Lucifer is Netflix’s latest revival show. Previously it belonged to FOX who decided to cancel the show after its first three seasons, but as a response of the massive campaign of fans, Netflix managed to pick it up and decided to continue its story.
How did Season 4 do? Well, It smashed TVTime’s binge report rocketing to number 1 outperforming HBO’s Game of Thrones. Season 4 was exclusively streamed on Netflix. After it’s a massive success of the last season on 7th May 2019, the season was given its final season order. This was confirmed by both Netflix and Tom Ellis.
In a statement to Hollywood Reporter, Netflix said: “We are thrilled that Lucifer fans around the world have embraced this series on Netflix, and we can’t wait to give them the big finish they’ve all been waiting for.”
In the fourth season, Lucifer and Chole revealed their love for each other ( which was not a surprise after all) and said Eve was never his first love. Throughout the season, we’ve seen Chloe struggle to come to terms with the fact Lucifer has a demonic side, which is why the introduction of Eve made sense. He bids her goodbye as he returns to hell( obviously temporarily)with no intention of coming back to L.A.
So what can we expect for season 5? In an interview, Tom Ellis said they are not yet finished telling us the story. Lesley-Ann Brandt, who plays Mazikeen, noted that“how can we not do a season 5? Fans are going to be salivating and begging for more absolutely.”
When can we expect the last season? We’re currently planning the final season to arrive on Netflix in 2020. The reason for this is that the show got a quick renewal and therefore production will begin reasonably shortly.
How well did Season 4 do? The show was called back from the dead, and the fans were so pleased that the IMDB ratings for almost every episode are 9-9.9.