Well how do you like that, it sounds as if all of my praying to Satan for a sixth season of LUCIFER might, just might pay off!
According to a new report hailing from TVLine, Netflix is in talks with Warner Bros. Television to extend the devilishly charming drama beyond its previously announced fifth and “final” season. Netflix and Warner Bros. have yet to confirm the details shared in TVLine’s report, though you can bet that Lucifans will be more than eager to make a deal with the Dark Lord for more episodes of the beloved series.
Previously, Entertainment Weekly revealed that Inbar Lavi will guest star as Eve in the fifth season of what is technically a superhero drama series.
“We are so excited to have Inbar back!” said LUCIFER showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson to EW in a statement. “Last we saw her, Eve broke Maze’s heart. Soooo… a reunion between our favorite demon and the original sinner should go smoothly, right?”
Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) and his beloved Chloe (Lauren German) are going to have one hell of a mess to clean up before the series can be put to rest. I don’t want to get into spoilers here, but suffice it to say that the fourth season of the show ended with both stars literally willing to go to Hell and back for one another. When the fifth season arrives, torturous decisions will have to be made, alongside many sacrifices, if Lucifer and Chloe are to strike a delicate balance between heaven and hell on earth.
“Both of them, based on where we left off in season 4, are in mourning in a way,” Brandt told EW during a set visit in October. “I think they are leaning into each other. Maze is of course mourning Eve, and definitely Lucifer going back without her; Chloe’s lost her love. They’re kind of holding onto each other as girlfriends do.”
German added: “We’re both heartbroken together because I’m missing Lucifer and she doesn’t really admit it but Maze is heartbroken from Eve leaving. She’s trying to forget about that as well, so we are going through a work/party phase together [in] episode 1.”
While LUCIFER is set to return for a fifth season later this year on Netflix, I’m curious as to whether or not you would welcome a sixth season? Do you want the show to continue beyond its 10-episode finale? Let us know in the comments section below.