It's been mere hours since its cancellation, but Brooklyn Nine-Nine may not be done for just yet.
Members of the cast as well as celebs who love the show tweeted their sadness about the show's cancellation.
Within minutes, #Brooklyn99 was the top trending topic on Twitter, propelled by fans - including Lin-Manuel Miranda - who angrily mourned the fallen show and demanded Fox reconsider. One of the things that may have hurt this show is that some viewers didn't appreciate it enough when it was on, storing episodes on their DVR for the future and not thinking that their viewership mattered.
Surprisingly, Fox has also chose to terminate "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" - a shocking move considering that it's the network's highest-rated live-action comedy series this season with a 1.3 adults in Nielsen's Live+7 rating, according to Deadline.
"The Mick", fronted by "Always Sunny's" Kaitlin Olson was off to a strong start a year ago, but the network opted not to give the show a third season.
Numerous fans are thanking the show for its proper representation.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been canned by FOX after five seasons.
According to the Hollywood reporter, Hulu, Netflix, TBS and NBC are all considering picking up the Nine-Nine for a new season. Unfortunately, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" never really expanded its viewership.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" hit the 100th-episode milestone earlier this season, and it has served as the second-longest-running live-action Fox comedy, behind "New Girl".
"Wow. Thank you all for this incredible outpouring of support".