the winter after being picked up for a fifth and final season over the weekend.

There are no plans "at the moment" to do another season of "The X- Files", said Michael Thorn, president, entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. Also, a second installment of "Cosmos" will air.

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"We're really pleased with how "The X-Files" did this past season", Thorn said. Its new home at Fox aligns the show's network and studio, an increasingly common trend in broadcast where a vertically integrated ownership structure has become key to a show's financial viability. There aren't a ton of new series on the FOX lineup, but the strategy is largely built around the addition of Thursday Night Football debuting this fall. It's based on the life of Lil Rel Howery, who stars as a Chicago dad who finds out his wife is having an affair, and must rebuild his life as a single father, following a divorce. "We think its a amusing show and audience responded to it... and we thought there was an opportunity there for us particularly after adding Thursday Night Football". The series stars four comedy veterans: David Alan Grier (The Carmichael Show, In Living Color), Martin Mull (Veep, Roseanne), Leslie Jordan (Will and Grace, American Horror Story) and Vicki Lawrence (Mama's Family, The Carol Burnett Show). "The Cool Kids" pilot was co-written by Charlie Day, best known as an executive producer and cast member of the FX comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". "We didn't have the right opportunity". The drama stars Rachelle Lefevre ("Under the Dome", "A Gifted Man"), Vincent Kartheiser ("Mad Men"), Russell Hornsby ("Seven Seconds", "Grimm"), Brian d'Arcy James ("13 Reasons Why", "Spotlight") and Tony Award victor Nikki M. James ("BrainDead", "The Good Wife", "The Book of Mormon").

"Proven Innocent" was co-created by Danny Strong, a co-creator of Fox's hip-hop drama "Empire".

But why did Fox cancel the series in the first place?

Thursdays are dedicated to football. Joe Buck will be the play-by-play broadcaster and Troy Aikman, the analyst, Fox announced Monday.

"And we've been talking to Tim throughout the year, as Gary [Newman, fellow Chairman and CEO of Fox Television Group] said a little bit earlier", Walden continued. It really limited the opportunities to schedule Brooklyn.

Tuesday's episode of the show was the No. 1 program in primetime among adults 18-49 and ticked up in Nielsen overnight ratings.

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