Space, a show like, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has made in the hearts of people is commendable.
Michael Schur, best known for his comedy hits Parks and Recreation and The Good Place, also, Dan Goor is best known for his work in Parks and Recreation, the creators of the show ensured that the show gets in the hit list.
What Is The Show About And The Cast?
The whole series focuses on a highly capable team of detectives in the New York City Police Department.
Getting praised for its diversity and comedy, Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Terry Crews, and Chelsea Peretti made their roots in the series and their roles unforgettable.
Why Fox CAncelled Brooklyn Nine-Nine?
But there has been news lately of Fox cancelling Brooklyn Nine-Nine but the question is why? Why Fox cancelled Brooklyn Nine-Nine even after it being such a big hit?
Well, there are many shows which got cancelled but Brooklyn Nine-Nine cancellation controversy is in the highlights.
The outrage of the fans and the cast can be seen online. The moment Fox announced of the show not returning, fans got really upset.
It was until the other day, that NBC announced the release of the sixth season and of its production. A very surprising turn around for the fans.
But many still have this question why Fox chose not to renew Brooklyn Nine-Nine?
As the number of people watching the series started declining steadily over the year, the best possible move was to withdraw the show from the channel.
According to further details, Dana Walden, Chairmen and CEO, Fox Television Group said, “We love the show, but we felt like we didn’t have the right place to schedule it.”
She also added, “With Thursday Night Football, there were two fewer hours to the program. We were trying to create a more cohesive program, and scheduling Brooklyn would prevent us from promoting something new.”
So, ultimately it was decided to cancel the show and she seemed happy about the show finding a new home.
NBC’s Entertainment’s Chairman Robert Greenblatt, on the other hand, seemed happy about taking Brooklyn Nine-Nine back.
He said, “Ever since we sold this show to Fox I’ve regretted letting it a getaway, and it’s high time it came back to its rightful home”.