There are many ways to revive Brooklyn Nine-Nine; here are the most obvious, in the order of probability.
Yippee kayak! "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" could be back. Just hours after Fox announced that "B99", "The Last Man on Earth" and "The Mick" would not be renewed for the next season, rumors started about another outlet that was supposed to save the show.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has already broadcast five seasons and made it to 112 episodes, which means its back-end is safe: the comedy has more than enough for a long-running syndication. It's not a big surprise that Fox would close the district: it does not own the show (it's produced by Universal TV), and "B99" has not been a good judge lately. Also in the sixth season of a show, the costs shoot up as new talent deals are secured.
In another age, that would be the end of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." But in 201
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And the sprawling support for "B99" – including a heavily retweeted request from Lin-Manuel Miranda – makes these programmers sit up and take notice.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine," premiered in September 2013, was created by Dan Goor and Mike Schur, focusing on an eccentric group of detectives in a NYPD district in Brooklyn. Andy Samberg, André Braugher, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Joe Lo Truglio and Chelsea Peretti Star.
"Wow, thanks for this incredible support," Goor wrote on Twitter. "Brooklyn Nine Nine" fans are the best fans in the world. It means the world to me and everyone else working on the show.
Here are some of the outlets that allegedly kick the tires of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", in order of their possibilities:
Priority: Hulu already has another universal television show on Fox, "The Mindy Project "Mindy" was aired on Fox for three seasons, then moved to Hulu in 2015 and ran three more seasons.
Probability: Hulu also has the "Brooklyn Nine Nine library, which means it has a good idea of how the show is going to go, and whether first episodes would move the needle.
Stumbling Stone: Hulu has not been so eager in the past few years, long-running Save shows no matter how popular they are 19659013] 2. NBC
Priority: NBC was more often the network that gave up shows that had success elsewhere ("JAG", "Baywatch", "Southland") as the network that overruled the cancellations of others. The last two examples may have been in the late 1990s when "The Naked Truth" and "The Jeff Foxworthy Show" left ABC and went to NBC – and did not work.
Probability: Nonetheless, Universal TV owns "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and if it pays to make more seasons for this Hulu back-end cash, then perhaps there's room in the Peacock program. The show would go well with Schur's other NBC series "The Good Place" and the new comedy "Abby's," and her tone agrees with the comedy "Superstore." And without Thursday night next year, NBC has a little more space on its shelf.
Stumbling block: Since serial relocations in the past at NBC have not worked, everyone involved can assess the risk as too great.
. 3 TBS
Rank: TBS has recorded discontinued network series, including ABC's "Cougar Town" (which ended in 2015) and Fox's "American Dad" (recently renewed for another two seasons).
Probability: TBS / TNT President Kevin Reilly developed and redesigned "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" when he was president of Fox Entertainment, and even defended the show as others within 21st Century Fox about not vertical integrated trains complained. He is a fan and could welcome the role of the hero when he brings the show to TBS, which gives him another critical favorite besides "The Last OG", "The Detour" and "Search Party".
Stumbling Blocks: The price could be a problem given the age of the show, and Reilly might decide that he wants to stay with the in-house series. ("Cougar Town" and "American Dad" were both purchased by his predecessor Michael Wright.)
Rank: Although Netflix was at the forefront of reboot mania ("Arrested Development," "Fuller House," "Gilmore Girls"), it was more selective in storing shows just from the broadcast networks. However, an early example comes from the "B99" studio Universal TV: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," which Netflix picked up after NBC's decision that it did not fit into the network.
Probability: Because Hulu considers the streaming rights to be "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", that seems to be a huge stumbling block. Netflix has in the past passed on other aborted shipments in the past for similar reasons.
Stumbling Stones: Netflix uses very specific data and algorithms to see if a shipment should be stored killing "and" Longmire "if those dramas have been canceled." B99 "episodes on his ministry sees Maybe there's something in his library that does not have "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", but Netflix has a page for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" – so it can look like when people are looking for the show (and then show that Netflix actually has)
Stay tuned – but keep the belief the lights are still flickering for the Nine-Nine.