Lucifer Season 6 Updates: In recent times, there are a mix of rumors and disappointing news in the entertainment world with the release dates for numerous films being pulled back and intermix and some series being canceled despite before renewal orders all due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, one of the single piece of cheerful news, especially for fans of Netflix’s Lucifer.
Series co-producer Joe Henderson set forth on Twitter on Tuesday that shoot on the show’s sixth and final season has begun.
In the tweet, Henderson exhibited the happiness at completion of season 5 shooting as well as noted that work on season 6 had begun with joy with the crew and cast working to the fullest to make a safe and “swag” finale.
Lucifer Season 6: Updates
“Today is our first day of shooting Lucifer season 6!” Henderson tweeted. “So jolly we’ve packed up season 5, and we will be working our buns off to get it finished and to Netflix! Thanks to our incredible cast and crew for working hard and safe and delivering a kickass finale!”
One of the big things that we said when we agreed to season 6 is that we did not want to change season 5 because we loved season 5,” Henderson said. When the end half of season 5 gets premiered, I think the whole season gets dressed up into a scroll saw puzzle. I love it.
We didn’t like to change the ending, but we just meant ended season5. We actually roped off the act six that IIDY was in the middle of writing, and these theories that we thought of were fasting through anyways, we realized, in remembrance, we were on moving really furious on some things and summing up moments that would actually be stories.”
Season 5 is apparently what it was going to be, apart the very, very end of it possesses season, and also all the new and marvelous ideas that came up with as we dig into it and exposed it,” he continued. ”It was much needed that season 5 would strictly live on its own story, and then empower one’s self to find a new story where we didn’t give a thought there was an. Once, finding it, as IIdy said, it’s difficult to imagine not revealing it.”
The beginning half of Lucifer season 5 is now streaming on Netflix.