Don’t go looking for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Fox. After the network canceled the comedy, NBC picked it up for Season 6. There are a few ways fans can watch the season premiere this week.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 6 premieres Thursday at 9 p.m. EST. Anyone watching on TV should simply turn on NBC.

For those who want to watch online, NBC’s website has a live stream, but it requires login information from a cable provider.

“B99” fans who wait until Friday also have several choices. NBC has full episodes available on their website and app, many of which don’t seem to require a cable provider login. Those who watch “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Hulu don’t have to change their plans. The streaming platform will still carry the TV show, despite the network switch. Fans will just have to remember to tune in on Fridays now.

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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Sesaon 6 premieres Thursday. Trae Patton/NBC

The move to NBC is not a shocking one. The show is produced by Universal Television, a sister studio of NBC, so the move makes financial sense. It also puts all of creator Mike Schur’s shows on one network and one night. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” airs at 9 p.m. EST on Thursdays while Schur’s other hit, “The Good Place,” takes the 9:30 p.m. EST slot.

Though Season 6 is airing on a new network, it doesn’t sound like much has changed for the show.

“Everyone was like, ‘We just want you to do more of what it’s been. That’s why we like it,’” star Andy Samberg recently said on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” “So we’re staying the course. It’s changing in the ways that any show changes where the characters are growing.”

The Season 6 premiere will pick up with Capt. Holt (Andre Braugher) revealing news about his promotion while Jake (Samberg) and Amy (Melissa Fumero) go on a nice honeymoon.