Becoming a Netflix Original back for season 4, the series has become one of Netflix’s biggest hits which will sadly be coming to an end after six seasons.

 

The fifth season of Lucifer walked away with a nomination for the 2021 Emmys for best choreography for a scripted show and Tom Ellis was nominated for best actor in a streaming comedy series.

 

Where can you watch 'Lucifer' season 6?

 

Initially we were never even going to have a season six of one of Netflix's most popular shows, but the voice of the fans won out as over 100 thousand people signed a petition calling for the final season to be pushed back, as it was initially set to end after the two-part season five. 'Lucifer' fans, therefore, celebrated last June, when Netflix confirmed that there would be a sixth season.

 

When will season 6 of Lucifer release on Netflix?

 

The sixth season of 'Lucifer' will be available to watch on Netflix from this weekend, as the release date is today Friday, September 10. This season will consist of 10 episodes, all of which are slated to go on-air at the same time on Friday 12:30 pm (IST). So, be ready to be up all night!

 

What is the cast for the sixth season of 'Lucifer'?

 

Your favourite characters from season five are all set to return for what will be the final season of 'Lucifer'. Tom Ellis will obviously be 'Lucifer', while you also have 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 and D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel.

 

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Will there be a season 7 of Lucifer?

 

Nope and that’s for definite this time. Netflix has posted the opening scene from its official Twitter handle. The tweet said, "The final season of Lucifer premieres in 12 hours! But you don't have to wait to watch the opening scene from the season premiere!"

 

 

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