In an Instagram post, Tom Ellis attached a photo of him as Lucifer Morningstar leaning on a DeLorean (the time travelling car), with a caption, “Good things are coming.”
While fans anticipated for the next season’s premier to be on August, Lucifer will continue to capture our hearts as it is set to have its debut on September 10, 2021! Season 7 however will be the final season, ending the story of how The Lightbringer himself has become somewhat of a God after sacrificing his life for Chloe Decker (Lauren German) in the last season, which ended on a cliffhanger.
What to Expect on ‘Lucifer’ season 6
Early in 2020, rumors circulated that Netflix had reconsidered its decision and was looking to renew season 6, but only if everyone had signed up. Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson extended their contract for a sixth season in late February 2020. With the show’s final season arriving in just under two months, the official trailer for the show’s final season is likely to be released soon. Meanwhile, Netflix has presented us with a hilarious teaser that features our first glimpse at Lucifer’s last night in LA, which was used to promote the final season’s release date.
Netflix have previously revealed this official synopsis to the public:
This is it, the final season of Lucifer. For real this time. The devil himself has become God… almost. Why is he hesitating? And as the world starts to unravel without a God, what will he do in response? Join us as we say a bittersweet goodbye to Lucifer, Chloe, Amenadiel, Maze, Linda, Ella and Dan. Bring tissues.
Tom Ellis (Lucifer/Michael), Lauren German (Chloe Decker), DB Woodside (Amenadiel), Rachael Harris (Dr. Linda Martin), Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen), Inbar Lavi (Eve), Aimee Garcia (Ella Lopez), and Kevin Alejandro (Dan Espinoza) will all return for the concluding Season 6.
Unfortunately, Lucifer season 6 will be the series’ final season, as there are currently no plans for a seventh season. While it’s regrettable that Lucifer will be ending with season six, the show’s sixth season serves as a type of extra season. Netflix had planned to discontinue the show after season 5, but after another fan campaign, the actors and creative team were approached about the possibility of a sixth season, and the show was subsequently taken up for a sixth extra season.
That’s all we know thus far about Lucifer season 6, which will premiere on Netflix soon. Are you excited for the return of the ever-gorgeous Lucifer Morningstar? Let us know in the comments!