Lucifer Season 7: Will there be another season?

First after three, then after five and now after six seasons “Lucifer” should be over. With all the back and forth, will there still be a chance for Lucifer season 7?

First, “Lucifer” was supposed to end after three seasons, but then the series was suddenly extended. The end was planned for season five, which in turn was first extended from 10 to 16 episodes and then by another season. With all the back and forth, it seems that another season isn’t completely out of the question after all – or is it? We’ll tell you what the current status of Lucifer season 7 is.

Is Lucifer Season 7 still possible?

From August 22, 2020, all fans of the diabolical daredevil could first look forward to season 5. This there, although produced by Netflix, to see in this country on Amazon Prime Video. Actually, season five was already planned as the final season, but the idea of the series creators needed a little more space and time to develop its full potential. Thus, the fifth season was extended – only to get a sixth season attached in the end. In addition, there were heated negotiations between lead actor Tom Ellis and the production company Warner Brothers, which also left fans in doubt about a continuation of the series.

But now it is done: the “Lucifer” finale that all involved wished for is officially confirmed and the series will be brought to an end with dignity and love. As the showrunners revealed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the season six finale will have the ending they envisioned from the beginning. The final sixth season will be available on Amazon Prime Video starting October 25, 2021.

Lucifer end explained: a final finale of the series

Lucifer End Explained
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Fans were beside themselves when it was announced that season 6 of the comedy-drama series “Lucifer”, released in 2015, would draw a line under it. After a six-year run, the series about the devil Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and his partner Chloe Decker (Lauren German) will thus finally come to a close. In the process, the remaining loose ends from season 5 are tied up and open questions surrounding Lucifer and Chloe’s future are finally answered. If you haven’t seen season 6 yet, you can stream it now on Amazon Prime.

Plot of the final season 6 of Lucifer

+++Attention, spoiler warning for “Lucifer” season 6!+++

Season 6 of the series by Jerry Bruckheimer, thematically follows directly from season 5. Lucifer (Tom Ellis) prepares for his journey to heaven to become the new god. For although Lucifer’s siblings try to cover up the absence of God in the meantime by answering prayers, chaos ensues on earth without the presence of God. Lucifer is in a difficult situation in this regard. For in order to become God, he must leave Chloe (Lauren German). A decision that is more than difficult for him as Chloe’s longtime and close partner. The situation is further aggravated by the appearance of Rory (Brianna Hildebrand) in Lucifer’s life. For as it turns out, Rory is the daughter of Lucifer and Chloe. After Lucifer, as her father, is not present in her life or at her mother Chloe’s deathbed, Rory travels back in time in anger and outrage. Arriving in Lucifer and Chloe’s present, she confronts Lucifer about his constant absence in her childhood. However, Lucifer also cannot explain why he should disappear from his daughter’s life. While Lucifer fervently searches for an answer, Rory is kidnapped by the antagonist Le Mec (Robert Patrick Benedict). After a fierce battle to free Rory, Chloe is finally able to shoot Le Mec. In all this time, Lucifer still struggles with the guilt of abandoning his daughter in the future. In this regard, Lucifer’s uncertainty about the course of events and what may have happened takes a great impact on the plot of the sixth season.

The end of Lucifer season 6 explains

Why did Lucifer leave Rory and Chloe? This question remains unanswered until the last episode of the season. Only in episode 10: “Partners Forever” is the mystery revealed. So Lucifer realizes that he doesn’t actually want to become God and gives this task to his brother Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), who takes God’s place in Lucifer’s stead. Lucifer would much rather assist the damned souls in Hell. As a therapist in Hell, Lucifer thus follows in the footsteps of Dr. Linda (Rachael Harris) in hopes of helping some lost souls find their way to Heaven. Because of his decision, however, Lucifer must leave Earth and thus Chloe and Rory, as Rory predicted. However, Rory now understands why Lucifer could not be there for her and Chloe and that everything must come to this. Knowing that Lucifer did what had to be done and never gave up on his family, she travels back to the future. There, Rory arrives just in time to say goodbye to Chloe on her deathbed. After Chloe’s death, she is led to Hell by Amenadiel, the new god, where she is finally reunited with Lucifer. A true happy ending!

What are the series alternatives to Lucifer season 7?

Then, the story of the bored King of Hell (Tom Ellis) continues as he adventures with his confidante Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) at his nightclub Lux and while solving murder cases. Ultimately, the question remains: will Lucifer stay on Earth for a shared future with his beloved or go back to Hell for her safety? The countdown is on…

Until you get the answer to this question, you can pass the time with “Good Omens” and “American Gods”. Both series deal with heaven and hell in a humorous way.