NBC has renewed "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" for a seventh season, the network announced Wednesday.
However, it will be only the second season of the NBC comedy. The show was canceled at Fox last year, but it was due to be resumed at NBC shortly thereafter. The series producer Universal Television was also in talks with Hulu to keep the series afloat, but the streaming service was finally adopted.
Season 6 debuted in January with seven episodes aired to date. The series was originally chosen for a season of 13 episodes, but NBC brought that number to 18 in September. Season 6: Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Joel McKinnon Miller, Dirk Blocker and Chelsea Peretti, Peretti coming out of the show in the fourth episode of the season. Dan Goor, Michael Schur, Luke Del Tredici and David Miner are executive producers. Universal Television, Fremulon, Dr. Goor Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment.
"This is one of our great joys as a network to give Brooklyn Nine-Nine a second life," said Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta, co-presidents of NBC Entertainment's scripting program. "Congratulations to Dan Goor, Mike Schur, Luke Del Tredici and David Miner, as well as to our exceptional team and team, who make the best of New York every week.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has an average score of 1.4 among adults aged 18 to 49 and 3.9 million viewers of Live + 7, an increase in both measures compared to the same point in its last season on Fox. The show is also a strong digital player for NBC programming, drawing 45% of its key demo audience from non-linear sources. According to NBC, this percentage is the highest among NBC broadcasts.
On Tuesday, NBC announced that it had also renewed its three "Chicago" shows. The network had previously renewed "The Good Place" and "New Amsterdam".