Thursday, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled by Fox. Friday, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has a new home.
It’s pretty rare that a canceled show successfully finds a home someplace else. Although, it didn’t get amazing ratings, NBC thought it’d be a great fit for their comedy brand.
The show was produced by NBC for Fox anyways, so they’ve been watching it for five seasons which is why they jumped on it so quickly. Fans were happy about it.
Me reading brooklyn nine nine is safe pic.twitter.com/qNbh9OCfJQ
— char♡ (@deadlyprincesss) May 12, 2018
Celebrating the renewal of #BROOKLYN99 the only way I know how…by remaking the intro in LEGO >> https://t.co/YqK8Db5PgP ❤️🚨@thelonelyisland @nbc @djgoor @melissafumero @JoeLoTruglio @chelseaperetti @iamstephbeatz @terrycrews pic.twitter.com/DjdvWzFyRd
— 🐻 (@Bearskopff) May 12, 2018
Season 6 will make its debut on NBC in 2019.