Netflix’s “Lucifer” Will End With Season 6, Here’s What We Know With Series Finale

One of the favorite Netflix series is coming to an end. Netflix’s Lucifer will end with season 6; however, there is still plenty that the drama series will have to address prior closing the gates of hell.

Netflix’s “Lucifer” Will End With Season 6, Here’s What We Know With Series Finale
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Tom Ellis, lead actor who plays the titular character, reminded fans that the 6th season is beyond what he was expecting.


I honestly feel like the territory we covered in season 6 is somewhere we’ve never been before, especially performing the character of Lucifer. There was a dynamic that I’d not touched on before and how it echoed Lucifer’s feelings of abandonment in the first five seasons. Season 6 holds up because it was an opportunity for every character in their own way to say goodbye properly, and that never really happens.

Tom Ellis, aka Lucifer Morningstar

When the final season’s 10 episodes to start streaming on Netflix, fans will find that some time has passed since the season 5 finale, where Lucifer and Michael were in a deadly battle to take their father’s place to become God. The deadly battle didn’t go on without casualties, where Dan and Chloe were killed by Michael during the final battle royal between the two powerful archangels.

Once the series returns, Lucifer will be facing a new enemy as he will still be adjusting to his sudden reign as the new God, and while he finally said he loved Chloe, dating God might be totally different that dating the Devil.


Ellis kidded that the story on season 6 will get pretty emotional as it draws near to a close. Like all good things, there will be laughter, but also tears.

The actor told TVLine of the reaction he anticipates from the viewers that, “I hope that they’ll be sobbing! And I hope their hearts will be filled with joy at the same time.”

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