Lucifer showrunner and EP Ildy Modrovich told her Twitter followers that the Warner Bros TV series will have a footprint at San Diego Comic-Con next month. The series, which was canceled by Fox, promptly was picked up by Netflix for a fourth season after a big #SaveLucifer campaign that started during the past month on social media.
We’re hearing early speculation about exactly how Lucifer will show up down in S.D. A panel never was planned, as the deadline to do so with the convention already passed. There’s a number of ideas being kicked around, i.e. some of the Lucifer EPs and talent briefly parachuting into another WBTV Comic-Con panel, an off-site press event or appearance at the WBTV booth.
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Lucifer, based on the DC Vertigo comic book, has made appearances at Comic-Con since the series was launched, screening its premiere episode down there in 2015. In the past, cast members Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Rachael Harris, Kevin Alejandro, Aimee Garcia and Tricia Helfer have a history of showing up, as do EPs Modrovich and Joe Henderson.
Lucifer‘s season 4 will be shot in Los Angeles and will likely obtain more California tax incentive money, as it did last year. We hear that the writers room opens on June 25. Comic-Con San Diego runs from July 19-22.
Here’s Modrovich’s tweet:
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