Lucifer, season 6: trailer released by Netflix anticipates dangers and a death

Lucifer, season 6: trailer released by Netflix anticipates dangers and a death

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Lucifer, season 6: trailer released by Netflix anticipates dangers and a death

After a long wait, Lucifer, a series starring Tom Ellis, premiered the second part of its season 5 last May on Netflix.

With more than one mourning Dan’s death, Lucifer would not only exact revenge for this against Miguel, his twin brother, but would also be chosen the new God of heaven, earth and hell. With fans waiting for updates on season 6, the streaming has revealed the first trailer of its grand finale.

Lucifer Trailer, Season 6

What will we see in the final season of Lucifer?

Apparently in the trailer, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) will doubt a bit about the whole matter of being God to replace his father. As he struggles to take on this role, the world begins to feel the ravages of his lack of decision.

On the other hand, everything indicates that the problems in hell have not ended, since a new character will arrive to stay with the throne, but also to kill Lucifer.

Perhaps what most attracted attention in the preview presented is the presence of Dan, who had supposedly died in season 5. How did it come back to life?

When will Lucifer season 6 arrive on Netflix?

Netflix confirmed weeks ago that Lucifer season 6 will be available on your platform on September 10, 2021.

How many episodes will the sixth season of Lucifer have?

According to TV Line, Lucifer’s sixth season will consist of 10 episodes. Unlike the fifth cycle that had 16.

What new characters will arrive in Lucifer 6?

  • Merrin Dungey as Sonya
  • Brianna Hildebrand as Rory
  • Scott Porter as Carol Corbett
  • Chris Coy as Alan
  • Rob Zabrecky as Horace Goldfinger
  • Mandy June Turpin as Dr. Jessica LaMotte