The sixth and final season of Lucifer will enter the Netflix catalog on September 10th. The series starring Tom Ellis will come to an end with the demon in charge of Heaven as the new God and Detective Chloe (Lauren German) retired from the police. The opening date was confirmed during the San Diego Comic-Con 2021 on Saturday (24).
During Lucifer’s panel, showrunner Joe Henderson revealed that Amenadiel (DB Woodside) will join the Los Angeles Police Department, continuing his quest for greater purpose begun in fifth year.
In an interview with LCL Reviews in June, series writer and executive producer Chris Rafferty said Lucifer’s denouement will be full of news, including Chloe’s early retirement.
“Our ‘cases’ will be more personal than ever, allowing us to get even closer to our protagonists as we reach the end,” said Rafferty.
“Lucifer will understand himself like never before, Chloe will face their past, and Dan’s arc [Kevin Alejandro] not over yet. You’ll see less cop stuff and more crazy stuff, which I never thought we’d do on the show,” added the executive.
The five seasons of Lucifer are available on Netflix, which took over production after the series was canceled by Fox.
Check out the announcement of Lucifer’s debut date on Netflix:
I just know I’m not ready for this farewell. Lucifer’s 6th and final season premieres on September 10th. 😈😇 pic.twitter.com/hytbQCC40C
— netflixbrasil (@NetflixBrasil) July 25, 2021