The Lucifer fans received some fantastic news when the Season 5 renewal on Netflix was announced that the fifth season would be the last. The signs are now strong, however, for the Devil to have another day with star Tom Ellis reportedly on board for a sixth season on the streaming giant.
Tom Ellis has reached a new deal for a sixth season as Lucifer’s leading man so that the sixth season happens. There is no official renewal yet announced, nor Netflix nor Warner Bros. It was reported on this contract with Ellis, but the stars seem to align themselves.
Lucifer Could Return For Season 6
News that Lucifer could return to Season 6 following its cancelation after the next fifth year with Netflix and Warner Bros in mid-February. Television in talks to extend Lucifer after season 5. More recent events have been announced for the sixth season by Lucifer showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson.
One major piece of all this potential good news was missing: Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar. Lucifer will not proceed without Lucifer, and I hope fans will accept that refurbishment to replace Tom Ellis will simply not work. The report signed by Ellis in Season 6 is, therefore, a cause for celebration, mainly when many of Lucifer’s friends have already dealt with keeping them on board for the sixth season.
If everything for Lucifer Season 6 are put together, and Netflix officially orders the renewal, then this bitter feeling would lose much of its bitterness! Now the problem is: what’s next? The future of Lucifer seems to be in Netflix and Warner Bros if Tom Ellis and most of the cast return contract and the showrunners signed on. Radio execs. TV execs.
Agreement For Another Season
Naturally, the fifth season itself can feel like two seasons. Initially, season 5 was projected to run for ten episodes before the count was hit to 16, divided into two batches of 8 episodes each.
The only bad news here is that for Season 5, which is the final season, Netflix has not yet revealed its first date. It is anticipated that the first eight episodes will air in 2020; the rest will say only about time.
Ideally, it arrives sooner rather than later to announce the Lucifer Season 6 at Netflix. For now, you can always relive Netflix’s devilishly addictive first four seasons.