Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'The Last Man on Earth' cancelled by Fox

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'The Last Man on Earth' cancelled by Fox

Season 5's finale will revolve around Jake and Amy's wedding, which showrunner Dan Goor has previously stated was not meant to be the series finale, but should the worst happen (which it has), then fans will be satisfied with how things wind down. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is about to wrap its fifth and final season, while The Mick, starring Kaitlin Olson, just aired its season two finale. The Last Man on Earth, starring Will Forte, just aired its final season four episode. Cast member Melissa Fumero said she is "still processing" the news, "don't have all the words. but". On Thursday, just days ahead of the network's Upfront presentation, Fox announced the end of three comedies: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mick, and Last Man Standing. That's a good number for any show, let alone a comedy about offbeat cops, Andre Braugher talking about how much he loved bountiful female bosoms, Die Hard references and Terry Crews' dancing pecs. These last 5 years have been incredible.

The comedic show which stars former Saturday Night Live comedian Andy Samberg returned to screens in April to a 1.9 million total viewers after a month long hiatus.

While there are many different crummy things about this cancellation, one of the biggest ones is how the show managed to conclude on a massive cliffhanger.

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The wave of support for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been overwhelming. Even though it was on the bubble for renewal, it was expected to get picked up, but Fox gave it the axe Thursday.

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is one of the fans leading the charge to renew the show.

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