NBC, Fox announce Fall TV shows

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Just one day after Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled by Fox, NBC made a decision to pick it up, and Fumero said that was the last network the cast expected to end up on. "I feel like we've had a really nice upswell culturally", said Andy Samberg, who plays detective Jake Peralta, in a recent interview before the cancelation was confirmed.

Sure enough - only one day later - NBC decidedly picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a thirteen-episode sixth season. Some of the most high profile names lending their support to "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" were Mark Hamill, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Patton Oswalt, and Guillermo del Toro, the latter of which is now being courted to direct an episode of the show on NBC.

We jumped on it really quickly and are thrilled to have it and think it fits into our brand of comedy in many ways better than it fit into Fox's brand of comedy. - Mike Schur, Dan Gur and Andy Samberg grew up on NBC and we are very pleased that one of the smartest, funniest comedies of the last time with a wonderful cast will take its place in the grid of our broadcast. He said: "It's NINE o'clock and the NINE NINE is now on NBC".

But Crews didn't stop the thank yous at Hamill.

But there are so many other shows we'll be saying goodbye to this season-and one of those airs tonight and will have a major cliffhanger at the end.

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The series was originally produced by NBC, but wasn't picked up by the network initially. "Well, just goes to show you - a lot can happen in a year". "We were trying to create a more cohesive schedule and scheduling "Brooklyn" was going to prevent us from launching something new". Greenblatt acknowledged the quickest they could get Brooklyn Nine-Nine on the schedule would be midseason.

According to Lesley Goldberg, TV critic for The Hollywood Reporter, the show's producer, Universal Television, had fielded interest from companies like Hulu and Netflix to revive it, but they ultimately passed.

"We own it", Greenblatt said on Sunday's phone call with press. "I was like, 'I'll never see these guys again, they'll split up, they'll go to other shows, ' I was just so hurt".

The announcement came as a shock to fans, including a number of famous faces, who took to social media to vent their anger.

There are some shows returning though. We tried to move Last Man Standing over a year ago when ABC decided not to move forward.

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