Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been cancelled and the internet is outraged

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There could be life left in one of the cleverest shows out there, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, yet.

. The studio reportedly talked with Hulu (which has streaming rights to the show is partly owned by NBCUniversal) and Netflix about continuing the show late Thursday and Friday, but they didn't really go anywhere.

The new season will consist of 13 episodes, down from from 22 at Fox.

Joe Lo Truglio, Melissa Fumero, Chelsea Peretti, Marc Evan Jackson, and Terry Crews all expressed their disappointment and thanks on Twitter as well.

You can now binge watch 110 episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Hulu.

TV networks are making the hard decisions in the days ahead of their fall-schedule announcements to advertisers, and an early casualty among 30 endangered series is Fox's critically adored but low-rated Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the police-precinct comedy headed by Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher.

"One person exclaimed: "@netflix @hulu someday renew this show.

The news broke yesterday evening and reactions were fast and furious.

Soon, the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine spoke out on Twitter to show support to their loyal fans in need.


"Hey everyone, just wanted to say no big deal but".

"Another potential home for Brooklyn Nine-Nine could be TBS, which in December picked up off-network rights to the comedy".

Fox trimmed their comedy slate with their cancelations, also cutting the cord on Will Forte's Last Man on Earth and Kaitlin Olson's The Mick.

Its return scored the season's second largest audience - even higher than its winter finale episode.

Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, the show will continue to air the remaining episodes on Thursdays at 9pm on E4, with the previous seasons available to stream on Netflix.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine's final episode will air on Sunday May 20 at 8:30/7:30c.

To make matters worse, it also does not appear likely that two of the other major suitors for the show in Netflix and TBS will pick it up.

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