It was an emotional rollercoaster, but BROOKLYN NINE NINE IS BACK BABY!

Credit John P. Fleenor  Fox  Universal Television

Credit John P. Fleenor Fox Universal Television

"I Feel Bad" - not a medical series - is a comedy about a working mom who is "perfectly OK with being imperfect", according to NBC's description. The longer a show is on, the more fans have latched onto and begun to love a show and its characters, which is why the cancellation of Brooklyn Nine-Nine earlier this week at the end of its fifth season was so devastating.

When news came out about the show's renewal fans were delighted, especially the main man, Andy Samberg, but it has led people to reflect on other sitcoms that have been renewed consistently.

"If I knew Andy Samberg was going to be cast in that show, we would have never sold it to Fox", he said.

And the cast of "This Is Us", which continues to be a ratings stalwart for the network, also appeared, accompanied by a prepackaged video discussing the Super Bowl episode of the series that revealed the mystery surrounding patriarch Jack Pearson's (Milo Ventimiglia) death.

At any rate, Samberg seemed truly thankful for the last-minute save by NBC. After all, we don't want to see Brooklyn Nine-Nine around for just one season on the network!

This current season - just days away from completion - has seen big numbers for NBC. We can't thank you - or @NBC - enough. "THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS", Miranda said in a post, as the hashtags #SaveB99 and #RenewB99 ricocheted around Twitter.

"We jumped on it really quickly and are thrilled to have it and think it fits into our brand of comedy in many ways better than it fit into Fox's brand of comedy". The network had been among the broadcast networks that bid for the Brooklyn Nine-Nine pitch from creators Mike Schur and Dan Goor when it hit the marketplace in 2012 before the project landed at Fox in a very competitive situation. You did this! You got loud and you were heard and you saved our show!

We were crestfallen, spending our weekend walking the streets, weeping against the shoulders of sympathetic strangers in the streets, calling loved ones to make sure they were okay, and periodically falling to our knees and shaking our fists at the skies while shouting a declarative "Noooooooooooo!"

But Brooklyn Nine-Nine is different.

Pictured: Andy Samberg, lead star of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", speaking onstage during the Fox portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on August 8, 2017. This past season Taken aired during this timeslot before it was eventually pulled from the show and canceled. "Needless to say, these last 24 hours have been a bit of an apology tour for me".

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