'Lucifer' Gets Fifth and Final Season at Netflix


Lucifer is getting a fifth and final season at Netflix. 

The supernatural series shared the news on Twitter on Thursday afternoon, with a celebratory selfie video starring Tom Ellis. "Yes!" the 40-year-old actor loudly screams in celebration in the clip. "I'll see you in Hell." "Thanks to the lucifans, #lucifer's story will come to an end the way it should: the fifth and final season is coming to @netflix," the tweet read. TV Line was first to report the news. 

Lucifer was picked up by Netflix in June 2018, a month after its cancellation by Fox after three seasons. Season four's 10 episodes debuted on Netflix on May 8. 

It's been a big week for Netflix announcements. On Tuesday, Ashton Kutcher announced that his series, The Ranch, will come to a close in 2020. On Monday, the streaming service revealed that the Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini-starring dramedy, Dead to Me, had been picked up for season two. 

See more on what's coming to Netflix in the video below. 


Ashton Kutcher Announces His Netflix Series 'The Ranch' Will End in 2020

'Dead to Me' Renewed for Season 2 By Netflix

'Lucifer' Star Tom Ellis Teases His Sinfully Fun Twist on the Devil: 'It's the Ultimate Redemption Story'

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