Greenblatt also confessed that he regretted passing on Brooklyn Nine-Nine when it was originally being shopped around.
The announcement came as a shock to fans, including a number of famous faces, who took to social media to vent their anger.
In the last few days, we've lost a lot of really unbelievable television shows to the great television show graveyard in the sky, but none of them hurt quite like Brooklyn Nine-Nine. They mourned, and they tweeted and they let it be known that this show has a formidable following. Thankfully NBC agreed, and brought Brooklyn Nine-Nine "home" for a 13-episode sixth season. It will. And I will be there to watch. "So there are a lot of business reasons for it to continue, but it's too early to tell".
Creator Michael Schur also has close ties to NBC, having acted and served as Executive Producer on the network's United States version of The Office and creator of The Good Place. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Season 6".
Show-saving displays of fandoms are one of the most impressive ways TV fans can show their passion.
Terry Crews is personally thanking Mark Hamill for leading the charge to save Brooklyn Nine-Nine from cancellation, while Andy Samberg and the rest of the cast is giving thanks to Lin-Manuel Miranda and the legions of fans for tweeting and begging for another season of Fox's comedy that was unceremoniously canceled. Thank you! Thank you to NBC!