Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Last Man Standing were saved from cancellation for the same reason | Vox

Todd VanDerWerff:

It used to be that cancellations and renewals were mostly simple business. Shows with good ratings were renewed; shows with bad ratings were canceled. (...)
In the past 10 years, however, that has changed more rapidly with every TV season. Now, it’s important to understand a whole bunch of behind-the-scenes information before you know whether your favorite show with weak ratings is a cinch to come back or probably done for. And the most important question to ask is one that isn’t always easy to answer: Who owns the show? Who stands to make the most money from its continued existence?

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