We have all enjoyed seeing Lucifer on Netflix from our sofas, but there’s some bad news: that the series is set to conclude after the sixth time. The filming has already concluded, so, together with the second part of year five having just hit our screens, what do we know about season six of Lucifer?
Initially, we were not even going to have a year six of one of Netflix’s most well-known shows, however, the voice of the fans won out as over 100 million people signed a petition calling for its final season to be pushed back, as it was initially set to finish after the two-part period five. Lucifer fans celebrated last June when Netflix verified there is a sixth time.
Lucifer season 6 Release Date
While there hasn’t been a release date declared by Netflix, given that the filming concluded in the spring of 2021, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see season six of Lucifer come out later this year. Perhaps more towards the tail end, when you consider that the second part of the season only came out on May 28.
Lucifer Season 6 Cast
Several cast members have already signed on to reunite for Lucifer season.
- Aimee Garcia (Ella Lopez)
- Kevin Alejandro (Dan Espinoza)
- Scarlett Estevez (Trixie Espinoza)
- D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel)
- Tom Ellis (Lucifer)
- Lauren German (Chloe)
- Lesley-Ann Brandt (Maze)
- Rachael Harris (Linda Martin)
Lucifer Season 6 Plot
The storyline of Season 6 will soon finish void and suspense left in the next installment of Lucifer Season 5. Season 6 will likely consist of 10 episodes. An entire 10 season episode record was Tweeted by the office manager of Lucifer Writers Room. The authenticity of the same couldn’t be confirmed.