While we wait to see what life at NBC holds for the "Nine-Nine" crew, you can sit back and rewatch all the antics from the precinct over the last five years, streaming now on Hulu.
Fox also unveiled its fall lineup Monday. Robert Greenblat, the NBC Entertainment chairman who passed on the show, has already expressed contrition at letting it slip through his fingers.
For Fox, the show had become very expensive to float with an escalating license fee to producer Universal.
"Hamilton" creator Lin Manuel-Miranda tweeted, "RENEW BROOKLYN NINE NINE I ONLY WATCH LIKE 4 THINGS THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS #RenewB99", while Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro called the show "majestic". "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". "We jumped on it really quickly, and we're thrilled to have it".
A follow-up question was asked about why they would cancel Brooklyn Nine-Nine and renew Last Man Standing, and the answer was that Brooklyn Nine-Nine had more hard point of entry than Last Man Standing and that Last Man Standing was averaging more than double the viewers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine week in and week out. It's the only one of the four biggest broadcast networks with more viewers than last season, although that would not have been the case without the Winter Olympics and Super Bowl. It will be worth watching to see if the reality singing competition, which is still a strong contender in the time slot, can be used to introduce the new series. Today, it's roughly half that.
On the other hand, the season 5 finale will feature the highly-anticipated wedding of Amy and Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg). Greenblatt said the transition has been smooth and it has been business as usual. Has your favorite show been put down yet?
Gotham will return to Fox at midseason for a fifth and final run that will focus on the transformation of young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) into Batman.
Wednesdays will be all about Dick Wolf, with "Chicago Med", "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago P.D." airing back-to-back in the fall. All are products of television veteran Dick Wolf's production studio. We ordered it throughout five seasons. It's believed to be the first sitcom to be shot outdoors in front of a live audience.
Starting at the end of May, NBC will start a spinoff of its highly rated summer series "America's Got Talent: The Champions".
"New Amsterdam", on Tuesday, is a medical series based in New York's Bellevue Hospital.
The announcement came as a shock to fans, including a number of famous faces, who took to social media to vent their anger. With Thursday Night Football, there were two fewer hours to program. Let us know in the comment section below! All landed on the scrap heap.
Earlier on Friday, Fox announced it was reviving Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing", one year after the show was canceled by ABC.
Just a day after Fox unexpectedly canceled the critically acclaimed comedy series, NBC did not let the fans down and rescued the show from being included in the list of canceled series this season.
Rumours of Brooklyn Nine-Nine's demise were greatly exagg.well, they were exactly right actually. The stars include David Alan Grier, Martin Mull and Vicki Lawrence.
[Brooklyn Nine-Nine] fits into our brand of comedy in many ways better than it fits into Fox's brand of comedy...
One midseason alternative-reality series is "The Titan Games", pitting six contenders in battles of "mind, body and heart" - beyond sheer brute strength. Now, the LEGO Brooklyn Nine-Nine video is a celebration of the show's return.