‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Creator Recalls "Pretty Depressing" Cancellation
The best thing to ever happen this 2019 is arriving in less than a week, folks! The sixth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine—which Fox previously cancelled after five seasons, and was later rescued by NBC—will premiere on January 10th. See the trailer to the new season below.
As devastated as we were from the initial news that everyone's fave cop sitcom series was cancelled, we couldn't imagine how the whole Brooklyn Nine-Nine team felt prior to the surprise renewal. Speaking to The Post, show co-creator Dan Goor shed some light on their "pretty depressing" situation and how social media support was "unbelievably moving."
"We knew there was kind of a chance we would get resurrected. It tempered the despair," he said.
Later on, "Everyone came back to work feeling like we had walked away from a plane crash. There were a lot of hugs in the writers’ room. There was a feeling of elation that we were able to meet up again."
As for the plot of the sixth season, Goor refused to reveal any more details other than they're letting Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) "be married."