Fans are not prepared. Lucifer, a series starring Tom Ellis, premiered the second part of its season 5 last May on Netflix.
This not only delighted viewers, but also started the path to the end of production. As is known, streaming gave another cycle to the story that has Estrella de la Mañana as the protagonist.
The six keys behind the ending of Netflix’s Lucifer
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lucifer’s showrunners, Ildy Modrovich and Joe henderson, they anticipated that season 6 of Lucifer will see a jump in time. Although they did not elaborate, Henderson noted that the plot “will not go very far this time.”
The concept of a timeskip is not unknown to fiction. In seasons 4 and 5, we already saw Lucifer and the rest of the characters travel to different stages of history.
According to TV Line, the sixth season of Lucifer will consist of 10 episodes, unlike the fifth cycle that had 16 divided into two installments.
Lucifer is God, but will he accept his father’s position?
Apparently in the trailer, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) will doubt a bit about the whole thing of being God in replacement of his father. As he struggles to take on this role, the world begins to feel the ravages of his lack of decision.