Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Kristi Paul

Fox Drops the Axe on Three Star Studded Comedy Series

Fox Drops the Axe on Three Star Studded Comedy Series

According to Entertainment Weekly, FOX has canceled Brooklyn Nine-Nine-the network's second-longest-running live-action comedy-after five seasons and over 100 episodes.

"Wow. Thank you all for this incredible outpouring of support", Goor, who created the cop comedy with Parks and Recreation's Michael Schur, tweeted. It's been a huge honor to play Amy and be a part of this tremendous ensemble.

Meanwhile, The Mick is a show no one at BMD has ever watched - despite our love for a number of the people involved - and as such, we have little opinion to offer on its cancellation. Your sadness is noted.

One of the most consistently amusing and incredibly woke TV shows out there right now, the comedy involving a group of NY cops who all happen to be best friends has garnered a massive following over the years, even more so since numerous early seasons are now available to rewatch endlessly on Netflix.

Netflix has moved away from reviving popular shows lately, but it's clear Arrested Development, Gilmore Girls and Longmire, all shows Netflix revived, were great investments for the streaming network.

The shows ran five, four and two seasons respectively, but will not return for the 2018-19 television season. Aww, now I just got even sadder that it's gone.

The cancellation means the Season 5 finale, which airs on May 20, will be the show's last episode. If Last Man Standing can get picked back up, so can Brooklyn Nine-Nine, right?

Mark Hamill screamed on Twitter, "Oh NOOOOOO!"

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