“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Canceled by Fox

After five seasons, Andy Samberg’s comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been cancelled. 

The news was confirmed to ET by a Fox rep, which means that the network’s second-longest-running live-action comedy (behind New Girl) is about to wrap up its fifth and final season. 

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly Samberg said he was hopeful about the chance of a renewal. 

“I think we’ve had an incredible season. I feel really proud of the episodes. I feel like we’ve had a really nice upswell culturally,” he said. “There was a lot of attention around the 99th episode and we got a lot of love during the Olympics, which was really cool. And there was a lot of really beautiful attention paid to the development with Rosa [Stephanie Beatriz] coming out as bi. I certainly feel we’re in a good place, but as to whether or not we get more, that’s obviously far beyond my reach,” he added. “But fingers crossed.”

Also cancelled are The Mick and The Last Man on Earth. 

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s season five finale airs May 20.