Lucifer is among the top most popular shows on Netflix; it holds the record for the most binged show on Netflix for seven weeks straight. The makers have now confirmed season 6. Read on for all the details about Lucifer Season 6 announcement.
Lucifer currently has four seasons on Netflix (seasons availability depends on your country) and a rating of 8.2 on IMDb, 87% on Rotten Tomatoes. Netflix announced Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 streaming date yesterday, and fans could not hold their excitement to see their charming lord of hell on the big screen.
Netflix Announced Lucifer Season 6
On top of that, Netflix just announced Lucifer Season 6 with a sassy short video. They captioned it, “Lucifer will return for a sixth and final season. like, FINAL final. oh and season 5 is back august 21.”
For the uninitiated, 666 is the devil’s number, and maker’s creatively used it to announce next and ‘final’ season. Earlier season 4 and then season 5 were said to be the last season; however, due to immense fan demand, makers are officially moving ahead with season 6 even before releasing Lucifer Season 5.
According to reports, Tom Ellis renewed his contract with the makers, and it is hard to believe he renewed contract just for one more season, and the fan demand keeps on rising, so we believe season 6th would be last. Fingers crossed, Luciferians!
About the show, Lucifer is a supernatural crime drama/love story. Lucifer, aka the Devil, is bored with ruling hell and decides to retire in Los Angeles on Earth. He runs a huge bar called Lux and gets involved in a police case handled by Detective Chloe Decker.
Lucifer soon discovers that there is some connection between them even though they are opposites in personalities, and decides to help her solve cases and stay around her professionally.
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