Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Jesus Walton

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 to premiere in 2019

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 to premiere in 2019

Just one day after Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled by Fox, NBC chose to pick it up, and Fumero said that was the last network the cast expected to end up on. Season 6 of the series will air on the new network, bringing star Andy Samberg back home.

With all of this positivity and love being spread around by NBC, one has to wonder if Brooklyn Nine-Nine is really on the bubble when it comes to a seventh season at all.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Melissa Fumero tells People and EW that the cast was shocked by the news - in the best way possible. Crews also touched base on the fact that Brooklyn Nine-Nine had its share of high-profile celebrity fans among those grieving over its cancellation by Fox, including the likes of Mark Hamill, Guillermo Del Toro, and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

And with the season finale of Timeless on tap for Sunday night - and ending on a massive cliffhanger - Greenblatt remained mum on the show's future at NBC. The streaming network will continue to benefit from Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

"Since we sold a show to Fox, I wished I had made it".

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Dana Walden, chairman and CEO of Fox Television group, announced in a 2018 programming presentation for the press on Monday that the network doesn't regret their decision in giving "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" the axe.

New episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine will still be added to Hulu, most likely, after the episodes air on NBC. Recently, both FOX and NBC discussed the TV show's cancellation and season six pick up, reports Variety and The Hollywood Reporter.

"We always wondered how it would do if it was prioritized more", she said.

Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing", canceled a year ago by ABC, is being resurrected by Fox next season because it's a "great comedy" and not as a conservative statement, Fox executives said Monday. "We knew there were conversations that were going on with other platforms and I'm really happy for the whole team". Observing that the debate between "single-cam versus multicam" has been ongoing, Greenblatt noted: "I think you want the best cam".

Confirming on Friday that the sixth season would be returning, there was plenty of speculation as to why they made the choice to save a show, which was on a downward spiral as far as Nielsen ratings are concerned since the first season.

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