Published: Sat, May 12, 2018

Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Hulu?

Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Hulu?

Following the cancelation, there's word that it's possible Hulu picks up the series to allow its continuation.

"Wow. Thank you all for this incredible outpouring of support". And other broadcast networks always peruse the trash heap of their rivals looking for a treasure to revive.

Adding the small but passionate fanbase of Brooklyn Nine-Nine gives them further footing in the niche they want to carve out while also building some buzz, which is what generates subscriber growth. Hulu already brought back "The Mindy Project" when Fox canceled it in 2015.

Brainchild of the creators of Parks and Recreation Dan Goor and Michael Schur, Brooklyn Nine-Nine boasted a fine ensemble cast, including Lonely Island member Andy Samberg and vast living meme Terry Crews. I don't think another player will be able to top an offer from Netflix, Hulu or NBC. Just make sure to keep your voices heard about this, *actually watch the show* if it moves somewhere else, and *get your friends to watch too.* Saving the show probably won't happen multiple times.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine's final episode will air on Sunday May 20 at 8:30/7:30c. Already, Hulu and Netflix are expressing interest in reviving the show in an online streaming capacity, and they're not alone. We'll know more after next week's TV Upfronts, but for now there are a few questions we can answer: Is Brooklyn 99 on Netflix?

As a fan of the show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine would do better if it was picked up by Netflix.

While TV Line reports that the final episode of the show will air on 20 May in the USA, there are hopes that streaming giant Netflix may pick up the series due to existing deals in several territories.

Brooklyn reached the 99th- and 100th-episode milestone earlier this season, and the progressive comedy has impressed by tackling more serious and socially conscious subject matter. Hulu is the streaming home for the series, while TBS airs repeats.

Fox canceled several shows yesterday, but it was "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" that got itself trending from fan outrage.

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