Today, the FOX network (the reasonably good one, not the evil, news-based clown parade your dipshit uncle watches) stages its very own Red Wedding, cancelling three of its most beloved comedies: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Last Man on Earth and The Mick.
It comes after a massive response from actors and fans like, expressing their disappointment at the show's cancellation.
The first season averaged an impressive 4.80 million viewers, which was beaten by its season two average rating of 4.87 million viewers.
And while series co-creater Dan Goor was hoping for another season, he told TVLine last month that if it was to end after five, fans would be content.
Fox has canceled "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" after five seasons.
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Fox has officially pulled the plug on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and fans across the internet are not shying away from sharing their outraged feels! Now, fans are tweeting at Hulu and Netflix to have streaming services renew "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" instead. Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio, Dirk Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller also star. We recently ranked two of those shows among the best sitcoms of all time, so you can imagine the emotions.
Other high-profile critics of the decision included Star Wars icon Mark Hamill and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. "THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS" while Meyers said that the show being cancelled along with The Last Man on Earth was a "double gut punch". The series about the antics of a Brooklyn Police Department is now in its 5th season on Fox and is also syndicated on several other networks and streaming services including both Showmax, Hulu and Netflix where it is reportedly popular on all three.
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine never drew wide audiences, with its ratings performance hampered by the constant scheduling moves between Sunday and Tuesday, ' they reported.
The same unfortunately isn't true of Last Man on Earth or The Mick, which just wrapped up their fourth and second seasons, respectively.