It appears as if even legendary writer Neil Gaiman is jumping on the #SaveLucifer train. Following the shocking cancellation of Lucifer this past Friday, Gaiman expressed his desire to see the Fox network reconsider its decision.
On Sunday, Gaiman, who co-created the Lucifer character along with artist Sam Kieth in the writer's The Sandman comic book series, shared his disappointment in the cancellation of the beloved supernatural series. "Well, this sucks," he wrote on Twitter. "I hope some people change their minds. Or Venusian Brainslugs with a commitment to good television take over the minds of the relevant Network Execs.
Well, this sucks. I hope some people change their minds. Or Venusian Brainslugs with a commitment to good television take over the minds of the relevant Network Execs. Right @kimrhodes4real? https://t.co/hUeTMDDE4e— Nails Ghoulman (@neilhimself) May 14, 2018
The television series was loosely based on Gaiman's Lucifer comic book series, which was a spinoff of The Sandman that saw the fallen angel abandon his hellish throne to open a piano bar in downtown Los Angeles.
A longtime artist on the comic series, Peter Gross, has also been vocal in his desire to see the popular television series revived. On his Twitter, you will be able to find many posts with the trending hashtag, #SaveLucifer -- something we should really all be tweeting about.
Lucifer's Season 3 finale, which will now serve as the series finale, airs Monday night at 8 p.m. on Fox.