Netflix extended the show from the third season, propelled by fan campaigns and their demand to continue the tantalising tale of Lucifer.
The well-loved American urban fantasy series around the devilishly charming Lucifer has dropped its much-awaited sixth season on Netflix on September 10. The Fox series has hit it on top at the ratings to the extent that the latest episode of the show is as loved as when Lucifer first premiered in 2016.
The supernatural premise focused on the devilish love story between Lucifer Morningstar played by Tom Ellis and the detective Chloe Decker played by Lauren German. The true-blue fans poured out their love for the series. Seeing that, Netflix extended the life of the show from three to six seasons.
As per a report on Netflix Life, the series was cancelled on Fox news after season 3. However, the giant streaming platform asked for 10 more episodes for season four, bringing the series back to life. And the content team of Netflix was bang-on accurate in anticipating the potential of the show. The fourth season had a successful run, naturally giving way to another season. The fifth season started streaming on Netflix on May 28, releasing in two parts, summing up to 16 episodes. And voila! The sixth season was sure to follow.
Die-hard fans of the show, who are secretly wishing for another season, reluctant to bid farewell to their favourite show. However, even before speculations could rise, Netflix nipped the possibility at the bud by clearly announcing the sixth season as the final one. The posters put out while the sixth series of the series was in its promotion stage, such as the one posted on Lucifer’s official Instagram ensured to write ‘The Final Season’ in bold font on the characters. Confirming the finality further, Netflix also wrote in a post, ''All bad things must come to an end.'' While the latest episode was well-received by the fans, the fans will now have to bid an emotional goodbye to the show
Lucifer is about the eponymous rakish devil who leaves hell and comes down to earth, where he becomes a consultant for the Los Angeles Police Department. While the series has drawn to its close, for sure, nostalgic fans can look back at it as the show that was good while it lasted.
Lucifer is drawn from the DC Comics character. of the same name from the iconic comic book series The Sandman, created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith and Mike Dringenberg.