Urban crime fantasy Lucifer might get another season on Netflix as TVLine and Deadline report talks between the streaming platform and series producer Warner Bros. Television about another installment.
The show announced on June 7, 2019 the renewal of the show for its fifth and supposedly final season. Later on, it was revealed that the fifth season will have 16 episodes to be split into two parts. The first eight will be aired in 2020 but no final release date has been announced yet.
Reports claim that Lucifer's executive producers, Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson, would like to do a sixth season. If a new deal pushes through, production will begin in September this year.
However, on June 27, 2019, Modrovich confirmed season five being the last one saying that it will give the show the chance to give its story "the ending it deserves." Lucifans will still have to wait for Netflix or the series' producers to confirm or repudiate the news of going beyond the presumed finale.
Season 5 of Lucifer will star Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Kevin Alejandro, and D.B. Woodside, among others. The story follows the journey of Lucifer Morningstar who left hell to find himself running a club and assisting the Los Angeles police in solving crimes.
Netflix picked up the show's fourth season from FOX Network following the cancellation in May 2018. Lucifer first aired on Netflix in May 2019.
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