With Lucifer 5B dropping within the next three days on Netflix at the 28th May which should be marked and highlighted by all the ardent fans of this series, the netizens and fans also do have season 6 in their minds as initially whilst season 5 was touted to be the last season for the hit Netflix series Lucifer which originally aired on Fox till season 3 and later got picked up by Netflix (Lucifer, Netflix – 2019 to present), last summer Netflix dropped a bitter sweet news of how Lucifer is going to come back for another finale season 6 on Netflix and so we take a look at everything we know so far about Lucifer season 6 finale.
Fans are going to be happy as well as sad since this season finale will be last time they would get to see the eternal love story of star crossed and fated lovers Lucifer Morningstar essayed by Tom Ellis and L.A.P.D. detective Chloe Decker played by Lauren German but not dampening their happiness, this is everything we know so far about Lucifer season 6 finale.
Fans might be feeling emotional and also bit happy but yes certainly it is everything we know so far about Lucifer season 6 finale.
In last year June 2020, the official twitter handle of Lucifer gave this sweet and unexpected surprise to fans with their tweet that clearly stated, “the devil made us do it. #lucifer will return for a sixth and final season. like, FINAL final”.
When we talk about release date of Lucifer season 6, all of us know how the entire Lucifer gang is really secretive and hush hush about timings and with Lucifer 5 B being released within next three days now, we might not know when is Lucifer season 6 going to be dropped but we do know that it has begun filming and confirming same, back in October 2020, showrunner Joe Henderson had tweeted, “Today is our first day of shooting #Lucifer season 6! So happy we’ve finished up season 5, and we will be working our buns off to get it finished and to Netflix! Thanks to our incredible cast and crew for working hard and safe and delivering a kickass finale!!”.
Also divulging and revealing some extra details on twitter, she wrote, “everyone should prepare for it taking longer than they’d like – post [production] is a lot of work and takes time”.
With all this in mind, we predict that maybe Lucifer season 6 might be airing towards end of this year and also according to a well renowned hollywood portal, there are going to be about only 10 episodes in finale series.
Definitely in Lucifer season 6, along with Tom Ellis, all these stars are also coming back to reprising their roles and they are Lauren German as Chloe, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze, Rachael Harris as Linda Martin, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez, Kevin Alejandro as Dan Espinoza, Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza and DB Woodside as Amenadiel.
Recently it also got confirmed on how Scarlett Estevez is coming back as Trixie Espinoza who is Chloe’s daughter in second half of fifth season and for the sixth season as well since fans had raised concerns on Trixie not returning due to busy shooting schedules but a well renowned global entertainment portal confirming her return with showrunner Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich said, “Fans will still definitely get their Trixie fix. We adore Scarlett and shuffled things around a bit to make sure we could keep the tale of the future President of Mars going!”.
Of course, with the plot ambiguity around Lucifer 5B, we don’t know if any tragedies will occur, bidding farewell to any of the characters mentioned above.
Chris Rafferty also announced on microblogging site twitter that due to COVID-related scheduling changes, Karen Gaviola will no longer be able to direct the penultimate episode ‘Goodbye, Lucifer’. Kevin Alejandro (who plays LAPD homicide detective Dan Espinoza) will be taking her place.
Originally through interviews given by both Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich we knew that season 6 was not on the cards firstly wherein Joe had said, “It was very, very similar to when we went from 10 episodes to 16. We were like, No, this is perfect. If we do this, it’ll ruin everything! Then three days later, you’re like, Wait, how could we not have done this?. It’s the story we were always going to tell, but just written much larger and to me now so much more interestingly that it breaks my heart to think we weren’t originally going to do it this way”.
Then Ildy 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. So we’re actually doing a story that speaks directly to it, and we’re super excited about it”.
Executive producer Mike Costa in his earlier interview via a global entertainment portal had said, “We realised that we were kind of rushing the end of the show, that we had come to the conclusion of the arc of season 5 with what Michael was doing, and what Dad being there meant, and all of this stuff, and different conflicts between the characters, and then we had this extended denouement that was to wrap up the series. We had our end of the season, and then, here’s the coda that wraps up our series”.
He also added, “It’s still going to be the same end that we figured out over a year ago, it’s just going to be strung out in a much longer space”.
For now fans can enjoy binge watching Lucifer Season 5B which is coming in three days on Netflix and they all are going to have to wait bit more for trailer and teaser of Lucifer season 6.