Lucifer season 6 is slated to be the final season of the beloved series to hit Netflix from Fox. Its sixth season will launch on Netflix in late 2021 or 2022 and we already know a lot about the sixth season of the show. Here’s everything we know about Lucifer season 6.
In case you haven’t already, check out our Lucifer Preview of Season 5, which we think is the biggest and best on the internet with a full timeline of what happened in the development of that show and all the new guests and stories we can look forward to.
With the first part of season 5 added to Netflix in August 2020, most of the attention is directed to part 2, which supposedly wrapped up filming and is due out in early 2021, but we have more on that in our preview. separated.
Lucifer season 6 Netflix renewal status
Originally, of course, Lucifer season 6 was never going to happen.
Netflix’s revival of the series from season four was destined to end after season 5. That’s partly why the show was split into two halves and given an extended season.
When Netflix gave season 5 the final order of the season, naturally fans weren’t happy that Netflix was bringing Lucifer back to life, only taking it away from him two seasons later. It led to their regular campaigns, like petitions (with the best performing petition getting over 100,000 signatures).
With the numerous high-profile campaigns and the fact that Lucifer continues to break records out of the water, the fans prevailed and once again revamped the show.
Where is Lucifer season 6 in production?
Official production status: Filming (Last update: 12/22/2020)
During the summer of 2020, Lucifer season 5b was suspended due to the pandemic. We know that most of the episodes have been filmed, but a few more had to be completed.
In August 2020, we learned that filming for season 5b was due to restart in October 2020, although it actually started on September 24, 2020.
Tom Ellis stated in numerous interviews that the production would transition simultaneously from Season 5 to Season 6.
In late September 2020, various cast and crew members posted to confirm that season 6 had officially started production.
Filming, however, began on October 6, 2020 as confirmed by co-showrunner Joe Henderson.
At the end of October 2020, we received confirmation that the writers had concluded their work on the sixth and final season with Ildy Modrovich on Twitter to confirm that it was the “last day in Lucifer’s writers room.”
As for when can we expect Lucifer season 6 streaming on Netflix? Our guess is as good as yours. With Part 2 streaming in early 2021, it’s not inconceivable that the series could return to Netflix for Season 6 in late 2021. Our safe bet right now is early 2022, though.
There you have it, everything we know so far Lucifer season 6 is coming to Netflix in the next few years. Let us know in the comments if you’re excited.