Lucifer’s Tom Ellis Says He Would Return To The Franchise, But On One Condition


It’s been over two years since Lucifer had its bittersweet ending after six seasons, and some people can’t help but wonder what would the Devil be up to now. The fantasy procedural had a rollercoaster of a run, as it was initially canceled by Fox after three seasons in 2018, and Tom Ellis was devastated. Luckily, Netflix swooped in and saved the series, having it go for an additional three seasons before officially ending it in 2021. Despite the rollercoaster of emotions through it all, Ellis admits he would be up for a return, but there’s a catch. 

After Netflix picked up the series, the streaming service initially renewed it for a fifth and final season after Season 4 dropped. However, it was later renewed for another season, which turned out to be the true end, so Lucifer was able to complete its story. Even despite that, Ellis tells Michael Rosenbaum on his Inside of You podcast that if Lucifer were to come back, it would have to be a movie, and not just any movie:

I certainly feel like, on the TV front, like I said before, we’ve covered all bases. I think that the only thing that would make me go back would be if it were a movie, and it would have to be good. It’s not just doing it for the sake of doing it. We’d have to sign off on what the script was and all those things.

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