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Ildy Modrovich Reveals How Many Episodes Lucifer’s Season 5 Will Contain

Ildy Modrovich Reveals How Many Episodes Lucifer’s Season 5 Will Contain

Earlier last month, Lucifer’s fans finally got their wish as Netflix released fourth season of the show after Fox axed the series a year earlier. Recently, Netflix renewed the show for fifth and final season and fans were quick to rally again to revert the network’s decision to end the show next year. While Lucifer showrunner Ildy Modrovich has been relatively quiet about the network’s decision, she recently turned to Twitter to reveal her thoughts on final season of the show as she revealed the number of episodes final season of Lucifer.

Recently, Modrovich sent out a tweet addressing the season five of the show. She wrote, “Sorry I’ve been quiet on this issue. Truth is, it’s cuz I’m torn. So much of me could do #Lucifer forever. But I’m also immensely grateful YOU & @netflix gave us the chance to continue our story together. And I know S5 is going to be a love letter to our #Lucifans so…”

Modrovich’s recent comment on the show’s final season shouldn’t come off as a surprise if you have followed the development of Lucifer throughout last year. The show wasn’t even supposed to come back for fourth season but Netflix eventually gave the show a new home following fans’ petitions over internet. Although there are many fans who would like to see the show continue beyond fifth season, unfortunately it won’t provide the required resources to produce a quality show unless a network wants to get a show with established audience. In a follow-up tweet, Modrovich later revealed that the final season of Lucifer will contain ten episodes as she said the team will make every minute count.

 

Since its premiere last month, Lucifer has been in news for all sorts of good reasons. Recently TV Time report revealed that Lucifer was the most viewed show in terms of binge watching. However, since Netflix doesn’t reveal official figures for unique viewers, it’s unclear how many people actually viewed the show. Given the Lucifer’s storyline, it’s likely that the show attracted a small number of audience members. Most likely Netflix wants to attract a broader audience which shouldn’t be surprising considering the number of subscribers on the platform. Nevertheless, Netflix’s decision to cancel the show after fifth season was highly surprising considering the network has a long history of keeping shows around regardless of their success. While season five will be the end of Lucifer on Netflix, first four seasons of the series are available on Netflix. Fifth season is expected to enter production later this year with an expected release date in next year.

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