Lucifer Season 5 ended with a thrilling cliffhanger. But fans can take comfort in realizing the last season is on its way.
Kevin Alejandro, that plays Dan Espinoza on the Netflix show, led the season 5 finale and will be helming the series’ penultimate event. Here are some of the juicy tricks he dropped about Lucifer Season.
Lucifer Season 6 Release Date
Though Netflix has not declared an official Release date for Lucifer Season 6, the streaming platform confirmed last June that the show would be returning for that which will reportedly be a 10-episode closing season. The sixth time began shooting last October, and based on social media articles in the cast, it ended shooting sometime around late March 2021. In the earliest, fans could expect a late 2021 Release date, but it seems more likely the Lucifer Season 6 will be released in ancient 2022.
Lucifer Season 6 Cast
While there was some concern that Tom Ellis (who performs Lucifer) wouldn’t go back for Season 6 because of contract problems, it was confirmed last May that Ellis had signed on for the sixth and final season. It appears likely that the remaining part of the Lucifer main cast — which includes Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, Scarlett Estevez, and DB Woodside — will probably be returning for Season 6.
“Lucifer” Season 6: Plot
We always use the term angel on earth’ when we encounter some fantastic human. But have you ever heard devil on the planet’? Well, if not, then see this supernatural show!
Because the story is about the real devil Lucifer who comes around the ground. And why? Since he was tired of his monotonous life of punishing sinners in hell.
That’s why he chose to come on the planet and started realizing it is truly the biggest hell! He began living as a regular human being but started getting attention. Well, the sixth installment will be the final one and hence we’ve got a lot of expectations for this. We want it to finish on a good note.
It will be interesting to see whether he contributes to hell or will he stay here forever.