Lucifer Season 6: Here’s What We Know So Far

Lucifer Season 6: Here’s What We Know So Far
Lucifer Season 6: Here’s What We Know So Far

Nothing can go wrong now. According to reliable reports, Lucifer actor Tom Ellis gave his blessing for season 6. In recent years, Lucifer fans have experienced an emotional rollercoaster ride that is incomparable in the series landscape. After removal, rescue and seasons 4 and 5 at Netflix should be finally over. Actors and fans had come to terms with the end.

Then, surprisingly, discussions about a sixth season were started. Now the negotiations between Warner Bros. and Netflix are apparently in the final stages. As the well-informed Lucifer TV Line learned, lead actor Tom Ellis signed a season 6 contract, as did showrunner Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson. Meanwhile, almost all of Ellis’ co-actors have active contracts that extend beyond Season 5.

Season 6 is now almost nothing in the way, writes TV Line. The framework for season 6 appears to be in place. Officially, that’s not all. Responsible neither from Warner Bros. nor from Netflix have so far made public statements about the extension. Careful joy is allowed.

Lucifer Season 6: Here’s What We Know So Far

On it, a very quiet: Michael Ausiello from TVLine only reported last week that the negotiations are on the right track. In addition to the split 5th season with 16 episodes, the 6th season would consist of at least 10 and a maximum of 13 episodes. When season 5 starts (in Germany at Amazon Prime) is not yet known. Season 4 ran in May 2019.

The likely extension would follow another Lucifan storm. After Netflix rescued “only” 2 seasons and announced the end after season 5, the fans protested loudly. A petition as the core of coordinated attention strategies in social media has been launched – now with delayed success.

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