Following its cancelation on FOX, Lucifer has found new life on Netflix.

Multiple sources, including The Hollywood Reporter and the show's official Twitter account, confirm that Lucifer has been renewed for a fourth season on Netflix.

Averaging 4.1 million viewers (according to EW) an episode, Lucifer brought legions of the underworld (and the Earthly plane) in front of their TVs to watch the former Lord of Hell (Tom Ellis) help LAPD detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) solve homicide cases on a weekly basis, including the cliffhanger that ended season 3.

While the ratings were seemingly not as high as FOX had hoped, the show does have a fiercely loyal fanbase that banded together in the wake of the series' cancelation to make their voices heard on social media.

An episode count and premiere date for the new season have not yet been announced, but we'll keep Daily Dead readers updated as more information is revealed. Are you excited to see Lucifer rise from the afterlife?

Source: THR
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