Lucifer Season 6 To premiere on September 10

Lucifer Season 6: To premiere on September 10

Netflix’s most beloved show is set to come to an end with Lucifer season 6. After the show’s main star Tom Ellis recently revealed the first glimpse of the last part, and now the streaming platform also revealed the release date for the latest season.

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Netflix’s most beloved show is set to come to an end with Lucifer season 6. After the show’s main star Tom Ellis recently revealed the first glimpse of the last part, and now the streaming platform also revealed the release date for the latest season. A sneak peek of the show was also released, giving fans a glimpse of Lucifer’s journey throughout all of the seasons before taking a peek at a moment from the last part.

As confirmed by the teaser, the show’s final season is scheduled to premiere on September 10, 2021. In the teaser, Ellis’s character can be seen telling an officer that it is his last night in Los Angeles. For the unreversed, the show’s fifth season saw a major twist when Lucifer made the ultimate sacrifice to resurrect his love, Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) who was killed by her brother during a battle revolving around who he will replace. goodbye.

 

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Fans have been particularly looking forward to season 6 considering that show creators Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson had previously said that the final season will be totally different from the rest. According to the showrunners, the final season will be more “emotional” and while talking about the same thing, they told Collider: “We knew we had made this kind of flashy season 5B, with a lot of show, we didn’t want to try to outdo ourselves and be action empty. So we found a more intimate story for all of our characters and a much more emotional one. We didn’t have to struggle to find stories for anyone. a deeper level with everyone. ”

 

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