Season 5 of Lucifer has finally been confirmed by Netflix. But there is another news that left the fans a bit disappointed. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Netflix confirms Lucifer season 5
The fate of the show has been uncertain for a while now and the fans were getting desperate to know about it. When Fox canceled the show, Netflix took up the show and released the fourth installment of the show. The streaming service also said that Lucifer season 4 was the most popular show during this time period.
Other big hits and the original content of Netflix has been left behind by Lucifer. The network didn’t take long to give a green nod to season 5. The producers said that the show will now meet the destiny it was supposed to. Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson, the executive producers, said,
We are so incredibly thankful to Netflix for resurrecting our show last season. And for now letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our terms.
They were truly thankful to the fans for their support and passion for the show. According to the executive producers, the fans have not seen the best yet. They also announced that Lucifer season 5 will be the finale season of the show.
Tom Ellis was truly thrilled and shared his feelings with the fans on social media. He also acknowledged that the fans were disappointed to know that there won’t be a sixth season. Ellis said that it was bittersweet for them also, but every good thing has an end. So besides the fact that the show was renewed, the fans will also have to deal with the fact that it is going to be the last one.