September 10, 2021




Lucifer’s sixth season was never supposed to materialize, but it has already been announced. From season four onwards, Netflix’s relaunch of the series was supposed to conclude after season five. There are several other reasons for this, including the fact that the program was divided into two. When Netflix announced that season 5 will be the last season of Lucifer, fans were understandably upset that Netflix had brought Lucifer back to life to kill it off two seasons later. Various initiatives, such as petitions, were launched (with the best performing petition securing over 100K signatures).

Due to many high-profile promotions and Lucifer continues to shatter records, the program was renewed for a second season. As of the beginning of 2020, there were rumors that Netflix had changed its decision to cancel season 6 and was again actively trying to renew it, but only once it had gotten After signing on for a sixth season, Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson inked a contract in late February of 2020

When Tom Ellis’s contract negotiations broke through in April 2020, it seemed that a second revival would be less probable, but in May 2020, they were resolved, and Tom Ellis was rehired.

Netflix’s reversal was first reported in February 2020, when TVLine reported that Netflix was back in negotiations with Warner Brothers Television to prolong the show’s run. Netflix announced to release it on 10 September.