Initially, the streamer had planned to end the show after its upcoming fifth season, but he promises that the sixth installment will be his “final END.”
Lucifer has a new life, again, on Netflix.
The transmitter has renewed the series produced by Warner Bros. TV for a sixth season, it was announced on Twitter, a year after saying that the fifth season would be the last. Netflix collected Lucifer in 2018 after Fox, his first home, canceled the show after three seasons.
After the June 2019 renewal and the announcement that the series would end with the fifth season, Netflix had doubts. In February, co-producers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson signed new agreements to stay with the series in the event it resumed. Star Tom Ellis, who plays the main character, also came back up recently.
The rest of the regular cast, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Aimee Garcia, Inbar Levi, and Graham McTavish, are also set to return.
Lucifer He had a stable but average performance on the list when Fox canceled it at the end of the 2017-2018 season. Netflix fixed it shortly thereafter for a fourth 10-episode season that premiered in May 2019. The fifth season was in the final stages of filming when production closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was announced on Monday that the first part of the fifth season will premiere on August 21.
The series is based on a DC Comics title and stars Ellis as the devil, who gets bored bored of reigning over hell and leaves his post in Los Angeles, where he runs a nightclub and becomes a consultant to LAPD.
Please see the full renewal announcement below.
The devil made us do it. #lucifer will return for a sixth and final season. as, final END. pic.twitter.com/o27z6ToMaV
– Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) June 23, 2020