Lucifer season four recently fell on Netflix, and it turns out to be totally hit by fans of the show.
The show was canceled after three seasons by Fox, but it was eventually retrieved by Netflix for an incredible fan press to keep the show alive.
It has a great sequel, and season four has proven to be quite popular and they have managed to do so without losing an F bomb in this new season.
The word is forbidden on the FOX network, but not on Netlifx, so of course some assumed that they would tear the sword words in this new season. However, showrunners decided against it.
According to co-showrunner, Modrovick, his colleague Henderson was not sure if the F bombs were needed in their show.
Apparently they both came to the same conclusion that it was just not quite right for the show.
Henderson told the television line: "We tried an F-bomb and it just felt a little weird."
"It was good that we tried it because we sorted out to see how it felt.
" It's like when you get a toy and you start playing with it, and then you begin to realize that maybe this toy, as fun as it is to play with, is not the real toy to play with on the show.
"Families look at our show as older families, and while we both want to make a show that pushed the boundaries, we would not feel unnecessarily profane either. 1
However, it makes sense to keep the tone of the show and perhaps add in F-bombs here, and that would have been a little forced.
Just because they moved the show to another platform, it doesn't mean that  Meanwhile, Lucifer star Tom Ellis has already begun to plague season five's existence with the authors.
Tom Ellis, Henderson and Modrovish all attended a live Instagram Q&A, and Modrovish plagued a large piece season five.
He announced, "There will be a well-known face appearing in hell to visit Lucifer – a person Lucifer knows well."
Henderson cheated in joking: "Hitler? "With Modrovish replied:" Probably! " Fans will keep their fingers firmly crossed that Netflix ends up giving greenlight to Lucifer season five.
Lucifer season four is available on Netflix.