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Lucifer: When Will Season 6 Arrive On Netflix? Here’s What You Should Know

All fans have been discussing the sixth season of Lucifer following Netflix declared series five would be the final. Will Netflix preserve Lucifer? Here is everything that you should know about Lucifer’s arrival.

Netflix’s supernatural comedy-drama Lucifer features Tom Ellis as the demon, Lucifer Morningstar, who left his life in Hell to live in Los Angeles. Based on the DC Comics character made by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg taken from the comic novel series The Sandman, Lucifer first broadcasted on Fox before running to Netflix previous year.

Will Lucifer Return With Its Sixth Season?

According to a source, Netflix is now in discussions with Lucifer producers, Warner Bros. TV about renewing the supernatural drama for a sixth season.

According to a report, executive producers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson would require to make a new contract with Netflix and Warner Bros. TV but would like to make one more season.

Netflix declared in June 2019 they had revived the series for a “fifth and final season”.

Netflix declared: ‘We are excited that Lucifer fans around the world have covered this show on Netflix, and we can’t wait to give them the big end they’ve all been waiting for.’

The series first began on Fox in 2016 but was removed following three seasons.

Netflix has already tried to preserve the series, taking it to the world streaming site for a fourth season in 2018, so it is likely they could change their settlement to cancel the series.

Modrovich and Henderson stated at the time of the series revival: ‘We are so amazingly grateful to Netflix for resurrecting our series final season, and now let us complete the story of Lucifer on our terms.

‘Most importantly, we want to acknowledge the fans for their incredible desire and support. The best is yet to come!!’

At the time, things are seeing pretty likely for Lucifer’s future.

Lucifer Is The Most In-Demand

According to the information provided by the sources, Lucifer season 4 was amid the most in-demand original series in the US following it released in May 2019.

Fans have been battling on social sites for months for Lucifer to come back for a sixth season, with the hashtag #LuciferSeason6 and #SaveLucifer and it may have performed.

After the rumours of a season six of revival, fans have taken to social media to share their enthusiasm.

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K. M.

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