On the bright side among shows with uncertain fates, NBC picked up "Blindspot" and midseason comedy "AP Bio" for new seasons, and CW extended "The 100".
It follows Brooklyn's hopeless police force taking on crime in their own way, whilst focussing on the relationships built within the team.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, one of the most representative, LGBT-friendly, not to mention hilarious shows on TV, has been cancelled.
The announcement came as a shock to fans, including a number of famous faces, who took to social media to vent their anger.
Brooklyn showrunner Dan Goor - who has been retweeting support from fans and critics across the Twittersphere - tweeted on Thursday afternoon, "Wow".
One petitioner, "Scary Terry", said: 'We want Season 6 for the TV show Brooklyn nine-nine because it lights up our life and makes the world a better place. They are considering bringing the show back for another batch of episodes, with The Mindy Project (another canceled Fox series) serving as a template for how it could happen.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was Mike Schur's third major network comedy home run, which premiered on Fox after he had established himself as the premiere voice of basic-cable sitcoms with The Office and Parks and Recreation. But there is some thought that the series could continue on another network or streaming platform. It received the Golden Globe for best comedy series in 2014, and Samberg earned the statue for best actor in a comedy the same year. They also seem to be shifting away from comedy with the cancellation of these three shows (plus, Ghosted and LA To Vegas are still both waiting on a verdict).
It's final two episodes will air on 13 and 20 May, with the finale focusing on Jake and Amy's (Melissa Fumero) wedding, and Captain Holt's bid to become Commissioner of the NYPD.
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