The team of one of the most celebrated series of the moment advances in with the production of the sixth season. What does the future of “Lucifer” hold for us?
After the midseason break, the Devil has re-warmed the engines, and the hit Netflix series is now shooting its sixth installment, which will be the last. And of course, before the second part of episodes of the fifth season that we have yet to broadcast has finished. In short, we are one step closer to the end of the series starring Tom Ellis.
This has been confirmed by the head of the Netflix series, Joe Henderson. It was on Twitter where the showrunner revealed this Tuesday that Tom Ellis, Lauren German, DB Woodside, and the rest of the team have not only finished the second part of the fifth season but have also started the path of the sixth installment, which will be the last. ” Today is our first day of filming for season 6 of #Lucifer! Very happy that we have finished the fifth installment,” wrote Henderson.
“Thank you to our incredible cast and crew for working hard and safely and delivering a spectacular ending!” added the showrunner.
Today is our first day of shooting #Lucifer season 6! So happy we've finished 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!!
— Joe Henderson (@Henderson_Joe) October 6, 2020
The message has certainly been received with great enthusiasm. Fans were quick to share their joy in the form of comments to the tweet. “Thank you for all the efforts and passion that you put into your work, it is definitely not an easy filming program with all the security measures, and we are very grateful to each and every one of the people involved in the production of #Lucifer. We hope everyone is safe. Much love “can be read among all the comments left.
This is undoubtedly pleasant news, as well as bittersweet. The start of filming the sixth installment means that Netflix’s marathon series has embarked on a journey with an end, as there will be no more Lucifer after this installment, which will only have 10 episodes. But calm down, first, the end of the fifth will have to come, which still has no date on Netflix.