Now it was time for him to return home, said Robert Greenblatt, head of NBC Entertainment.
The cancelation of Brooklyn Nine-Nine by Fox sent shockwaves across the internet, as fans of the fantastic comedy series took to the (virtual) streets in demand of its renewal. Yep, it's safe to say that we have felt all kind of emotion imaginable this weekend, but we now have NBC to thank for feeling like Amy Santiago when she buys a new ringbinder.
"Ultimately we felt we did not have the exact right place to schedule", the show having performed best on Sunday, where Fox chose to give animated Bob's Burgers the plum time period and "chance to grow". Greenblatt said the transition has been smooth and it has been business as usual. Oh, has it only been one year?
"New Amsterdam", on Tuesday, is a medical series based in New York's Bellevue Hospital.
Starting at the end of May, NBC will start a spinoff of its highly rated summer series "America's Got Talent: The Champions".
Joel Lo Truglio tweeted, "We are so grateful for our fans". Because it has better fans? No.
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine will finish its fifth season on Fox still, with the finale airing on May 20.
Hulu missed an opportunity to save Brooklyn Nine-Nine, but with NBC picking up the series, Hulu doesn't lose at all. The stars include David Alan Grier, Martin Mull and Vicki Lawrence.
Acknowledging the big role fans' social media campaign played in the show's resurrection, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"'s creators and stars announced the NBC pickup directly to them on Twitter.
"We jumped on it really quickly and are thrilled to have it and think it fits into our brand of comedy in many ways better than it fit into Fox's brand of comedy. Ultimately we decided we just didn't have room for it and were trying we're really happy its found a new home".
Fox execs assumed it would land elsewhere, knowing of conversations going on at the time, Fox TV Group co-chair/CEO Dana Walden told reporters on a phone call, a few hours before the networks Upfront Week presentation to advertisers.