As some of you guys might have heard, several TV shows were cancelled by their networks in the recent month or so. However quite a few of them were “saved”, such as comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine which was picked up by NBC after Fox had cancelled it, and The Expanse which was saved by Amazon after Syfy decided not to renew it.


Fox’s Lucifer was also one of the shows that got cancelled and many were wondering if it would be similarly saved. For a while it didn’t look too good but for fans of the show, there is good news and that is Netflix will be the one saving it. According to a tweet by the show’s main actor Tom Ellis, Netflix has decided to pick up the fourth season of the show.

Netflix has been streaming Lucifer for quite a while now but we guess the show will now be part of Netflix’s catalogue. It is unclear as to how many episodes we can expect in the fourth season, but a report from TVLine claims that it will be a 10-episode season.

This means that compared to the previous seasons, it will be pretty short. The first season ran for 13 episodes, followed by 18 in the second season, and 24 in the third season. We’re not sure why the fourth might only have 10 episodes, but we’ll have to wait and see when more details are offered.

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