Just hours after being canceled by Fox, after five seasons “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” may be getting a new home and new opportunity to grow. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Television the producers of the show have received calls from several outlets including Netflix, Hulu, and TBS.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' could have a home on streaming service

The studio is planning to fight to bring the show back to life at another network or platform, thanks to the massive support from stars and critics.

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Hulu appears to be the best home for the show. The streaming platform has a history of reviving canceled Fox [VIDEO]and Universal Television shows including “The Mindy Project.”

Netflix is also a strong possibility because it just approved a two-season order for the hit show “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” NBC’s comedy orders in comparison from last year have gone down from three to two.

The cancelation of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” shows the new reality of a canceled show or passed-over pilot to find new life with a different network or platform. Last year the CW launched “Insatiable,” but was then canceled and later picked up by Netflix.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' not the only show looking to be revived

Conversations are also beginning about bringing “The Mick” and possibly Will Forte's “The Last Man on Earth” to a new home. While many were shocked about Fox’s decision to cancel the popular series, the writing on the wall had been around for a while. TVLine reported earlier that the show was getting fewer viewers than in contrast to what the earlier seasons were getting. Entertainment Weekly reported that the current average is the show’s lowest audience count ever.

Co-creator Dan Goor told TV Guide that ratings were not necessarily something that Fox was looking at and instead were most interested in “Brooklyn-Nine Nine” being one of the most-watched live action shows on Hulu.

He also said that the 9:30 PM timeslot hurts because it is going to be sleeping time for the kids.

The hit show has become an award-winning crown jewel for the network and the TV landscape will forever be at a loss without it. Fans have taken to social media to air their grievances and beg for the show to be picked up by anyone. Celebrities have even taken to Twitter asking Netflix to pick up the show.

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has taken charge and asking for someone to renew “Brooklyn-Nine Nine.” The comedy starred Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, Chelsea Peretti, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker.