Netflix has added six more episodes to the final season order for Lucifer, its popular / cheeky as hell supernatural crime drama.

Netflix’s See What’s Next account announced the news, tweeting: “Lucifer season 5 just got a HELL of a lot better – and bigger! We’ve added six more hours, for a grand total of 16 episodes!”

Season 3 did have a mammoth 26 episodes but season 4 only had 10, so 16’s a solid middle ground.

Fox, a network that apparently likes to axe popular shows (re: Brooklyn Nine-Nine), cancelled Lucifer last May after three seasons on its network. After a fierce social media campaign, Netflix saved the series and renewed it for a fourth season. In June, the network announced it had renewed the series for a fifth and final season.

The supernatural series follows the devil – yes, the devil-devil – Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) after he leaves Hell to chill with humans. He mostly spends his time being a saucy shit / helping LAPD detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) solve crimes.

SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! I’m about to talk about the season 4 ending.

Season 4 frustratingly ends on a cliffhanger, where Lucifer heads back to Hell for an indefinite amount of time. Minutes before, Chloe tells him she love him – she actually says it aloud to him – but after four seasons, they still can’t be together. In the final seconds of the season, the Prince of Hell finally returns to his throne. And, *fade to black*.

The series co-stars Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen), D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel), Kevin Alejandro (Dan), and Rachel Harris (Linda Martin).

Binge seasons 1-4 of Lucifer on Netflix now.