Are you a fan of the devilishly charming Lucifer Morningstar and his adventures on Earth? If so, you might be wondering if there will be a seventh season of the popular series “Lucifer” after the sixth and final season airs on Amazon Prime Video. Here, I will give you an overview of the history and the future of the show, and answer the burning question: Will there be a Lucifer season 7?
“Lucifer” is based on the comic book character created by Neil Gaiman, who first appeared in “The Sandman” and later got his own spin-off series. The show follows Lucifer (Tom Ellis), the Devil himself, who abandons his throne in Hell and moves to Los Angeles, where he runs a nightclub and helps the LAPD solve crimes with his supernatural abilities. Along the way, he meets various celestial and infernal beings, as well as a human detective named Chloe Decker (Lauren German), who becomes his love interest and partner.
The show premiered on Fox in 2016 and was initially planned to end after three seasons. However, after a massive fan campaign, Netflix picked up the show for a fourth season in 2018. The streaming giant then announced that the fifth season would be the last one, but later changed its mind and ordered a sixth and final season in 2020. The fifth season was split into two parts, with the first eight episodes released in August 2020 and the second eight episodes in May 2021. The sixth season consist of ten episodes and was premiered on October 25, 2021.
Lucifer Season 7: Is it not coming?
But what about Lucifer season 7? Is there any hope for more episodes after the sixth season? Unfortunately, the answer is no. The showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich have confirmed that the sixth season will be the definitive end of the series, and that they have written the finale they always wanted. They also said that they are grateful for the opportunity to wrap up the story in a satisfying way, and that they hope the fans will enjoy the final journey with their beloved characters. Tom Ellis also expressed his gratitude for playing Lucifer for six years, and said he is proud of his and his castmates’ work. He also hinted that the finale will be emotional and surprising, leaving the fans with a sense of closure.
And remember: It’s never too late to start watching “Lucifer” if you haven’t already. You can binge-watch all five seasons on Netflix right now. Trust me, you won’t regret it!
Lucifer’s final chapter: how the series ended with a bang
Attention, spoiler warning for “Lucifer” season 6!
So, what can we expect from the sixth and final season of “Lucifer”? According to the official synopsis, Lucifer will face his biggest challenge yet: becoming God. After defeating his twin brother Michael (also played by Tom Ellis) in a celestial battle, Lucifer was chosen by his father God (Dennis Haysbert) to succeed him as the ruler of the universe. However, Lucifer is not sure if he is ready or worthy for such a responsibility, and he will have to deal with his own doubts, fears and insecurities, as well as the expectations and opinions of others. Meanwhile, Chloe will have to adjust to her new role as Lucifer’s consort and decide if she wants to join him in Heaven or stay on Earth. The season will also explore the consequences of Dan’s (Kevin Alejandro) death, Maze’s (Lesley-Ann Brandt) relationship with Eve (Inbar Lavi), Amenadiel’s (D.B. Woodside) decision to become a cop, Ella’s (Aimee Garcia) faith crisis, and Linda’s (Rachael Harris) parenting issues.
Lucifer season 6 ends with a surprising twist
Lucifer fans were left wondering what happened to Lucifer and his family after he decided to leave them behind. The final episode of the season, “Partners Forever”, reveals the truth behind his choice. Lucifer realizes that he is not meant to be God and gives up his throne to his brother Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), who becomes the new ruler of the universe. Lucifer chooses to follow his true calling and become a therapist in Hell, helping the tormented souls find redemption. But this means that he has to say goodbye to Chloe and Rory, his daughter from the future. Rory understands that Lucifer did what he had to do and that he always loved them, so she returns to her own time. She manages to see Chloe one last time before she dies and joins Lucifer in Hell, where they are happily reunited. A perfect ending for their love story!
What to watch after Lucifer season 6?
If you are looking for more heavenly and hellish adventures, you might enjoy “Good Omens” and “American Gods”. Both series are based on novels by Neil Gaiman and feature witty and whimsical characters dealing with the clash between the divine and the mundane. You will laugh, cry and be amazed by these fantastic stories!