'Brooklyn Nine Nine' finds new home at NBC

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NBC's schedule includes three series that will premiere in the fall.

Fox also explained why it saved "Last Man Standing."

On Saturday, show executive producer Michael Schur happily declared on Twitter (username Ken Tremendous) that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is coming back for another season.

Robert Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment, said in a statement: "Ever since we sold this show to Fox I've regretted letting it get away, and it's high time it came back to its rightful home".

In addition, fans will also be able to watch new episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine while they air on Hulu Live. And the Tim Allen comedy is getting a second life on Fox after being canceled - past year - by ABC.

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But why did Fox cancel the series in the first place? "We're in our lane, but we're really happy to be in our lane". "Even past year when "Last Man" was canceled, we really looked for an opportunity to move it to our schedule and we just didn't have the right show to pair it with". We ordered it throughout five seasons.

NBC changed its mind after hearing the outcry of fans who were disappointed by the cancellation of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine". We always felt like for whatever reason, ABC didn't really prioritize 'Last Man Standing'.

Naturally it would seem, The Big Bang Theory was the subject of some jibes from fans who couldn't seem to understand why four nerds and their attractive next-door neighbour has lasted this long. "We were emboldened by the response we saw on 'Roseanne.' We saw it as an opportunity to pair those two shows together on Friday night". This year, with the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics added to its already strong prime-time lineup - "Sunday Night Football, "This Is Us, and "The Voice" - NBC has had an impressive, consistent lead in all key viewer metrics".

NBC succeeded this past season with a reboot of "Will & Grace", while ABC's revival of "Roseanne" has been an even more spectacular success. Warner Bros., which produces the show, decided not to renew the contract of Clayne Crawford, who'd costarred as Martin Riggs, following what the Hollywood Reporter describes as "a string of behavior issues on the set."

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