Lucifer’s Season 6 Released By Netflix

Lucifer
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The latest season of Lucifer, which has been released by Netflix, has some bad news for the worldwide fans this show caters to. The sixth season of the supernatural TV show has been released on the 10th of September, and will supposedly be the last season of this hit series. So, there are just a few more episodes before fans would have to bid adieu to Morningstar and his pedantic ways. 

When And Where Can You Watch ‘Lucifer’ Season 6?

Interestingly, there were rumors that Lucifer wasn’t even supposed to get a season six, but the numerous fans of the show had forced Netflix’s hands. Close to 100 thousand people signed a petition which called for the final season of the show to be postponed, before which the plan was to end after the two-part season five. The fans of the show justifiably celebrated when the streaming platforming confirmed that a sixth season would be present for the show.

The sixth season has already been released and can be watched all at once. There are 10 episodes in the last season of Lucifer, so all one needs to do is grab hold of a weekend and polish it off. The last season would also bring back the stars that have become fan-favorites now- Tom Ellis as the protagonist, Lauren German as Chloe, Rachael Harris as Linda Martin, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez, D. B. Woodside as Amenadiel, and others. 

For those who have been separated from the show, it is important that they know where the sixth season balances upon. In the last season, the table has been set for Lucifer to be the new God after he ended up saving Chloe from certain death, after which he defeated Michael. Therefore, it is inevitable that this season will all be about Morningstar’s new role. But as we have come to know and love Tom Ellis as the protagonist, things will definitely get wacky when he tries to play God. 

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