‘Lucifer’ Gets Renewed for Fifth and Final Season by Netflix

‘Lucifer’ Gets Renewed for Fifth and Final Season by Netflix

American drama series, Lucifer is all set to come back for its fifth and final season. The show aired its first 3 seasons on Fox Channel and will air its last two seasons on Netflix.

The news of the renewal of the show was first confirmed by TVLine although the premiere date for the new season has not been announced yet.

Lucifer’s season 4 was aired on the 8th of MAY 2019 after Netflix rescued the show, just weeks after the news of its cancellation by Fox channel made headlines.

The show revolves around Lucifer, who is a devil and who leaves hell for LA. Here the handsome devil runs his own nightclub and later progresses through the series as a consultant for the LAPD after helping them solve a murder case.

The show eventually managed to garner favorable ratings and reviews which led to its renewal by Netflix.

It also managed to become the most binged-watched show of Netflix for the month of May as viewers couldn’t get enough of the comic portrayal of the devil.

British actor, Tom Ellis who plays the main lead on the show was hugely praised for his performance as the witty and suave Lord of Hell.

Tom who got married last week shared the exciting news of the show’s renewal on Twitter by saying,

“It’s beautifully overwhelming to know how much love there is for #lucifer out there…thank you to everyone for your congratulations on the announcement of our final season. It’s bittersweet for us too but all good things must come to an end…always leave them wanting more!”

In a statement given by producers Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich they said,

“We are so incredibly thankful to Netflix for resurrecting our show last season, and now letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our terms. Most importantly, we want to thank the fans for their incredible passion and support. The best is yet to come!”

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