Lucifer Canceled By Fox After Three Seasons


Series creator showrunner Joe Henderson took to Twitter to voice his disappointment at Fox's decision - and to apologize for the way the show is now going to end: With a cliffhanger.

Lucifer has been cancelled at Fox after three seasons. Our incredible fans supported us every step of the way. "I'm sorry for that", he tweeted after learning of the bad news.

Though a strong performer for FOX at its start and very well-cast, Lucifer had struggled in its third season both in ratings and creatively.

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Cast member Rachael Harris, who plays Dr. Linda Martin on the show, had another suggestion: "What do you think @LuciferonFOX fans?"

The cult favorite series joins other Fox cancellations, including Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Last Man on Earth, The Mick, and The Exorcist, with several shows still on the bubble.

Conversely, the cancellation of The Exorcist had been expected after two low-rated seasons in a rough Friday night time slot.

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Lucifer was another show about a comic book character on a network schedule full of them.

Of these two decisions, Lucifer's was the most surprising easily. The series was averaging only 4.1 million viewers and a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49 this season, including DVR playback.

Ildy Modrovich, another executive producer, expressed frustration, too, but seemed to hint producers aren't giving up in trying to find another home for the show. "There are no bad guys in this scenario".

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Miss Chrystine sought to save Lucifer through force of will: "Lucifer is literally the only serial show on TV that I watch". One was a fun spin on crime-solving and the other was a truly terrifying experience - each of them nearly entirely perfectly cast.