Brooklyn Nine-Nine could be saved after Fox cancellation

Hulu won't save save Fox comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine

But since we are living in such a cluttered landscape where content is king, fans may not have to say goodbye to Brooklyn Nine-Nine at all.

According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Hulu answered the call and reached out to see if they could save Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

On Thursday, Fox announced its decision to cancel the show.

You can now binge watch 110 episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Hulu. It was created, written, and executive produced by Dan Goor (Parks and Recreation) and Michael Schur (Parks and Recreation), and was produced by Universal Television, 3 Arts Entertainment, Fremulon, and Dr. Goor Productions.

There's been some sad news for fans of the sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, as well as the show's cast, which includes Melissa Fumero, who played Adrianna on One Life to Live. Fortunately it might find a saving grace with Hulu, Netflix, and more.

"Another potential home for Brooklyn Nine-Nine could be TBS, which in December picked up off-network rights to the comedy".

And fans shouldn't necessarily resign themselves to this conclusion quite yet - there is already extensive speculation that Hulu, the streaming service with rights to the show's distribution, may pick it up as their own project.

While The Last Man on Earth had a bit of a bumpy ride throughout, it was overall an incredibly interesting and amusing show, with a concept that could have been truly fantastic. And Arrested Development found a new home on Netflix after Fox ended the show after three seasons.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine's fifth season has two episodes remaining.

TBS is also "overseen by Kevin Reilly, who had developed and picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine while running Fox and is a big fan of the show", Deadline noted on Thursday.

Like them, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has off-network/SVOD deals that make prolonging their run profitable for the parent company of the the producing studio and its sibling network that is taking in the cancelled show.