Astin also tweeted, "Have nothing 2 do with the show".
NBC changed its mind after hearing the outcry of fans who were disappointed by the cancellation of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine".
Online, Hamill interacts with fans, likes Tweets and posts about Star Wars, and just really seems like he is a cool, relatable person in everyday life.
Brooklyn Nine Nine, Greenblatt said, fits into NBC's brand of comedy, in many ways better than it ever fit on Fox, adding that, had he known Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg would be cast in the series, he would not have let it be sold to Fox in the first place, calling it a "missed opportunity" for NBC.
Fans quickly started a social media campaign to save the show, which premiered in 2013, and enjoyed support from several famous faces, including Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro, who described its cast of characters as "beautiful, powerful, flawed" and "fully human".
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"TERRY LOVES NBC", and "YOU DID IT INTERNET!"
Fox decided last week to pull the plug on the cop comedy after five seasons.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn't the only show to get cut on Fox. "It wouldn't have happened without you". The show, which initially bordered on being too tongue-in-cheek, has thrived in its later seasons by exploring more hard topics such as racial profiling, corruption, gun violence, and sexuality. Among them were Oscar victor Guillermo del Toro, composer-actor Lin-Manuel Miranda and "Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill, according to Entertainment Tonight. "@HamillHimself I want to personally THANK YOU Mark for using the power of the force to save Brooklyn Nine Nine!".
ABC denied Allen's political views played a role in its decision, saying the show's cancellation was motivated by "business and scheduling reasons".
"Oh NOOOOOO! I'm SO not ready to say #ByeBye99", Hamill tweeted.