“Lucifer” Season 6 premieres Friday, September 10, on Netflix. Here’s everything you need to know about the show so far:
What is ‘Lucifer’ Season 6 About?
“Lucifer” Season 5’s second half gave viewers a lot to absorb, so it might be best to recap that as an intro to the sixth and final season.
Since Lucifer’s season four finale, fans have been on the edge of their seats for his next escapade. It looked like that would finally come in this final season five when he was faced with taking down his twin Michael to claim Godhood and what followed were some intense episodes where every time it seemed as though they had him cornered, our fallen angel always managed to find a way out yet again.
Knowing this info, Michael approaches Lucifer with a proposition: return to rule the Underworld while he takes Heaven.
Micheal reasons that if it isn’t him ruling then his beloved Chloe Decker would be in charge and she doesn’t deserve any of what’s happened so far–especially since her love Dan was killed by one of their own kind for helping save them.
Lucifer questions how much do they know about things happening on earth because those are still important matters but Micheal assures him once everything is sorted out there won’t even need to be a ruler at all…or will there?
Who Stars in ‘Lucifer’ Season 6 on Netflix?
Tom Ellis returns as the evil one himself; Lauren German as Chloe; Lesley-Ann Brandt is Maze; Rachael Harris plays Linda Martin; Aimee Garcia portrays Ella Lopez; Kevin Alejandro is Dan Espinoza; Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza; and D.B. Woodside returns as Amenadiel.
When does ‘Lucifer’ Season 6 Premiere?
“Lucifer” Season 6 premieres on Friday, September 10, on Netflix. The 10-episode season will be available on that date.
Will There Be a ‘Lucifer’ Season 7?
Season 6 is supposedly the final season of “Lucifer” although many expected Season 5 to be the finale as well. We expect the series to end this season, but check back here for updates just in case.