Lucifer Season 6 Updates: The first part of the fifth season of “Lucifer” premiered on Netflix, fans are now waiting for the second and from there, for the sixth and final installment.

The flames of hell continue to burn: “Lucifer” will have its sixth and final season. On Tuesday, June 24, 2020, Netflix confirmed the renewal of the series for a final batch of episodes, a few weeks after Tom Ellis reached an agreement with Warner Bros. Television to go forward and backward from the underworld.

In principle, the streaming company had decided that “Lucifer” would end with its fifth season, the first part of which was released on Friday, August 21, but such was the pressure from the followers of the comedy-drama that Netflix could not help but leave behind and provide it another year to live.

the devil made us do it. 😈 #lucifer he will return for the third round like FINALfinal[as-sittul-a[[arsta;unbħ

— Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) 23 June 2020

TVLine reported on May 29 that Tom Ellis (Lucifer) had reached an agreement with the studio to continue playing the king of the underworld in the sixth installment, which will now be the last one. At the end of February, showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson had done the same, leaving the table set for the renovation, which would wait a few months.

On 8 September, the same media reported that the sixth season will consist of 10 episodes, six less than the fifth installment. That is, “Lucifer” will close its run with 93 episodes if Netflix doesn’t increase the order as it has already happened in the past.

What will be the possible plot of Lucifer Season 6?

To have an idea of ​​what can occur in the new batch of episodes of “Lucifer”, it is critical to wait for the fifth season to be complete.

For now, at the end of the first part, after spending thousands of years in hell, Lucifer went back to Los Angeles to stop Michael, his twin brother, whose final plan is still unknown. While he said he wanted to destroy Lucifer’s life and then destroy it, in the end he didn’t stop acting mysteriously, even when he fought against the lord of the underworld and Amenadiel and appeared, in the bottom line, God.

Lucifer Season 7 Destiny

So what will occur in the second part of the fifth season? Since God came all the way down to the surface, he must put things in order. However, it isn’t clear how much Michael could have influenced his father during the absence of the other angels. Even his arrival may be part of the evil archangel’s plan.

When Netflix went back and announced a sixth season, both Modrovich and Henderson felt they had an opportunity to end the story the way they all the time wanted, and clearly ruled out any further renewals. In mid-July, in dialogue with EWthey said that the sixth will undoubtedly be the “last story” of Lucifer.
In mid-August, Modrovich added, talking to ET Online, that season six will be even more social, as it will address the Black Lives Matter movement. Since “Lucifer” is a police program, the team wants to explore “how we contributed to or addressed the systemic problems of the police department”, based on a story that denounces the use of extreme force against the population African American.
On October 29, Modrovich announced that they had finished writing the script for this last season.

What is the estimated Release date of Lucifer Season 6?

The sixth season of “Lucifer” doesn’t yet have a release date Netflix. Not even the second part of the fifth installment, the first eight chapters of which were released on Friday, August 21 worldwide.

At best, the series finale could come streaming in mid-2021 and at worst, late.

The recordings of the sixth season officially began on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, instantly after the completion of the filming of the last chapter of the fifth part, the work of which had been postponed for several months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Can we expect a Season 7?

While anything can occur in “Lucifer,” a renewal for a seventh season is very, pretty unlikely.

When Netflix revived the series for a sixth season after canceling it in its fifth season, it specified on its social networks that this time it would be the “final ending”. Furthermore, last August, the showrunners insisted, in a conversation with TV Guide, that six installments were perfect for the show, while Tom Ellis confirmed on Kings of Con: The Podcast that the sixth would be his latest installment as Lucifer Morningstar.