Lucifer is back for the seventh season, and it’s coming to Netflix. Fans of the show, which was canceled by Fox before being picked up by Netflix, will be able to enjoy all 10 episodes of the final chapter.
The release date of Lucifer Season 7:
Although due to the current COVID situation, the filming of season six has been delayed, which has extended the series’s release date. So the fans can expect the arrival of season 7 in 2022.
The cast of Lucifer Season 7:
- Tom Ellis
- Lauren German
- Kevin Alejandro
- D. B. Woodside
- Lesley-Ann Brandt
- Scarlett Estevez
- Rachael Harris
- Kevin Rankin
Trailer of Lucifer Season 7:
There is no trailer for Lucifer season 7.
The plot of Lucifer Season 7:
The seventh and final season of Lucifer is expected to be the most intense yet. According to showrunner Ildy Modrovich, “Lucifer will finally come face-to-face with his true destiny.”
Fans can also expect a different kind of fall from what they’re used to – without supernatural beings on Earth for him to fight against, he’ll have time to deal with himself, which could lead to some introspection and soul searching as well as other dark temptations. The end goal is for Tom Ellis’ character’s story arc in this last chapter being about finding redemption before it’s too late.
There are many questions that need answering in regards to how the series will wrap up, such as who exactly gets sucked into the hell hole, what will happen to Charlotte Richards (Tricia Helfer), and more importantly, who is Lucifer’s son. The end goal for Tom Ellis’ character’s story arc in this last chapter is about finding redemption before it’s too late.
There are many dark temptations that lucifer can deal with himself without having supernatural beings on earth for him to fight against, which could lead to lucifer introspection or soul searching while also dealing with his own family drama, among other things.