Brooklyn Nine-Nine just got cancelled and no one is taking the news well

Have you heard the news? Fox just cancelled the comedy show Brooklyn Nine-Nine after only five seasons. The show, led by Andy Samberg, Terry Crews, and Andre Braugher, earned two Golden Globe awards in its inaugural season for Best TV Series – Comedy or Musical and Best Actor in a Comedy for Samberg.

After the news broke out, members of the cast took to social media to offer heartfelt words of gratitude:

Show creator Dan Goor thanked everyone for the support and said that Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans are the best in the world:

Hollywood A-listers Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mark Hamill, and Guillermo del Toro expressed their support for the show:

The Backstreet Boys even tweeted a video of one of the show’s cold opens, where Detective Jake Peralta made several suspects sing a classic Backstreet Boys song:

Fans are obviously not handling the news well and went through the five stages of grief on Twitter:

And a lot of people are calling for other companies like Netflix to swoop in and save the cop comedy:

It looks like the show could have another life somewhere else, as multiple companies have allegedly expressed interest in picking it up. According to The Hollywood Reporter, show producer Universal Studios have reportedly received calls from Hulu, Netflix, NBC, and TBS.




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