FOX Just Cancelled Most of Its Best Comedies

Joann Johnston
May 11, 2018

The US broadcaster also today announced the end of fellow comedies The Last Man On Earth - which has been shown on Dave in the United Kingdom - and The Mick. Netflix is in the market for making great TV, and there's a great show on the market.

After five seasons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine the series has been canceled by Fox.

Thankfully, Brooklyn Nine-Nine's cancelation comes after the show hit the 100-episode mark, and has since gone into syndication.

Members of the cast as well as celebs who love the show tweeted their sadness about the show's cancellation. Lim-Manuel Miranda wants the show to be renewed for another season.

Surprisingly, Fox has also chose to terminate "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" - a shocking move considering that it's the network's highest-rated live-action comedy series this season with a 1.3 adults in Nielsen's Live+7 rating, according to Deadline. And Kevin Reilly, the current head of the network, was actually the executive who initially helped develop the show.

The show's co-creator, Dan Goor, thanks fans for their support.

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Prepare to farewell to your favourite detectives (and Scully & Hitchcock...) as it's just been announced that Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been cancelled.

Although there will be no new episodes (for now), Brooklyn Nine-Nine had a TBS syndication deal in December. We have the best fans.

While the show has grown substantially, in terms of subject matter confronted onscreen, the viewership did drop from 2.9 million viewers in season four to 2.7 million viewers in season five.

Fans far and wide have recently been taking to Twitter to showcase and display their outrage at the decision to cancel any forthcoming seasons [VIDEO].

Hulu now runs new Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes the day after they air on Fox, so it would make sense for them to become the show's new home.

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