On June 15, news broke that #LuciFans had been successful with their campaigning, as Netflix picked up Lucifer for a fourth season. The reaction across social media was… jubilant, to say the least.
Everyone from the creators, to the cast, to the fans immediately took to Twitter to share their joy at chance for the show to continue on.
Showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich thanked the fans for their relentless support in petitioning networks, and streaming services, to bring back the show.
Thank you thank you THANK YOU to all the #Lucifer fans. You brought us back. YOU did this. So relax, take a breath, put some ice on those fingers that have been hashtagging up a storm… and get ready for more deviltime ?
— Joe Henderson (@Henderson_Joe) June 15, 2018
#Lucifer. Okay… now that I can see again… and I’m sitting in a kiddie pool of happy tears… I just really want to thank you. ALL of you. From the bottom of my heart. Your unshakable love and support did this. It’s truly astounding. My heart is bursting. ❤️? pic.twitter.com/vdAOOJ4lU1
— Ildy Modrovich (@Ildymojo) June 15, 2018
The Devil himself, Tom Ellis, got lyrical with his own thank you, to the tune of Mr. Mister’s “Broken Wings.” And don’t think we didn’t notice those appropriate horns atop his head.
— Rachael Harris (@RachaelEHarris) June 16, 2018
DB Woodside, who plays Lucifer’s brother, Amenadiel, had some colorful language in his own thank you video — but considering how emotional we all are about its revival, we understand and may have used some of our own expletives.
We’re back. ?????? pic.twitter.com/80jx5ohJV3
— DB Woodside (@dbwofficial) June 15, 2018
Aimee Garcia also couldn’t believe they were picked up for season 4, and, yep. More expletives. “Holy s$%t!”
NEVER. GIVE. UP. ?? pic.twitter.com/lIECelQxBr
— Aimee Garcia (@Aimee_Garcia) June 15, 2018
Other current, and former, cast members and crew also shared their joy across social media, including Tricia Helfer, and Laura German.
Congrats, Lucifer team, on the Netflix season 4 pickup. You’re gonna rock it. Lucifans, you guys made it happen with all the noise. Congrats to you all too!
— Tricia Helfer (@trutriciahelfer) June 15, 2018
You fans are incredible. You did this. We are so happy to keep the family together. Lucifer on Netflix is back. Has a ring to it I say. Thank you @netflix and Thank you to each and everyone of you who fought like a demon!
— ?Lesley-Ann Brandt (@LesleyAnnBrandt) June 15, 2018
— Chris Rafferty (@chris_rafferty) June 15, 2018
Thank you LUCIFANS this is ALL because of YOU. Thank you to @TVLine for your support & for giving our fans a place to be heard❤️ Thank you @Netflix for giving the our FANS a Season 4. We PROMISE we will not let any of you down! Beyond grateful❤️ #LUCIFERSAVED? pic.twitter.com/fPRCewQBZO
— Rachael Harris (@RachaelEHarris) June 15, 2018
— Kevin Alejandro (@kevinmalejandro) June 15, 2018
— Scarlett Estevez (@ScarMestevez) June 15, 2018
Of course, the cast and crew weren’t the only ones excited by Netflix’s decision to resurrect the show on their platform. Everyone from Neil Gaiman, to William Shatner, to Eric Haywood, to every. single. #Lucifan inbetween was stoked to see Lucifer back.
Congratulations to Lucifer
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) June 16, 2018
— Eric Haywood (@EricHaywood) June 15, 2018
This is such great news. https://t.co/eu8TqkmZAx
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 15, 2018
— Amy Taylor (@bingewatchtv247) June 15, 2018
AFTER ALMOST A MONTH NONE OF US GAVE UP AND WE KEPT FIGHTING TO GET OUR SHOW BACK, WE KEPT TWEETING #SaveLucifer AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN AND WE DIDN'T LOSE HOPE AND IT WAS FREAKING WORTH IT CAUSE WE SAVED OUR SHOW PEOPLE WE ARE GETTING THAT SEASON 4 WE AND THE CAST DESERVE pic.twitter.com/l8cYGKN5mT
— WE DID IT Sarah Somerhalder (@DeckerstarASAP) June 15, 2018
— Peter Gross (@PeterGrossArt) June 15, 2018
— ?piranhapunk™ | #LuciferSaved (@piranha_punk) June 15, 2018
— marina?? | #LuciferSaved (@marina_1728) June 16, 2018
There’s currently no word on when Lucifer season 4 might air on Netflix, or what the exact plan for the show is moving forward. But, for now, we have more devilishly good content to look forward to in the not-so-distant future.