Lucifer’s final season has been given a green signal, with a total of 10 episodes, that will be streaming on Netflix.
On June 23, Netflix has revealed that the much loved show Lucifer will be making a comeback for the sixth season, and that will be the last season.
In one of the interviews, Tom Ellis said that he isn’t surprised with people getting angry, rather the fact was he wasn’t ready enough and expecting so much love and appreciation for Lucifer.
The first half of the series got released on 21st August, but however, the exact date for the final season has not been out. Nevertheless, it seems that probably it will get released by 2021. Lucifer got shut after the end of its third series, released on Fox, but then it got picked up by Netflix after a campaign done by its large number of fans.
The shooting for the finale season could have started on an early date but unfortunately due to the pandemic situation, it got postponed. However, after a few months of the pandemic, the team continued their quarantined shoot. Hopefully, it seems that the final season will be more intriguing and amazing.
In one of the interview, Joe Henderson addressed the story that will be shown in the final season. "It will remain exactly the same as we had planned and it was really very, very important to us. When the idea for season 6 came up, Ildy (Modrovich, the co-showrunner) and I said to Netflix, 'if we do this and we find the right story, the thing we don’t want to do is to undo everything we have done'. Once you see Season 5B you will understand how A and B are actually one big season. How it all relates … The things that happen in the Season 5 premiere fit in completely with the ending."