Ranking the Success of Saved Shows: 'Lucifer,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' & More

Meredith Jacobs
Saved Shows Successes Lucifer Brooklyn Nine Nine One Day at a Time
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Most of the time, when a network cancels a show, that's it. But a few times, another network or a streaming service swoops in and resurrects it.

Such has been the case with popular series in recent years, to varying degrees of success. Some have only returned in order to wrap up storylines. Others have gone to air multiple seasons at a new home.

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Check out the top contenders, including 'Whiskey Cavalier' and 'The Passage.'

With a new season of Lucifer coming on Netflix, as well as comedies Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Last Man Standing doing well on new networks, we're taking a look at the success of saved shows.

Scroll down to see these series ranked from least to most successful. (We've taken into account factors including ratings, when applicable, and number of seasons ordered after being saved.)