Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

'Brooklyn Nine Nine' finds new home at NBC

'Brooklyn Nine Nine' finds new home at NBC

Acknowledging the big role fans' social media campaign played in the show's resurrection, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"'s creators and stars announced the NBC pickup directly to them on Twitter.

Sure enough - only one day later - NBC decidedly picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a thirteen-episode sixth season.

Enter NBC, a network that needed some form of redemption after it effectively did to Community on an annual basis what Fox did to Brooklyn Nine-Nine recently.

"We think it fits into our brand of comedy in many ways better than it ever fit into the Fox 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.

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The first and most undeserving victim of Fox's cancellation spree this past week is the quirky and lighthearted cop ensemble "Brooklyn Nine-Nine".

The peacock picked up five new dramas and two new comedies for next season, with NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt once again emphasizing the stability of the network and the importance of its year-round schedule during a press call on Sunday.

It was ultimately NBC that gave "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" a second life, the same network that passed on it when it was still being developed. For the shows that don't have a fate decided on yet (there's really not many), we'll update as soon as there is a decision made. To be honest, it was more the cancellations news lit up.

Following Fox's announcement that the fifth season of the show will be its last, there was a torrent of support from the fan base including celebrities who not only expressed frustration over the cancellation but also advocated for its resurrection.

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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" will air midseason, but Greenblatt said the network has not figured out exactly where it will land on the schedule.

"It was great to know the fans were outraged, but we were too".

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"I Feel Bad" - not a medical series - is a comedy about a working mom who is "perfectly OK with being imperfect", according to NBC's description.

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The Fox executives said they are counting on the addition of football on Thursday night, in addition to its Sunday games, to help boost its new and returning shows.

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