Terry Crews and Andy Samberg attend "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" FYC Event held at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, June 22, 2016.
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NBC is perfecting the art of reviving canceled comedies with its pickup of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine".NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt noted Sunday the show is made by an NBC Universal-owned studio. If he had known earlier in the series' development that Andy Samberg was going to star in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," Greenblatt said, NBC's studio never would have sold it to Fox.NBC says it will introduce five new dramas and two new comedies next season.The drama "Blacklist," said to be on the fence to return, is on the midseason schedule.Three series will premiere in the fall.
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