The season premiere date was announced via the official social media pages of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The series formally cancelled for FOX on May 10, 2018,  though the following day NBC confirmed that they had picked up the show for the sixth season.
The fifth season of the television sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered September 26, 2017 on Fox. This was the final season to air on Fox, as the series was canceled on May 10, 2018, before NBC picked it up for a sixth season the following day.
Kevin is forced to remain in a safe house with Jake for two months to avoid detection from Murphy. After the Nine-Nine successfully locates Murphy's hideout, Kevin takes down Murphy and the mobster and his men are successfully apprehended. Charles attempts to run his own food truck business. Amy passes the Sergeant's Exam. After their wedding plans fall apart from a bomb threat, Jake and Amy get married outside of the precinct. The season ends at the after-party of their wedding where the squad is unsure whether Holt won the Commissioner title or not.
The fifth season received critical acclaim from audiences and critics, who praised the chemistry, humor, prison arc, performances, and writing, with many calling it a heartwarming ending to the Fox era of the show and some calling it one of the best seasons of the show. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports a 100% approval rating, with an average score of 8.5/10, based on 14 reviews. The website's consensus reads, \"Brooklyn Nine-Nine's final year with Fox pops with such joyous affection that it could have been a satisfying closer for the series, but the ensemble's unflappable chemistry continues to gel so well that viewers will be glad that these cops will live to fight crime again.\"
Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns for the second half of its fifth (and final) season on Sunday, Mar. 18, but you don't have to wait until then to get a look at the first episode back because yours truly has you hooked up.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine heads into the rest of its fifth season with its future uncertain. This season's ratings haven't helped its case, so let's all get on the horn and tell our pals to watch because this one's a 50/50 bubble show. We'll find out what Fox decides later this spring.
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Last year, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine TV show continued its big ratings slide, yet it was not cancelled by FOX. Was the fifth season renewal all about ensuring an optimally sized syndication package Will Brooklyn Nine-Nine be cancelled or renewed for season six Stay tuned. *See update below. 59ce067264