Lucifer Season 6 release status has been finally confirmed as Netflix has now signed up the main lead Tom Ellis for a new deal. The news has come after series creators Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich were given contract extensions to work on “Lucifer” Season 6.
The streaming giant has been in talks with Warner Bros. TV studios for the past few weeks to renew the show for another season. Netflix has taken note of the popularity of the show and Lucifer is having the highest count of fan demands. Here are more details on Lucifer Season 6 release status and the new deal for Tom Ellis.
Tom Ellis Signs New Deal for Lucifer Season 6
Tom Ellis is the only star confirmed to get a contract extension from Netflix and it makes sense as he is the lead actor who portrays the titular Lucifer Morningstar. Also, most of the other costars such as Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside, Aimee Garcia, etc are already having an extra year in their contracts.
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It won’t be a problem to get of the cast and crew back for Lucifer Season 6 as everyone is eager to get back together and create more episodes. Lucifer Season 6 official announcement will happen soon and Tom Ellis has yet not commented anything on the next installment of the devil show.
Lucifer Season 6 Release Confirmed, Will Enter Production Soon
Lucifer Season 6 fan demands have increased a lot recently and even German who plays Chloe Decker along with D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel) have asked fans to show their support and ask Netflix for the sixth season. Even the showrunners Modrovich and Henderson have expressed their desires to return and create more episodes of the amazing show.
Lucifer Season 6 is definitely happening and it will be confirmed soon even before the fifth season airs on Netflix. As per the reports, the makers are gathering everyone and offering new deals indicating that Lucifer Season 6 will enter production soon and filming will also commence shortly thereafter.