Don't expect the cancelled Fox drama Lucifer - based on the Vertigo comic book series - to find a new how about the DC-friendly the CW. The Network's president threw water on the idea during a press call prior to the network's 2018 upfronts Thursday.
“We have not had conversations, there have been no discussions,” Mark Pedowitz reportedly said during the call according to Deadline. “We have been focused on own development, we are happy with what we have.”
A #SaveLucifer campaign was launched by fans to find a new home for a fourth season of the Warner Bros. TV production following the Fox cancellation.
The CW did pick up Supergirl following its cancellation at CBS and Black Lightning when Fox did not order it to pilot. The CW did not save Constantine after its cancellation at NBC but revived the title character played by Matt Ryan into the CW 'Arrowverse.' Ryan joined the regular cast of Legends of Tomorrow this year.
WBTV is still reportedly exploring new homes for Lucifer, pitching it to steaming services and premium cable networks. Warner Bros.’ own upcoming DC Universe digital platform is of course a possibility.