Lucifer? The fantasy series, that follows Lucifer AKA the devil who abandons Hell for a livelihood fighting crime in Los Angeles, has been a hit with audiences ever since it debuted in 2016 but will soon come to a close with its sixth and final year. Keep searching for whatever you need to know…
Who’s Involved With Lucifer Season Six?
As we mentioned above, Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson who function as co-showrunners are equally onboard to watch Lucifer season six through.
It wasn’t until early July before DB Woodside confirmed he would be returning a Tweet stating:
Happy to announce that I will be returning to Lucifer for season 6. Additionally, I will be directing an episode for our final season. ❤️This is a beautiful cast. We stand by each other. We fight for one another.
So… let’s get to work. ✊🏾#AngelTrainingBegins@LuciferNetflix
— DB Woodside (@dbwofficial) July 5, 2020
Tom Ellis was ecstatic about his coming responding: “Utterly thrilled and excited to get back alongside you in front of and behind the camera.”
Also attached for up 6 so far 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
- D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel
In late September 2020, Scott Porter confirmed he would be emerging in both season 5b and season six. Scott is mainly known for his character in Friday Night Lights but has also showcased in Speed Racer and will have a part in Netflix’s upcoming drama Ginny & Georgia.
Why am I wearing a #Lucifer hat, grinnin like a fool, #Lucifans? 2 reasons.
1: I am joining @lucifernetflix for Season 5 & 6!
2: My old friend, Luci himself, Tom Ellis is auctioning off a fan Zoom call to raise $ for #HuntingtonsDisease!
Bid NOW at https://t.co/lAGxbzv1Dn! pic.twitter.com/jpITgcVJZt
— Scott Porter (@ScottPorter) September 23, 2020
In October 2020, we got word of two brand new guest stars who will feature in season six. These are Chris Coy and Rob Zabrecky.
Chris Coy is popularly known for his appearances on The Duece, The Front Runner, and Detroit. He is set to play the role of Alan.
Rob Zabrecky is known for his appearance in A Ghost Story, Lost River, and Criminal Minds. He is set to play the role of Horace Goldfinger.
In December 2020 we heard of many new castings.
EW revealed that Merrin Dungey and Brianna Hildebrand will be starring in year six. They especially”will have ties to the series’s family.” Dungey who’s well known for Alias will play Sonya. Hildebrand who’s well known for Deadpool will play Rory.
On December 10th we exclusively revealed that Mandy June Turpin would be guest-starring in year six in the use of Dr. Jessica LaMotte.
Mandy June Turpin will play the role of Dr. Jessica LaMotte in Lucifer season 6 episode 6.
Mandy is most known for her roles on Nashville, NCIS and Heathers.#LuciferSeason6 pic.twitter.com/bHoKY1OTIC
— What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) December 10, 2020
Lucifer Season 6 Release Date
Tom Ellis teased fans with a behind-the-scenes snap of him exercising with his trainer along with a smiling devil emoji, leading many to believe that the actor was getting into devilishly excellent shape because of his position as Lucifer Morningstar following a break for the holidays.
Fans’ suspicions were confirmed in February when a celebrity in Lesley Ann Brandt, who plays Lucifer’s loyal demon Maze on the series, snapped a behind-the-scenes picture from her trailer. She captioned the photo: “Good to be back….safely @LuciferNetflix”.
In terms of if we can anticipate the sixth season to property on Netflix? Well, given that year five-part B, which ended filming last year remains to broadcast, we believe the oldest could be late 2021.
What Did Will Happen In Lucifer Season 6?
Per Ellis, who disclosed to The Wrap he’s seen the whole outline for Season 6, the series has pretty much the same ending it could have experienced if it ended as originally planned with Season 5. He explained: “Fundamentally, where we finish our series in Season 6 is where we were going to complete in Season 5–but we have another story to tell in between as a breaking off point”
Lucifer co-showrunner Joe Henderson went into more detail in a Collider interview: “Season 5 is precisely what it was always going to be, except the very, very end of this is now its season, plus these new ideas we came up with as we all dug into it and explored it.”
Talking to Variety, meanwhile, the showrunners hinted there might be some references to current events in the last pair of episodes. Henderson said: “Pandemic-wise we could make some passing references to it, but we are not going to make a meal of this. . .But the 1 thing we are likely to address is our place inside the world of police procedurals..it’s important for us to talk to this glamorization of police officials and our place in that.”