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So…Why Isn’t ‘Lucifer’ Coming Back for Season 7? Here’s What to Know About the Potential for an Extra Season

Even the devil has to say goodbye. Fans are tuning into the sixth and final season of Lucifer as it bows out for real this time. After the show’s big move from Fox to Netflix (and a surprise announcement that the fifth season wasn’t going to be the final one), our favorite detective and devil are officially bidding fans adieu. Unfortunately for us, trending #SaveLucifer won’t bring it back this time, but that doesn’t mean our questions about why it has to end are answered.

Here’s what we know about why Lucifer isn’t coming back for a season 7.

Is season 6 really the last season for Lucifer?
As much as we wish differently, Lucifer is officially coming to an end with the release of its sixth season. Originally, Lucifer season 5 was announced as the final run before Netflix surprised everyone with a special renewal. (Six *is* one of Lucifer’s favorite numbers, after all.)

Showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich were originally set on ending the series with season 5 until Netflix came along and asked if they were willing to write one more.

“It was very, very similar to when we went from 10 episodes to 16 [in season 5],” Joe Henderson told Entertainment Weekly. “[We were] like, ‘No, this is perfect. If we do this, it’ll ruin everything! Then three days later, you’re like, ‘Wait, how could we not have done this?'”


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What are the chances of getting another surprise season with a Lucifer season 7?
While we wish that the show could continue on forever, the showrunners admitted that season 6 is the true proper ending. In fact, they even told Netflix this would be the last extension before agreeing to a sixth season.

“It’s the story we were always going to tell, but just written much larger and to me [now] so much more interestingly that it breaks my heart to think we weren’t [originally] going to do it this way,” said Joe. “When they were like, ‘Can you do one more?’ we said, ‘Yes, but this our last story.'”

At least we can always rewatch it on Netflix if we’re ever missing our favorite characters!/news.yahoo.com

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