Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 to premiere in 2019

NBC entertainment Chariman, Robert Greenblatt recently explained why they rescued the series in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Jonathon Dornbush is IGN's News Editor who has been watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine and is very happy he'll get to do so for at least one more.

We were crestfallen, spending our weekend walking the streets, weeping against the shoulders of sympathetic strangers in the streets, calling loved ones to make sure they were okay, and periodically falling to our knees and shaking our fists at the skies while shouting a declarative "Noooooooooooo!"

Brooklyn Nine-Nine will finish its fifth season on Fox still, with the finale airing on May 20.

Hit comedy cop show Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been revived by U.S. network NBC just a day after rival Fox sparked outrage among fans by cancelling it. The show is produced by Universal Television, a subsidiary of the NBCUniversal Television Group, and thus, under the same company as NBC.

"We're thrilled to have [Brooklyn Nine-Nine]", Greenblatt said. "It feels like it goes along shows like A.P. Bio, Will & Grace, Superstore, and The Good Place".

NBC has ordered a 13-episode sixth season for the 2018-2019 season.

"It was great to know the fans were outraged, but we were too. We love when fans yell and scream on Twitter, but we hope that transfers and they watch the show". You did this! You got loud and you were heard and you saved our show! Saturday evenings are reserved for Dateline Saturday Night Mystery and back-to-back showings of Saturday Night Live, with Sunday dedicated to football (Football Night in America and Sunday Night Football). In addition, Fox holds the rights to air Major League Baseball postseason games, including the World Series.

As far as Fox network is concerned, Designated Survivor, Lucifer and The Exorcist were cancelled.

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