Will Amazon Save ‘Lucifer’? The Streaming Network Sounds Off

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Amazon has already come to the rescue and picked up The Expanse for a fourth season after it was canceled at Syfy. And now, the streaming giant has its eye on another recently-axed show: Lucifer.

Amazon Studios executive Jennifer Salke told Deadline this week that the company is interested in resurrecting the canceled Fox series. “We were talking about Lucifer,” she revealed.

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At least someone at Fox realized that they should do something for the fans.

“I’m not sure where we are on that. I know that international, especially the UK group, was really bullish on that show. I haven’t checked in on that today [June 7], but I heard conversations were ongoing on that yesterday,” she added.

To say fans would be overwhelmed with excitement and gratitude would be an understatement. In an effort to get a pickup, avid viewers and some of the show’s cast have taken to social media in recent weeks and got the hashtag #SaveLucifer trending, proving there are fans all over the world who want to see this show renewed.

The campaign to get a fourth season has so far proven fruitless, but this news is the beacon of hope everyone’s been waiting for.

Another passed-on show that Amazon is looking into is the Norman Lear single-camera retirement home comedy, Guess Who Died, which was passed on at NBC.

“I talked to Norman Lear, whom I love, this morning, because you know I bought the show from him [when she was president of entertainment at NBC],” Salke said. “He still wants to send me the director’s cut of Guess Who Died.”