Lucifer Season 6 Updates: After the mid-season finale of the fifth season of Lucifer left us on a cliff-hanger with the introduction to an exciting new character, the upcoming season of Lucifer has become one of the most awaited on Netflix.
Sadly, amidst many other shows, Lucifer was also one that had to shut down its production after the global pandemic. But the good news is that it has been confirmed by showrunner Joe Handerson that the cast and crew of the show are again busy filmings.
Lucifer Season 6: Updates
Word has it that the cast of Lucifer along with the lead actor Tom Ellis has begun shooting the finale season that is the sixth season of the fan-favorite popular fantasy drama, Netflix’s Lucifer this week.
On October 6th, 2020, Tuesday co-showrunner Joe Handerson took to the social platform Twitter to inform the viewers that the shoot has begun on the same day. It’s a relief as the filming of the highly anticipated show was previously postponed in March due to the inevitable global pandemic.
The good news does not end there, it has been confirmed by Warner Bros Television that the show has wrapped up its Season 5 finale and now is back on the shoot to give the show a smashing finale season. Joe Henderson on Tuesday confirmed the news on social media too. The fans were elated at the confirmation and showed immense love and support.
Lucifer season 6 The showrunner who is also seemingly the writing team’s head alongside Ildy Modrovich teased the fans that the show might make a comeback sooner than expected and may even hit Netflix before the end of the year.
Kevin Alejandro (playing Dan Espinoza) seems to be on the director’s chair for the sixth season but that’s not really his first! He also directed the episode ‘Spoiler alert’ which featured the awaited arrival of God. The star is undoubtedly talented in front as well as behind the camera.
During an interview with Metro.co.uk, the star said that he did not think he would ever love any profession as much as acting but things changed when he started directing.
After the impressive finale, fans are waiting that the talented actor and director will bring a mind-blowing finale season to Netflix.
The first part of the fifth season of Lucifer along with the previous four is currently streaming on Netflix.