Lucifer Season 6 is set to be the final season of this popular Netflix series that came to the streaming giant from Fox. Even though the filming of the series’ sixth time has been concluded, ardent fans are badly awaiting the release of Season 5 part two nonetheless. With Season 5B hitting on the streamer in late May this season, let us take a peek at what audiences can expect from the highly-anticipated sixth time and find out when will of Lucifer be on Netflix.
When will Lucifer Season 6 Release?
Though the filming of Lucifer Season 6 was wrapped, the crew is currently working their magic behind the scenes with all editing. This usually means that the sixth season is currently under post-production while additional details about it have been kept under wraps currently. According to a report by Fansided, as season 5 drops on the streamer in late May 2021, Lucifer Season 6 could possibly release six months later May 28, i.e. November 2021, or 12 weeks afterwards, i.e. May 2022. However, the report also implied that there are high Odds of it releasing in May next year as a gap of 12 weeks between every year’s release has been observed across all seasons.
Lucifer Season 6 Plot Details
There were rumors there if season 6 will be a continuation storyline or another angle framed in terms of plot. Answering the words, the production Joe Henderson made it crystal clear that the story will continue the show sooner.
Lucifer Season 6 Cast
The cast of Lucifer Season 6 comprises Tom Elis, playing the devil Lucifer, Lauren German playing with Chloe, Lesley Ann Brandt as Maze, Rachael Harris as Linda Martin, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez, Kevin Alejandro as Dan Espinoza, Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza, and D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel.
New arrivals for Lucifer Season 6 will be Scott Porter, Chris Coy, Rob Zabrecky, Merrin Dungey, Brianna Hildebrand, and Mandy June Turpin.