‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Finally Moves Over From Fox to NBC – on Twitter

The 99 is welcomed by its new NBC family

Noice. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has finally joined the NBC family… at least Twitter.

The former-Fox-now-NBC sitcom, which makes its debut on the network at midseason, is now under the Twitter handle @NBCBrooklyn99.

(R.I.P. @Brooklyn99FOX).

Fellow Mike Schur series “The Good Place” was quick to respond to “the 99,” by tweeting “Wait a second…”

NBC picked up “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”one day after Fox canceled the sitcom after five seasons in May. It will make its debut on NBC during midseason of the 2018-19 TV season.

“The Good Place” wasn’t the only NBC show to welcome “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” to its twitter family. Numerous official accounts for NBC shows including “This Is Us,” “Blindspot” and the official “NBC” account. Even shows like “The Office” that aren’t anymore (unless, you know, they bring it back?) got in on the fun.