Fox cancels 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Last Man on Earth'

Fox cancels 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Last Man on Earth'

Fox cancels 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Last Man on Earth'

The writing was on the wall for The Mick after the Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Last Man on Earth cancellations, which is probably not surprising as The Mick's life story closely mirrors the other two. There has been quite a massive outpouring from fans in the hours since the news was revealed.

Pictured: The show's co-creator and executive producer Dan Goor (left) and actors Andre Braugher (middle) and Andy Samberg (right) speaking onstage during the Fox portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in California on August 8, 2017. This could be the Roseanne Effectâ„¢ in play, with her show seeing huge ratings in this year of our Lord, 2018. Fans quickly realized that the series was something special and fell in love with both the characters and the storylines that continuously developed throughout the seasons.

Hopefully, Hulu will save Brooklyn Nine-Nine like it did with another fan-favorite previously canceled by Fox, The Mindy Project.

Up until the last minute, the show's stars were all hopeful that they would get a renewal for a sixth season, however their hopes have now been shattered by the confirmation of the show's cancellation. These last 5 years have been incredible.

It's no easy feat to be deemed as one of the most outstanding TV Shows aired to date and, despite its frank take on contemporary policing issues, fans have still found the show immensely enjoyable. Numerous show's cast members and celebrity fans are now expressing their disappointment over the news via social media.

'Brooklyn Nine Nine just got cancelled [sic] can't even breathe rn @FOXTV u guys just made the biggest mistake ever.

The show, named after the fictional precinct where it was set, also stars Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz and Chelsea Peretti.

However, all hope for the series is not yet lost.

Fox has canceled "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" after five seasons.

The Hollywood Reporter reports multiple outlets have fielded calls to Universal Television, the show's producers, to revive the show after Fox called it a day.

The series was produced by Universal Television, 3 Arts Entertainment, Fremulon and Dr. Goor Productions and executive-produced by Goor, Schur, David Miner and Luke Del Tredici.

It turns out that Lin-Manuel Miranda is a superfan and is ready to fight for the show.

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