Ask the manufacturers of Lucifer what is most important for Netflix to give the green light on season 5 in the hit show, and they immediately respond to "fans."
Co-show runners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich are doing It is clear in all interviews that Netflix is very aware of how much binge watching really is going on.
"Hopefully they will tell us within a month," Modrovich told TVLine. "It tends to be how they do things with first season shows that they will hopefully let everyone know within a month. Bingeing and all fan support helps with that."
Most analysts expect Netflix to publish an official announcement of Lucifer's fate by June 8th.
"Fan support is super important, and especially the first month will determine whether we are getting a season 5 because they are aware," added Henderson.
Fans have already signed an online prayer for several weeks.
It says: "Lucifer" has just been downloaded by Netflix, after being canceled by Fox. Fans were delighted to see a "Lucifer" season 4, but unfortunately it is only 1
The petition [sign here] now has over 12,000 signatories in just one week. (Thanks to many readers of JimHeath.TV!)
Henderson admitted that fan support was "amazing" and "everything one could ask for."
"What I want to say is that we have the opening sequence," Henderson said. "We have literally had the opening sequence in season 5 since we started season 4."
"Yes, we did," Modrovich replied. "We also have another, really fun toy to play with, which we know will be a great leader in season 5, so we're also happy about it."
During an Instagram chat, the team was revealed that there will be a "known face" that appears in hell to visit Lucifer in a season 5.
Modrovich plagued: & # 39; Hitler? & # 39 ;, as Joe replied: & # 39; Probably & # 39 ;.
With petitions running online to bring Lucifer back for a fifth season, fans have also launched a new petition to bring Lauren German's dog to the show.
German Shepherd Pepper was nominated by Fandom, and Twitter users were adamant that he should arrive at the show.
One wrote: "Petition to Pepper to be in season five! She could be like, Chloe's therapy dog after Lucifer left …"
Another said, "I never knew I needed Pepper to steal as Chloe's police dog so far.
– Lauren German (@LaurenGerman) May 15, 2019
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Lucifer runs # 1 for second week, with a Rotten Tomatoes criticism score of 100%.
Lucifans continues to campaign heavily for Lucifer to be renewed by Netflix using hashtag # LuciferSeason5.
Tom Ellis has said he believes there will be a season five with more nudity and poor language on the cards as well.
"I want us not to finish telling our story yet without giving too many spoils," he said.
"With any show you could end up ending at the end of a season and you're either back with a massive cliffhanger and people are left unhappy, or you get the opportunity to tell your story to the end.  "I think we would all love to come back and make a season 5. We just have to see what Netflix says. "
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– tom ellis (@ tomellis17) May 6, 2019
A season 5 on Netflix, or a movie, or both?