Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Has Been Cancelled After Five Seasons

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Has Been Cancelled After Five Seasons

On Thursday afternoon, Fox axed comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" after five seasons.

One of the most devastating cancellations of the spring TV season seems to now be upon us - Fox has seemingly ended The Last Man on Earth after four seasons. Cast member Melissa Fumero said she is "still processing" the news, "don't have all the words. but".

In case those reasons weren't compelling enough, one fan left us with a hilarious scene from the show that proves it may just be one of the best comedies now on television. That means you'll get to see re-runs on networks other than FOX in the future, and potentially, extra revenue for some of the creative team.

As has Stephanie Beatriz, who plays fan favourite Detective Rosa Diaz.

The wave of support for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been overwhelming. This was probably an attempt to convince network execs to bring the show back but alas, it didn't end up working. The shocking news even prompted some of the series' celebrity fans to get in on the action.

Fox's cancellation of "Brooklyn Nine Nine" starring Andy Samberg was also somewhat expected- the rumor is that the team was planning to wind down the series in its Fifth season. Norman Howell won two Emmys for his stunt coordination and Andre Braugher earned three Emmy nominations for playing Captain Holt.

Fans on Twitter expressed outrage, including "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote, "I only watch like 4 things; this is one of the things".

Mark Hamill is also a fan.

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