NBC has renewed Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a second season on their network after picking up the canceled series from Fox.
NBC sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine is losing a key member of its ensemble cast in its upcoming season, with Chelsea Peretti leaving the show.
NBC has picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for its 6th Season after Fox abruptly canceled the show.
After Fox made the surprising move to cancel the beloved Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the show has garnered interest from Hulu, Netflix, and TBS.
Fox has announced the Season 2 renewal of freshman series Empire while ordering Season 3 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon will play the nephew of Andre Braugher's Captain Holt in a recurring role on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Eva Longoria will be seen in 3 episodes as Sophia, a defense attorney that Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) faces off against in court.
It's the same shift, different day as Andy Samberg and crew move Brooklyn Nine-Nine to Sunday nights this fall starting September 28.
In addition, the network has picked up another season of its hit mid-season drama The Following, starring Kevin Bacon.
Breaking Bad sweeps the Drama categories while Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a surprise winner for comedy. Check out all of our photos from the event.
The comedy series starring Andy Samberg will also air a special episode after Super Bowl XLVIII. Season 1 continues on Tuesday, October 22nd.
Viewers should tune in for Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, then stay for the stellar supporting cast in this Fox comedy, airing Tuesday's at 8:30 PM.