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‘Lucifer’ Season 4 Premiere Title Revealed

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It’s been a wild road for the Lucifer fans, and they succeeded in bringing the show back for a fourth season. Now that Fox gave the rights to Netflix, which saved the show from being canceled, we are officially getting a fourth season. A few days ago star Tom Ellis and co-star Lauren German made a sweet post about going back to filming Lucifer. With that news, the writers behind the fourth season decided to tease the fans a little bit.

The premiere title will go by the name ‘Everything’s Okay,’ knowing where we left off in season 3, it will probably address that, and it might also be a message to the fans. Back when Fox canceled Lucifer, thousands of fans signed a petition to bring back the show. After a lot of begging, crying and praying that the show would get picked up, Netflix saved the day.

Cindy Holland, the VP of Netflix’ Original series, posted online why exactly they saved Lucifer.

“Netflix saved #Lucifer because it is a fantastic show that has really resonated with audiences in parts of the world where we licensed it so we felt it was important to help that show continue for those fans.” – Cindy Holland

Once again you can see that it is because of the fans that it got picked up, every fan in this fandom should be proud because you did what many fandoms couldn’t. You made a network believe in a show when the first one didn’t anymore. Especially to the audiences outside of the US. I didn’t even think this was possible until it happened in front of my eyes. It makes me believe in the power of the audience!

Are you happy Lucifer got saved by Netflix? What do you think this title means for the fourth season of Lucifer? Let us know in the comments below.