Fans upset after Fox cancels "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

Fans upset after Fox cancels

Fans upset after Fox cancels "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

Miller took to Twitter Thursday evening to express his disappointment about the news the Will Forte-led series had been cancelled by Fox after four seasons.

Many have heralded the show, which followed a group of police officers in New York's 99th precinct, as inclusive and groundbreaking for its portrayals of queer characters of color. If Last Man Standing can get picked back up, so can Brooklyn Nine-Nine, right?

The Andy Samberg-fronted sitcom launched in 2013 as a comedic spin on the cop procedural format from Parks and Recreation executive producers Dan Goor and Michael Schur. Take two weeks to say goodbye to Jake's Die Hard obsession, Terry's yogurts, Amy's binders, Rosa's leather jackets, Charles' Latvian recipes, Gina's sarcasm, Hitchcock and Scully's everything, and of course: Captain Raymond Holt's one-liners. It also was the highest-rated live-action comedy series on Fox this season with a 1.3 adults 18-49 Live+7 rating, edging LA to Vegas, The Last Man On Earth and The Mick (all at 1.2). Now is not a good time to be a critically acclaimed comedy on Fox, and fans know it. Braugher won a Critics Choice Television Award in 2014 and 2016. Many of them described the impact "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has had. The main cast has multiple POC and proper Latinx and LGBTQ+ representation.

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The show, which was created by Forte, ended on a cliffhanger, and according to some sources, that could lead to a shortened final season at a streamer like Hulu.

Though there are a ton of people involved in making network schedules for upcoming and departing shows, Fox really dropped the ball here.

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