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Lucifer Season 6: Production Continues Despite Cases Of Covid!

Lucifer fans are eagerly awaiting the rest of Season 5. Season 6 is in full swing, but there appear to be cases of Covid on set.

A few months ago, Lucifer fans were able to find the devil for season 5. The new season is not lacking in action and the audience was able to meet new characters.

In the first episodes, Michael, the twin brother of the devil made his entrance. The latter usurped the identity of his brother and did not hesitate to steal his job as well as Chloe. Indeed, he used his charms to get closer to the policewoman and hurt the King of the Underworld.

However, Lucifer did not let it go and ended up confronting Michael with Amenadiel. The fans had a great battle, but God made a great entrance. The devil’s father is on Earth, and at the moment no one knows why.

The sequel to Season 5 is coming to Netflix very soon. For their part, the actors are currently shooting season 6 but know some concerns.

Lucifer: 13 Cases Of Covid On The Set!

Lucifer season 5 has arrived late due to the Covid-19. Thus, the production has chosen to continue filming with season 6, which will mark the end of the series. However, for several weeks, the actors have been taking big risks.

According to Variety, 13 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded on the set of the series since November. Nevertheless, the patients were very quickly isolated and would not have been in contact with Tom Ellis and the other actors.

Thus, the production chose to continue shooting the episodes despite the few patients. Nevertheless, we suspect that the actors are very often tested on the set. Thus, for the moment, they would not be in real danger from the virus.

Lucifer season 6 will end the series. Fans will soon have to say goodbye to the devil and Chloe. Everyone is expecting a lot from this season and we hope the virus will not delay production further.

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