Lucifer Season 5 Really is the Last, Says Showrunner

The writers have also returned to the table to begin work on the final season's scripts.

By Michelle Kaotic

When Lucifer was let go after its third season on the Fox network, fans around the world rallied behind the show desperately trying to save it. The #savelucifer went viral and before long, it was announced that Netflix had picked up the fallen series. Season 4 premiered on May 8th, 2019 with all 10 episodes available on the streaming platform.

Less than 24 hours later, fans were already asking for a fifth season. Shortly after, their prayers were answered when the cast and crew announced that not only were they coming back for another season, but it would ultimately be their last.

Since then, fans have been asking if there is a chance that their support of the series could be saved and addition seasons be filmed. Ildy Modrovich, one of the showrunners, addressed that on her social media stating in part ...while we feel just as sad as many of you do that this marvelous ride is coming to and, a fight won’t change things right now.” You can read her full response below.

The show has garnered a large fan following despite its difficulties along the way. A censorship campaign early on almost grounded the show, then the cancellation and resurrection on a different network, and now news that this is Lucifer’s final season. Throughout that, fans have stuck by the show and its cast.

In an Instagram post today by Tom Ellis (Lucifer Morningstar), the actor shares a photo of the writers returning to the offices for day one of working on the final script.

Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for season five news of Lucifer as it becomes available.

About the Author

Michelle Kaotic

Growing up in Northern Ontario, Canada, I still remember that first time watching The Exorcist as a kid. While others looked away, I took in every pea green puke and head-spinning moment that I could. Since then, horror and music have become passionate hobbies in my life. Although new to the convention scene, I’ve been collecting both horror and music items for over two decades. Two moments that make these hobbies worthwhile were coming face to face with Freddy Krueger himself, the legendary Robert Englund, and shaking hands with guitar icon Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. I started Kaotic Notes back in 2015 to house the numerous reviews, interviews, photos, and videos that I had done, and continue to do so to this day. It’s only rock and roll with a touch of blood and gore. What can go wrong?!

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