Lucifer season six is finally coming! But with a new season comes many questions about the cast, release date, plot spoilers, and more. We’ve compiled everything you need to know about lucifer season 6 right here so that you can get caught up before it drops!
The release date of Lucifer Season 6:
This will be the final season, unlike season 4, it will not return. Because of the pandemic, we anticipate Season 6 of Lucifer to be released in Mid or Late 2022.
The cast of Lucifer Season 6:
- Tom Ellis as Lucifer
- Lauren German as Chloe
- Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze
- Rachael Harris as Linda Martin
- Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez
- Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza
- DB Woodside as Amenadiel
Trailer of Lucifer season 6:
Not just yet! Lucifer season five part two landed on Netflix on Friday 28th May and we expect the streamer will want to give it some time to breathe before teasing the next season.
The plot of Lucifer Season 6:
Expect season six to delve into some of the actions that Lucifer takes as he settles into his new job, as well as the impact that his new responsibilities have on his relationship with Chloe.
When Lucifer was confirmed for a surprise season six renewal, some fans worried it would interfere with the plans that showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson originally had for the show but they have attempted to settle these fears.
“What we realized is that the last bit of that [series] finale episode was actually a lot of great stories sped up just to give us a satisfying ending for all our characters,” Modrovich told Entertainment Weekly.
In addition to what we’re opening up from that ending, we thought of one giant story that just needed to be told, so that’s what really stuck the landing for us.” Lucifer co-star DB Woodside has also teased what the final season has in store for his character, the angel Amenadiel, who he hints will have a new romantic interest in the concluding chapters.
Spoiler Alert of Lucifer Season 2:
Well, it would be better not to get in deep of season 6; otherwise, we’ll know beforehand that will happen, and we’ll lose our excitement. So, if you’ve seen the fifth season, you would know that by now Lucifer is Go, Michael got rid of the winds, and Chloe resigned from LAPD.
Is Lucifer Season 2 worth binge-watching?
“We are in a very different place than we were last season, so it will be fun to see how that plays out this year. But I can’t give anything away about what you should expect from the final season because then there would be no surprises!”