Ahoy Me Mateys Captain Cats here! Earlier this year Fox decided to cancel Brooklyn nine-nine and Lucifer, but thanks to their fan base both shows are alive. Brooklyn nine-nine was pick up by NBC and soon after Lucifer was pick up by Netflix, and as of yesterday, Lucifer has officially announced that the series started production on season 4. As reported by Screen Rant , the new season will be shown on Netflix and will be a two-part season with the first half be a 10 episode arc. Even the cast released a one minute video on Netflix’s ‘See What’s Next’ Twitter account.

For anyone who doesn’t know who he is, here is a mini history lesson for you. Lucifer was introduced in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman #4 of April of 1989. He was the ruler of Hell for over 10 billion until he became bored and felt it was an unfair punishment just because he rebelled three seconds after creation. During The Sandman run, Lucifer closed up hell, handed it over to Dream of the Endless and retired to Earth. Soon later he had his solo run from 2000-2006, and this series is where the TV series is based off on. The 2000-2006 solo series was written by Mike Carey.

So what do you think about about season 4 being on Netflix, are you hype or not? Let us know in the comment below.