It’s been a long wait, but one fans were ultimately happy to endure.
Supernatural comedy-drama Lucifer will finally return for a fourth season on Netflix on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, following its initial shock cancellation on the FOX Network.
The news came today via a new teaser showing a buff(er?) Tom Ellis slowly rising from a pool to fetch himself a tumbler of whiskey, with the playful accompanying tagline “He is risen.”
As per the Netflix model, all 10 new episodes will air together, with showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson promising the storyline will pick up on the events of the season 3 finale on FOX in which Chloe (Lauren German) saw Lucifer’s (Ellis) true devil face for the first time.
Also joining the cast this season are Inbar Lavi (Imposters) as the biblical Eve, famously tempted by Lucifer back in the day, along with Preacher’s Graham McTavish as Father Kinley, and newcomer Vinessa Vidotto as yet another of Lucifer and Amenadiel’s siblings, Remiel.
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