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Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans demand Netflix to revive cancelled show and create hashtag after it is axed

It was revealed on Thursday that the beloved American police sitcom had been axed by FOX after just five seasons.

And now Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans have demanded that Netflix revive the cancelled show and have even created their own hashtag, #SaveBrooklyn99 and #SaveB99, to get their message trending online.

Distraught viewers and even some celebrities have taken to Twitter to reach out to the popular streaming service, where the programme is currently available to watch, asking it to ‘step up’ to the high demand. 

Devastated: Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans have demanded that Netflix revive the cancelled show and have even created their own hashtag, #SaveBrooklyn99, to get their message trending

Devastated: Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans have demanded that Netflix revive the cancelled show and have even created their own hashtag, #SaveBrooklyn99, to get their message trending

One person said: ‘@netflix Can you do me a big favour and pick up Brooklyn Nine-Nine? 100% a show that does not deserve to be cancelled. You have the power. Thanks.’

A different account put: ‘I’m hoping Brooklyn Nine-Nine will be saved. Or at least taken over by Netflix so my boy Andy Samberg can still write. NINE-NINE! #SaveBrooklyn99.’ (sic)

Another viewer tweeted: ‘Heard Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled. Time for @netflix to step up and produce it themselves.’

Petition: Distraught viewers and even some celebrities have taken to Twitter to reach out to the popular streaming service, where the programme is currently available to watch

Petition: Distraught viewers and even some celebrities have taken to Twitter to reach out to the popular streaming service, where the programme is currently available to watch

Heartbreaking: It was revealed on Thursday that the beloved American police sitcom had been axed by FOX after just five seasons

Heartbreaking: It was revealed on Thursday that the beloved American police sitcom had been axed by FOX after just five seasons

Help: A different fan pleaded: '@netflix we're waiting for you to save Brooklyn Nine-Nine #SaveB99 #RenewB99 #Brooklyn99.' (sic)

Help: A different fan pleaded: ‘@netflix we’re waiting for you to save Brooklyn Nine-Nine #SaveB99 #RenewB99 #Brooklyn99.’ (sic)

A different fan pleaded: ‘@netflix we’re waiting for you to save Brooklyn Nine-Nine #SaveB99 #RenewB99 #Brooklyn99.’ (sic)

While another confident show watcher added: ‘I’m not too worried about Brooklyn Nine-Nine being cancelled because I can see Netflix picking it up.’ (sic)

The news about Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s cancellation was revealed on Thursday after it was reported that FOX’s American police sitcom had not been renewed for a sixth season despite a rise in ratings.

Pleading: Another viewer tweeted: 'Heard Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled. Time for @netflix to step up and produce it themselves.'

Pleading: Another viewer tweeted: ‘Heard Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled. Time for @netflix to step up and produce it themselves.’

Axed: The comedic show which stars former Saturday Night Live comedian, Andy Samberg, returned to screens in April to a 1.9 million total viewers after a month long hiatus

Axed: The comedic show which stars former Saturday Night Live comedian, Andy Samberg, returned to screens in April to a 1.9 million total viewers after a month long hiatus

Confident: While another show watcher added: 'I'm not too worried about Brooklyn Nine-Nine being cancelled because I can see Netflix picking it up.' (sic)

Confident: While another show watcher added: ‘I’m not too worried about Brooklyn Nine-Nine being cancelled because I can see Netflix picking it up.’ (sic)

According to Deadline, the show had suffered due to constant scheduling changes. 

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine never drew wide audiences, with its ratings performance hampered by the constant scheduling moves between Sunday and Tuesday,’ they reported.  

The comedic show which stars former Saturday Night Live comedian, Andy Samberg, returned to screens in April to a 1.9 million total viewers after a month long hiatus. 

Its return scored the season’s second largest audience – even higher than its winter finale episode. 

Not meant to be: Its return scored the season's second largest audience - even higher than its winter finale episode

Not meant to be: Its return scored the season’s second largest audience – even higher than its winter finale episode

And while series co-creater, Dan Goor, was hoping for another season, he told TVLine last month that if it was to end after five, fans would be content.  

‘In the unlikely event that it does serve [as our final episode], fans will be satisfied,’ he said. 

However, this didn’t seem to be the case on Thursday, with loyal viewers immediately taking to social media to share their disappointment.  

Not happy: Fans were left devastated on Thursday after hearing the news with many taking to social media to reveal their disappointment 

Not happy: Fans were left devastated on Thursday after hearing the news with many taking to social media to reveal their disappointment 

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been cancelled. It’s the funniest, nicest and most inclusive sitcom on television and it’s leaving us too soon,’ tweeted one devastated fan.

‘Brooklyn Nine Nine just got cancelled [sic] can’t even breathe rn @FOXTV u guys just made the biggest mistake ever. Thanks for Five Amazing Seasons [sic] Couldn’t be more heartbroken [sic] So lost for words…,’ wrote another. 

Clearly lost for words, another fans tweeted out: ‘Brooklyn Nine Nine has been cancelled, because all of us are dead and this is hell’.  

FOX have also cancelled The Last Man on Earth and The Mick.  

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s final episode will air on Sunday May 20 at 8:30/7:30c.  

Meanwhile, in the UK, the show will continue to air the remaining episodes on Thursdays at 9pm on E4, with the previous seasons available to stream on Netflix.

Gone: FOX have also cancelled The Last Man on Earth and The Mick

Gone: FOX has also cancelled The Last Man on Earth and The Mick alongside the axed Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Gone: FOX has also cancelled The Last Man on Earth and The Mick alongside the axed Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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