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Where Will Orphan Sitcom 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Go, Now That Fox Has Abandoned It?
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11 May 2018 04:46 PM EST

Fox cancelled Andy Samberg's cop comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" on Thursday, but the show could still see new life on another platform or network. Business Insider reports Hulu is a likely home for the series, as the streaming service already owns the show's syndicated streaming rights. But it could otherwise end up at TBS, NBC, or Netflix. Hulu did the same thing with Fox's cancelled sitcom "The Mindy Project" starring Mindy Kaling. Hulu kept the show going for three more seasons after Fox cancelled the show.


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