After three seasons, Vertigo adaptation Lucifer was cancelled by Fox. This led to much outcry from fans, who immediately started campaigning for another network to pick it up. The CW showed little interest, while Amazon said there were talks about a revival. Now, the world’s largest streaming service is here to the rescue.
It has been announced (via TV Line) that Netflix has picked up Lucifer, which will now return for a fourth season. The new season has a 10-episode order. The decision was made at the last minute, as the cast’s options for future seasons were about to expire. This marks Netflix’s first DC/Vertigo show; the service has created several original shows based on Marvel properties.
No further details on Lucifer season four, including a premiere date, are known. But fans should surely be satisfied by the show’s revival. Stay tuned for more as we have it.
- Paul’s 15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2022 - January 17, 2022
- How Legendary Pictures Can #ContinueTheMonsterVerse After GODZILLA VS. KONG - April 19, 2021
- 5 More Marvel Legacy Characters We Want to See in the MCU - February 7, 2021