The network's studio corresponds to Universal Television producing the show.
It's official: NBC has revived Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a sixth season with 13 episodes.
The shortened download comes one day after Fox shocking interrupted the Universal Television-produced lonely camera comedy after five seasons. Universal TV, the vertically-adapted studio that produced Mike Schur and Dan Goor comedy, received almost instant calls from several places to potentially revive the series.
NBC was among the sales outlets that expressed interest in a potential sixth season in view of the show's ownership structure and the boast that followed by the Andy Samberg Comedy's cancellation became a global trending topic on Twitter.
Hulu, Netflix and TBS are also said to be among the stores that reached Universal TV after the cancellation. One day later, a potential awakening looked gloomy after Hulu ̵
Hours later, NBC continued to renew the Golden Globe winning series for a shortened 13 episode season in one of the biggest stories from 2018 Upfronts.
"Ever since we sold this show to Fox, I've regretted to let it get out and it's high time it came back to its rightful home," said Robert Greenblatt, NBC Entertainment Chairman. "Mike Schur, Dan Goor and Andy Samberg grew up at NBC and we are all proud that one of the smartest, funniest and best-known comedies will take place in our comedy show for a long time. I'm talking to everyone at NBC, here are the nine -nio! "
Schur and Goor – who were college comrades – both exec produced NBC hit Parks and Recreation with Schur who also worked at The Office . And Samberg rocketed to fame on the network star Saturday Night Live .
"Hi everyone, just wanted to say no, but …. NBC PICKED ONLY # BROOKLYN99 UP FOR SEASON 6 !!! Thanks, no less part to you, the best fans in the world's history! Nine nine! !!!!!!!! " showrunner Goor wrote on Friday night on Twitter.
For Schur, he will now have three comedies on the NBC 2018-19 broadcast schedule with Brooklyn return with The Good Place and newly ordered ] Abby s . All three are produced by Universal TV (where Shur is under an overall business), Dr. Goor Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment.
This is the second consecutive year that NBC has delivered an Upfront surprise. Last year, the Network Timelessly discontinued only to change course days later after a strained tune from Sony Pictures Television (and ejection of social media support). In that case, Sony TV raised a large ownership of Shawn Ryan drama in exchange for shortened episode shortening. (In the Brooklyn case, the NBC owns the show.) Brooklyn store compares with a similar feature from Universal TV 2015 when Fox broke down the studio The Mindy Project after three seasons. Universal TV thus sold the show to Hulu, where it would continue to run for three seasons. (The Studio also took The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to Netflix – where it made a two-season order – after NBC decided it was too niche for shipment.)
For its part, Fox broke Brooklyn – among several others – because the network changes course among the ongoing $ 52.4 billion sale of assets including its studio to Disney. After the sale, which is expected to be approved by the authorities, the network wants to count on a broad demographic with a list of newly ordered procedures and multicamera comedians, while resurrecting Last Man Standing one year after the shocking break of ABC. CBS Fox NBC and CW and with all the latest pilot suspensions and passes with our handy guide . For full coverage, bookmark THR.com/upfronts .