These are the days that fans will remember.
If you think network execs aren't paying attention to your painful outcries when your favorite shows are brutally torn asunder when you are nowhere near done watching them, you've been proven wrong again.
This time it wasn't Netflix or Hulu to the rescue, but fellow broadcast network NBC that rose to the challenge and saved Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
That's right, it's time to break out the Brooklyn Nine-Nine good time GIFs, and let me tell you there are a lot of them.
It's the time to remember that social media can change the world!
OK, social media can change the fate of a television series, and sometimes that feels like changing the world because at least we know someone other than Nielsen Media is listening. Right? Right.
Originally, word was Hulu, who has and retains the SVOD rights to B99, would be the network to save the series. Not so.
Others in contention included Netflix, known for saving series after cancelation, as they did for Longmire, for example, or TBS, the Turner network dedicated to comedies.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Season 6. NBC. pic.twitter.com/ezW4ejgxGL— Ken Tremendous (@KenTremendous) May 12, 2018
Instead, it was NBC who came in with a bid for the show and ultimately landed it with an abbreviated 13-episode order for Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6.
The news was first announced on Twitter by Mike Schur who is the co-creator and showrunner with Dan Goor.
Schur and Goor, who were roommates in college, previously worked together on Parks and Recreation.
In addition to the Tweet above, Schur also tweeted, "This happened because the fans of the show went berzerk. We can't thank you -- or @NBC -- enough. #Brooklyn99"
Goor wrote of the incredible new, "Hey everyone, just wanted to say no big deal but .... NBC JUST PICKED #BROOKLYN99 UP FOR SEASON 6!!! Thanks in no small part to you, the best fans in the history of the world! Nine-nine!!!!!!!!!"
“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,” said Robert Greenblatt, NBC Entertainment chairman.
“Mike Schur, Dan Goor and Andy Samberg grew up on NBC and we’re all thrilled that one of the smartest, funniest, and best cast comedies in a long time will take its place in our comedy line-up. I speak for everyone at NBC, here’s to the Nine-Nine!”
Another bit of good news at the very end of Bloody Friday. What do you think?
Is there hope for Lucifer? That's the closest I've seen to getting the kind of social media frenzy captured by Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Hit the comments and show us YOUR happy dance!!
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