‘Lucifer’ Season 6: The Writers ‘Already Know How It’s Going to End,’ Says Amenadiel Portrayer DB Woodside

Like a miracle, Lucifer he was resurrected twice. The show’s original home, FOX, overcame the supernatural crime scene from the broadcast line after season 3. But viewers lamented whether it was canceled prematurely, and to Lucifans’ delight, Netflix picked up the series in season 4. Of course, those-powers- expect to end the run after the fifth season.

Again, prayers were answered when Netflix changed course and announced an additional season of Lucifer would come to fruition. Season 6 is the last hoorah, and according to illustrator Amenadiel DB Woodside, the writers have already made one hell of boundary.

Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, Lauren German, Tom Ellis, Tricia Helfer, Lesley-Ann Brandt, DB Woodside and Rachael Harris of 'Lucifer'
Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, Lauren German, Tom Ellis, Tricia Helfer, Lesley-Ann Brandt, DB Woodside and Rachael Harris of ‘Lucifer’ | FOX Image Collection via Getty Images

DB Woodside explained that the writers ‘Lucifer’ slightly reconciled with the plot

Almost everyone, including the stars Lucifer, believing that the fifth 16-episode season is the Devil’s last story. In turn, the decision-makers at Netflix made a deal with the Devil – or, more accurately, with the creative minds behind it. Lucifer.

In June, the show was announced through Twitter sin Lucifer he will definitely return for the sixth and final season. And it looks like members of the scene may have surprised the audience with the same.

Erika Delgado continued Twitter.

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