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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Coming to NBC

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, May 14, 2018.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. theredline

    Trusted Supporter

    Thank God. All the garbage that gets renewed and they cancel this?!? Amazing.
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  3. Osceola13

    Bringin the ruckus

  4. Pooch


    for the love of God bring back The Expanse
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  5. gabe

  6. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    The Last Man On Earth too please and thank you
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  7. bodkins


    Wait. That got cancelled? Whhhhyyy?
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  8. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    Because Fox fucking sucks and chose to overpay for a shitty Tim Allen show instead of keeping their great shows
  9. bodkins


    Damn. I must’ve missed the announcement. That’s ridiculous.
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  10. Helloelloallo

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    Honestly at the end of the day, I don't think it will turn out as an over pay. As much as it pains me to say it, there has been a huge conservative outcry to get that show back and Roseanne has been a success so far showing that this could be to. Plus Last Man standing appeals to an audience that will actually watch TV and not watch it at a later date through their website or on demand and I think that's what networks want, people tuning in live.
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  11. CMilliken


    Great news. Still wanting The Mick to find a home somewhere. What’s up with networks canceling their best shows? Kinda annoying.
  12. macbethfan

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    This. Most people back in my hometown barely know how to use their DVR, much less network-specific streaming apps. Some use Netflix, but many watch TV on a schedule like the old days.
  13. TerrancePryor Prestigious

    No. It's because Fox is a business, and if your show does poorly in the ratings, it has to go. Fox aren't going to lose money to keep a show on because a very small group of people like it. Last Man Standing was ABC's second biggest comedy before they dropped it for money reasons. Fox did a smart thing.
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