LUCIFER season 5B has only jusy dropped on Netflix but fans already want to know if there will be a sixth series.
Tom Ellis has returned as Lucifer Morningstar, leaving viewers begging for more.
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Will there be a Lucifer season six?
Lucifer has been renewed for a sixth and final season.
Season 5 was initially announced as Lucifer's last, but something must have changed because Netflix can't get seem to get enough of the devilish show.
The official Twitter account confirmed that Season 6 would be the last.
Netflix tweeted: "The devil made us do it. #lucifer will return for a sixth and final season. like, FINAL final."
When will Lucifer season six be released?
An offical release date has not been confirmed.
But judging by the release pattern of the previous two seasons, Lucifer season six could arrive in Spring or Summer 2021.
However, due to the current coronavirus outbreak, filming for season six could face delays, so fans should prepare themselves for a 2022 release date at the latest.
What is Lucifer season six about?
In August 2020, the first details of what fans can expect from the show’s final season were released.
Lucifer’s sixth and final season is currently in production and showrunner Ildy Modrovich has opened up on a key episode in store.
In early 2020 TV police dramas and comedies received criticism in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.
In response to the criticism, Ildy revealed season six will include an episode that addresses the global movement.
At said: ”When we got back to the [writers] room, we started looking at the fact that we're a cop show and in what ways have we contributed or not addressed the systemic issues of the police department.
“And we decided we wanted to speak to it.”
Who will be in the cast of Lucifer season six?
Tom Ellis and Lauren German will reprise their roles as Lucifer Morningstar and Detective Chloe Decker.
Dennis Haysbert has also been confirmed as the great Almighty and Lucifer’s previous boss.
That's all we know so far.
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