It’s the end-times for Lucifer, the show about a sexy crime-fighting devil and all the shirts he takes off. After being canceled by Fox, the show was saved by Netflix for a fourth season. Now the powers that be have decided to give the light-bringer one more concluding season. “We’re thrilled that Lucifer fans around the world have embraced this series on Netflix, and we can’t wait to give them the big finish they’ve all been waiting for,” the company said in a statement reported by Deadline. Lucifer is one of several Neil Gaiman works currently having a second life as TV shows. American Gods is getting a third season on Starz, and Amazon’s Good Omens adaptation premiered earlier this week. Lucifer is probably the most divergent from its source material, as Lucifer in the comics is a cabaret owner and in no way solves murders. Causes a few, though. Lucifer is in the Netflix U.K.’s top-ten titles. With all five seasons on the streaming service, it will be among the platform’s original series with the most episodes.