Brooklyn Nine-Nine is picked up by NBC for Season Six!

Brooklyn Nine Nine has been picked up by NBC for its sixth season following the series cancellation by Fox earlier this week.

Following fan outcry, a tweet overnight the American network confirmed that the next season of the show will have a new home.


Apparently Fox has decided it doesn't have a sense of humour anymore; along with comedy shows The Mick and The Last Man on Earth, the network has cancelled cult cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Considered one of the funniest shows on television currently, the show centred around a New York police department and featured fantastic comedic performances from Adam Samberg, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, Chelsea Peretti, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker. But the star was really Andre Braugher's wonderfully stoic Captain Raymond Holt. And here he is to tell us how we are all 'feeling'...

Fox recently announced further series renewals, confirming that The SimpsonsThe Gifted911Empire and The Orville will all return for the 2018/19 TV season.

The final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which recently celebrated its 100th episode, is currently airing on Thursdays on E4 here in the UK.

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