We’ve finally gotten another taste of Lucifer, the lovely devil. On August 21, 2020, Netflix released the first half of the show’s fifth season, shattering the company’s TV streaming records. For most people, a weekend binge session was enough to consume all the new season has to offer thus far. After all, we’d waited long enough – a global epidemic had extended an already lengthy wait, and we didn’t want to waste any more time waiting for more demon lord adventures.

However, it wasn’t long before we were craving more. Fortunately, Netflix has already confirmed that the program will return for a sixth season, which comes as a welcome relief to fans. Despite its success, Lucifer has always felt like a straggler, barely scraping by for another season each time network executives make a sweep. Fans of Lucifer, on the other hand, are devoted to the program and have even initiated petitions to keep it going. This has undoubtedly aided the show’s resurgence, and the dread that this uncertainty generates might also explain why each episode seems so wonderfully fulfilling; as if we’re avoiding death.

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Even as the excitement of Lucifer’s fifth season begins to wear off, we’re already looking forward. Season 6 of Lucifer: Here’s What We Know So Far

What members of the cast are set to reprise their roles in Season 6?

The show could definitely withstand losing a leg as long as we have Ellis, but every character on Lucifer is vital to the show’s vitality, so let’s take a look at some of the other returning characters. Our title character’s kryptonite, Chloe Decker, has also agreed to return for further episodes (Lauren German). The maze will be played by Lesley-Ann Brandt again, while Dr. Linda Martin will be played by Rachael Harris. What would the police force be without Detective Douche… um… Detective Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) and Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia), respectively, the one-woman forensics team? Finally, D.B Woodside chose to keep us in suspense for as long as possible before revealing in a tweet at the beginning of July that he will be returning for Season 6. It’s time to figure out the remainder of the narrative now that the gang is all gathered.

What is the plot of Season 6 of Lucifer?

Given that all of the performers joined the project in July of 2020, it’s safe to assume that even the authors aren’t sure where things are going yet. In fact, showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich were approached by Netflix to do a season 6 while writing up a final draught for a series finale, prompting them to cut their conclusion (which swiftly closed things up for each character) and go further into each element for a full season. Despite the ambiguity, fans have devised their own hypotheses to forecast where the show’s producers will lead us.

One of our favorite hypotheses about where Season 6 may begin comes from a Lucifer forum, where a fan proposed a notion that goes all the way back to the earliest moments of Season 5’s first episode. Lucifer’s confrontation with Lee Garner has been the show’s opening scene for the previous four seasons (Jeremiah Birkett). SPOILER: Garner is caught in a Hell loop in the opening episode of Season 5. Lucifer opens a door to his boyhood home, allowing him to visit his family – a door he couldn’t open in the living world due to his guilty conscience. According to Redditors, the door Lucifer provides to Garner is the exit from Hell. What a lovely lyric it would be. We’ll have to wait a long time to find out, but here’s hoping Garner gets his comeuppance.

The creative team of Lucifer debuted an intriguing clip from a new musical episode dubbed “Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam” on the second day of DC’s FanDome virtual conference, held on September 12. While that episode is officially part of season 5b, it does indicate that the showrunners are eager to take their series to some new and exciting areas in the last stretch of the Netflix storyline.

When is the sixth season of Lucifer going to air?

When the globe was struck by the COVID-19 epidemic, the creators behind Lucifer were a little over halfway through filming season 5. Everyone engaged dispersed, isolated themselves, and awaited news. Netflix chose to broadcast the first half of Lucifer season 5, which had already been shot, in order to satisfy the demands of a voracious fandom. With record numbers of viewers tuning in to the show’s streaming site, it appears that decision was sound.

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Fortunately, it appears like development on the remaining episodes is still going strong, as co-showrunner Joe Henderson announced on Twitter in October 2020 that season 5 was completed and season 6 production has officially commenced. While those wanting to see season 5b in January or February of 2021 have been denied, 2021 appears to be a devilish year for streaming. We’re still hoping for a Q1 premiere for Season 5’s second half, however, it’s a little depressing that, as of January 31, 2021, we don’t even have a firm release date. Hopefully, this lag will simply shorten the time between seasons 5b and 6, rather than completely postpone the last season.

“You can’t slay the demon, my friend,” Modrovich remarked. And, as of October 29, it appears that the final tale has come to a close.