Discussions reportedly being held to continue the series at Hulu.
Fans of the Nine-Nine may not need to give up just yet, as cult favorite cop sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine may live on via a streaming service.
According to Variety, discussions are currently being held to continue the ensemble cop comedy at Hulu now that Fox has announced the show’s cancellation.
Upon hearing news the current season finale would double as the show’s series finale, many fans, including Mark Hamill and Lin-Manuel Miranda, began showing support on social media with posts calling for Fox to #RenewBrooklyn99.
Although a deal has not been reached, Variety reports both Hulu and Universal Television, which produced the show, are interested in seeing it continue.
Hulu makes sense as a home for the show, since it already holds the SVOD rights to Brooklynn Nine-Nine. Hulu also has a history of picking up cancelled Fox sitcoms, as it did with The Mindy Project. Hulu revived Mindy Kaling’s show after Fox cancelled it in 2015 and aired the final season last year.
Although some fans may have been hoping the series would move to Netflix, BuzzFeed‘s Kate Aurthur reports Netflix is “not in the #RenewBrooklyn99 game.”
Brooklynn Nine-Nine lived on Fox for five seasons before the show was cancelled alongside The Last Man on Earth and The Mick.
For more on the series, check out IGN’s 2013 interview with some of the show’s cast members, as they discuss cast chemistry, improvisation, and more.
Brooklyn 99 is one of the only shows Brian Barnett watches, so he hopes it finds a home soon. You can shout “NINE NINE!” at him on Twitter @Ribnax.