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Andy Samberg wants celeb fans to guest star on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

16 May 2018

NBC heard the call and announced that it would be picking Brooklyn Nine-Nine off of Fox's bloody cancellation floor. Andy Samberg, meanwhile, celebrated the news on stage at NBC's morning presentation at Radio City Music Hall.

A sixth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is officially happening courtesy of NBC, the network that originally passed on it during the show's early development.

With all of this positivity and love being spread around by NBC, one has to wonder if Brooklyn Nine-Nine is really on the bubble when it comes to a seventh season at all.

He said he believes it's a better fit for NBC's brand of comedy than it ever was for Fox.

Greenblatt believes his new existing sitcom actually fits better on NBC than it did on Fox - after all, Mike Schur, Dan Goor and Samberg all first came to fame under the Peacock's plumage.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine will air in the spring of 2019 as part of the mid-season replacements.

But Crews didn't stop the thank yous at Hamill.

Fans - some of whom are famous celebrities themselves - also celebrated the revival, as the internet went up in flames a few days ago when Fox announced the cancelation.

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Arguably the biggest shock of all the cancelled shows is that of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, considering the popularity the show continues to have after five seasons.

Creator Michael Schur also has close ties to NBC, having acted and served as Executive Producer on the network's United States version of The Office and creator of The Good Place.

NBC revoked the cancellation due to the public outcry of devoted fans who wanted more of the show.

Both of those options were available to Hulu subscribers while the series aired on FOX, so there's no downside to the series moving to NBC. "I certainly feel we're in a good place, but as to whether or not we get more, that's obviously far beyond my reach. It wouldn't have happened without you".

We'll say: "Brooklyn" was canceled by Fox on Thursday. The show still has two episodes left in its fifth season.

"Last Man Standing" was actually dropped by ABC because the network was losing money on the show.

Fox Television Group co-chairs Dana Walden and Gary Newman said during a conference call Monday that the network wanted to pick up the program previous year but did not have an appropriate spot on the schedule for it.

Andy Samberg wants celeb fans to guest star on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'