Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast thank fans for support as show cancelled

Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast thank fans for support as show cancelled

Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast thank fans for support as show cancelled

Its final two episodes have yet to air, bringing the series' total to 112.

Normally Detective Jake Peralta would enjoy being compared to a fictional loose cannon cop but this is a decidedly sad pop culture reference as Brooklyn Nine-Nine is no more. Samberg didn't carry the show by himself. He was the moral compass, but also provided so much unexpected comic relief. On top of that, Michael Schur and Dan Goor created the series.

Fox just cut three comedies from its lineup: "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", "The Mick", and "The Last Man on Earth". This could be the Roseanne Effectâ„¢ in play, with her show seeing huge ratings in this year of our Lord, 2018.

Sad news for Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans: the comedy has been canceled. Braugher won a Critics Choice Television Award in 2014 and 2016. From a creative standpoint, canceling Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a huge mistake, and I'll be curious to see if any other network is interested in picking this show up. Right now nearly 52,000 tweets have been posted mourning the loss of a genuinely delightful hilarious show. But as is so often the case (unless your NBC's Timeless), a vocal fan base isn't enough to save a series that's struggling to pull in the kind of live numbers necessary to keep it afloat. The main cast has multiple POC and proper Latinx and LGBTQ+ representation. It's not that far-fetched of an idea.

Not sure if the shows would find new homes like TBS or Netflix, but Fox probably wouldn't allow that anyway. And Hulu, as it did with Mindy, already has a deal in place to stream Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes.

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