‘Lucifer’ Officially Renewed for Season 6!

Courtesy of Netflix


It’s the show that just won’t die, literally. After FOX had originally cancelled Lucifer after three seasons, Netflix picked it up due to the hundreds of fan campaigns. It was later announced that the streaming service had renewed the series for a fifth and final season. However, the cast had been in negotiations for another season and after months of speculation, especially after Lucifer himself, Tom Ellis, had a new deal with the show… it’s official!

The Lucifer Twitter announced that the series will be returning for a sixth and final FINAL season, much to the delight of fans everywhere. This comes just days after the premiere date for the first part of season five was announced, which will be August 21.

The first four seasons of Lucifer are streaming now on Netflix and catch the first part of season five on August 21. There’s no telling when season six will premiere but it’s nice to know we won’t be saying goodbye to our favorite Devil anytime soon.


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