Washington D.C. [USA], May 11: After five seasons, cult cop comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been cancelled by Fox.
Fans have been in uproar since the cancellation announcement was made, with a trending hashtag to "Renew 99" quickly taking shape on Twitter.
The cast also sent out their tweets of sorrow and thanks for the undying support over the years.
It was reported on Thursday that FOX's American police sitcom had not been renewed for a sixth season despite a rise in ratings.
Pictured: The show's co-creator and executive producer Dan Goor (left) and actors Andre Braugher (middle) and Andy Samberg (right) speaking onstage during the Fox portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in California on August 8, 2017. It's the only show left on FOX from an outside studio, in this case Universal TV.
But nearly as soon as Fox announced the cancellation, several other networks expressed interest in picking the show up. Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio, Dirk Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller also star.
Although there will be no new episodes (for now), Brooklyn Nine-Nine had a TBS syndication deal in December.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which stars SNL veteran Andy Samberg, premiered in 2013.
An episode about Brooklyn Nine-Nine's characters Jake and Amy's wedding will close out the show as the series finale, airing May 20 on Fox in the United States and on Netflix in Australia.
Say it with me one last time: NINE-NINE! The chemistry between the team, the best weapon in the series' considerable arsenal, was at an all-time high, while it also started to get more socially progressive and tackle bigger societal issues.