FOX Just Cancelled Most of Its Best Comedies

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On Thursday, just days ahead of the network's Upfront presentation, Fox announced the end of three comedies: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mick, and Last Man Standing.

And executive producer Dan Goor thanked fans for their "incredible outpouring of support". He was soon joined by a small gaggle of survivors played by Kristen Schaal (Flight of the Conchords, Bob's Burgers), January Jones (Mad Men), Mel Rodriguez, Mary Steenburgen (Back to the Future Part III), and Cleopatra Coleman. "Your sadness is noted", Beatriz wrote.

"Do you know what it means to be heartbroken? Be". "But also, our show does very well in the Live+7 setting, and we're one of the most-watched live-action shows on Hulu".

"I love you fans".

The shows ran five, four and two seasons respectively, but will not return for the 2018-19 television season.

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Up until the last minute, the show's stars were all hopeful that they would get a renewal for a sixth season, however their hopes have now been shattered by the confirmation of the show's cancellation.

Brooklyn Nine Nine has been a dependable performer for E4 in the United Kingdom, typically attracting 400,000 to 500,000 viewers for an episode. Aww, now I just got even sadder that it's gone.

Fox's cancellation of "Brooklyn Nine Nine" starring Andy Samberg was also somewhat expected- the rumor is that the team was planning to wind down the series in its Fifth season.

Mark Hamill screamed on Twitter, "Oh NOOOOOO!" If Lin-Manuel Miranda wants the show on the air, he can snap his fingers like a reverse Thanos and make that happen, right?

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