'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 6 Cancellation: Show's Future Uncertain On Fox, May Find New Home, 'TV Line' Says

Anshu Shrivastava

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 may not premiere this fall on Fox. The comedy series is most likely to end on the broadcaster's canceled list later this May. There is, however, a good chance that Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 might book a time slot on a new platform.

The cop comedy is most certainly on the bubble, but that does not diminish its potential and awesomeness. If Fox cancels Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6, TV Line's Michael Ausiello says that there is a "decent chance" of the show's potential new season premiering on a new platform.

"I actually think there's a decent chance the Nine-Nine crew would find a new home, should Fox evict them."

"And of all broadcast sitcoms, it[Brooklyn Nine-Nine] delivers the tiniest audience while tying NBC's Great News for the lowest rating," TV Line reports.

Fox may not be able to ignore the poor ratings despite the show having plenty of storylines that could be explored in a potential Season 6 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Last year in December, co-creator Dan Goor said to TV Guide that the show is one of the most-watched live-action shows on Hulu and it does well in the Live+7 setting, but without live ratings, it is tough.

"Fox has been very supportive and encouraging of us and continues to be so, and their official statement to us is they don't look at that kind of ratings data and I hope to god that is true. 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 think that is of interest to Fox. But the truth is, in this era of television, it's tough, especially with our live ratings."

Dan Goor and Michael Schur-created comedy series' audience base may be small but it is rabid and loyal, and because of that, there is a strong likelihood of its return with Season 6 even after getting an eviction notice from Fox after Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 5 wraps up.