Lucifer renewed for sixth and the last season. Read below to find out the details of the final season.
Cunning and handsome devil Lucifer Morningstar bored of his life in hell, comes to inhabit with the mortals in the City Of Angels i.e. Los Angeles. The motive of Lucifer’s relocation is because he wants to understand humanity.
Lucifer unlocks the deepest secrets of a human using his superpower ability i.e. telepathy. Later Lucifer finds himself as an LAPD consultant who punishes the criminals through law and justice while battling with his emotions for detective Chloe Decker who is the only one to bring out the good side inside him.
Lucifer: Release Date
The urban fantasy finally comes to an end with season six.
After airing the first three seasons of Lucifer, Fox Networks dropped it after season 3 attained the lowest ratings. Furthermore, the series was picked up by Netflix a month later.
Initially, it was announced that the series will conclude in the fifth season by dividing the season into two halves. However, the fans weren’t satisfied with it and started petitions for the series to last a little longer. Considering as the show was blowing records, the network consented for the renewal of Lucifer but only for one more season, which led Netflix to revive the sixth season of Lucifer last year in June.
Season 5 was comprised of sixteen episodes out of which eight episodes were aired in August of 2020. The premiere of the remaining eight episodes is still not yet disclosed.
The release of the final season which will consist of ten episodes will only happen after the fifth season is completely broadcasted.
While the filming of the majority of episodes was shot before the pandemic hit, there were still some scenes left to be recorded.
In September 2020 the show went into production for the second part and moved to film the final season in October.
For early 2021, the cast reassembled for filming the sixth season in Los Angeles.
The second part of Lucifer is expected to be released in early 2021 on Netflix, the details regarding the release of the sixth season remain unsealed. The best-case scenario is in early 2022.
Lucifer: Cast for Season 6
Tom Ellis confirmed his return for the final season to portray his role of Prince Of Lies, Lucifer.
Beside him the other cast members returning for the final season will include:
- Lauren German as Chloe Decker
- Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze
- Rachael Harris as Linda Martin
- Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez
- Kevin Alejandro as Detective Dan Espinoza
- Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza
- DB Woodside as Amenadiel
Lucifer: What to expect?
As season 6 was never supposed to happen, the storyline of the final season will remain pretty much the same as it was before it’s revival.
Though we will be getting a much detailed ending then it was originally planned if the series would have finished in the fifth season.
When asked about the possibility of a seventh season, the co-producers of the show Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson were quick to deny it by stating that the sixth season will surely be concluding the series.
Netflix’s upcoming show The Sandman will also have Lucifer as one of the characters. While many had hoped Tom Ellis to appear as the Prince of Darkness in the series were left disheartened as the Game of Thrones actor Gwendoline Christie was confirmed to play the role of the devil.