It was not too long, but before we were abandoned jonesing for more once more. Luckily, Netflix has already announced that the series will go back for a sixth season, which was a relief for lovers to listen to. Despite its popularity, Lucifer has ever felt like it’s limping along, barely sneaking in for another season every time network execs do a sweep. Lucifer lovers are committed, however, and even started petitions to keep the show rolling. This has no doubt helped the series continue to discover new life, and the anxiety this uncertainty creates could also bring about why each episode feels so gloriously satisfying; such as we are cheating death.

However, even as the thrill of Lucifer’s fifth season settles in, we are already looking ahead. Here is what we know up to now about season 6 of Lucifer.

The Release Date Of Lucifer Season 6

As per some sources, the release of this fifth season has been verified to 2021. After months of rumors, that the release of the sixth season of the series was confirmed. The 7th season release date is expected to come out once the 6th season goes on the air. However, no official release date has been given by the show’s manufacturers, but if the speculations must be believed, season 7 will be out next year. Although as a result of the existing COVID situation, the filming of season six was postponed, which has long been the show’s release date. So the lovers can expected the arrival of season 7 through 2022. The news of this release of this season has been doing rounds for some time.

The Cast Of Lucifer Season 6

Without knowing how season five ends, it is tricky to understand which cast members will reprise their roles for Lucifer season six as anything can occur following that magnificent midseason cliffhanger!

But it seems probable that fans can anticipate most of the existing cast members to reunite such as, of course, Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German as his cherished Detective Chloe Decker and D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel.

New cast members have also been confirmed including Friday Night Lights actor Scott Porter, Chris Coy and Rob Zabrecky although details of that they will play the series have not been released.

The Plot Of Lucifer Season 6

Initially the sixth season was supposed to be the finale of the collection. However, the production team decided to call it rather than a wrap in season seven. The fifth season is forecast to follow Ellis Lucifer’s story, who is bored and miserable as the Lord of Hell. He resigns from the duty of being the lord and abandons his kingdom for Los Angeles, where he helps LAPD detective Chloe Decker. In the fifth season, keys could be revealed, and the treasured characters would die. The story for the seventh and sixth season was kept under wraps. Reports have said that the storyline for its sixth season would continue with that of the fifth season. It seems like we have to wait for a little while until the season’s trailer is released.