You all probably remember when FOX decided to cancel Lucifer after the third season, and the fans started a petition to save Lucifer, right? Thanks to that petition, Lucifer has actually been saved, and the fourth season of the show is now coming to Netflix.
In this post, we’ll be talking about Lucifer Season 4, and everything that we know about it so far. Before we go any further, I want to let you all know that this post contains a lot of spoilers. If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest you stop reading this post right here. However, if spoilers don’t really bother you, we can get started on the post.
Lucifer Season 4 will set a lot of things right. Earlier, the show used to air on Fox in America, and sometime later, on Amazon Prime in the UK. However, now that the show is on Netflix, it’ll be released internationally on the streaming giant. Coming over to Lucifer Season 4’s we don’t really have one right now.
But, we’re expecting an announcement very soon and hopefully, we’ll get athen. All that we know right now is the fact that Lucifer Season 4 is coming out at some point in 2019.
From what we know, Lucifer Season 4 will be split into two parts, and it will have a total of 10 episodes. This means that we’ll get five episodes at once, and then there will be a break, which will then be followed by five more episodes, leading to the conclusion of the fourth season of the show.
As you all may know, the show was on air for three seasons straight before Fox canceled the show. Netflix now renewed the show for the fourth season, and that being said, it happened because the fans tweeted ‘SaveLucifer’ 8.5 million times on Twitter. Garcia recently commented that she’s pretty confident for another season and that there might be a fifth season.
So keep your fingers crossed and support the show, we might see more seasons for sure. This is all the information we have on Lucifer Season 4 and 5 for now.