The fifth season of Lucifer was destined to be the finale of the Netflix drama. Still, he’s avoided eternal damnation for now, and the producers are thinking about the climactic final season six: They anticipate police reform to figure a lot and COVID-19 doesn’t.
Lucifer showrunner Ildy Modrovich and executive producer Joe Henderson spoke with Variety about the fifth season and final season and revealed why the stunt would only have one cameo in the series, starring British actor Tom Ellis as Lucifer / Michael. “As for the pandemic, we can create some passing references for this, but we’re not going to make a meal out of it,” Henderson explained. “We think that’s something that will hopefully be gone by then.”
When Will The Sixth Season Of Lucifer Be Released?
An official release date has not been confirmed. But the sixth season of Lucifer could come to the summer or spring of 2021.But due to the current coronavirus outbreak, the filming of the sixth season may face glitches, so fans should prepare to get a release date in 2022 at the latest.
The Cast Of Lucifer Season 6
Although we will probably have to wait until after Lucifer season 5, part 2 to find out precisely who will complete the cast; Several cast members have already signed up to reunite for the Lucifer season. As confirmed by What’s On Netflix, the following cast members are all on board to return for season 6:
- Tom Ellis (Lucifer)
- German Lauren (Chloe)
- Lesley-Ann Brandt (Labyrinth)
- Rachael Harris (Linda Martin)
- Aimee García (Ella López)
- Kevin Alejandro (Dan Espinoza)
- Scarlett Estevez (Trixie Espinoza)
- DB Woodside (Amenadiel)
That being said, a surprise outing isn’t ruled out in the final episodes of season 5, so we may have to wait to find out if a red herring is one of the lists.
Lucifer Season 6 Trailer
At this time, there is no trailer for Lucifer Season 6. This is due to the fact that season 6 production has not yet started. The good news is that fans can relive their favorite moments.