The show has won two Creative Arts Emmy Awards, and two Golden Globe Awards (one for Best Television Series and one for Andy Samberg for Best Actor in a Television Series).
Co-creator Dan Goor acknowledged the loss on Twitter, thanking people for an “incredible outpouring of support”.
“The Mick”, fronted by “Always Sunny’s” Kaitlin Olson was off to a strong start past year, but the network opted not to give the show a third season.
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine never drew wide audiences, with its ratings performance hampered by the constant scheduling moves between Sunday and Tuesday, ‘ they reported.
However, a hope for B99 is that the show will be picked up by another network or by an online streaming service in order for the story to continue.
After hearing the news, Hulu chose to continue running the show and it lasted for another three seasons before ending on its own terms in 2017.
When the series came back this April, it gathered a total of 1.9 million viewers and a 0.9 demo rating.
Mainly, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is just a great show! If Lin-Manuel Miranda wants the show on the air, he can snap his fingers like a reverse Thanos and make that happen, right?
The networks are getting ready for their Upfronts presentations, when they’ll be unveiling all of their new shows and schedules, which means that inevitably some series have to fall by the wayside, with a lot of them at risk. Producer Universal Television will likely shop the show around to other networks, such as NBC, Variety reports. The studio has declined to comment as of yet, but producers seem to be against the revival of the series on a competitor platform.
In case you haven’t had the opportunity to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine, it’s main character is Detective Jake Peralta, played by Samberg, who although is the “class clown” of the precinct, is also really good at his job.
The US broadcaster also today announced the end of fellow comedies The Last Man On Earth – which has been shown on Dave in the United Kingdom – and The Mick.