After the return of the fifth in the first half of 2021, the final season of Lucifer finally has a release date, communicated by Netflix through a new announcement trailer published on social networks: the September 10, 2021 all episodes will be available on the streaming platform.
The urban fantasy TV series is about to make its definitive triumph, after a previous tranche of episodes divided in half over the course of 2020 and 2021, keeping fans on their toes following the coming of the Holy Father to confront Lucifer Morningstar. Despite the repetition of the procedural scheme used in the storylines, as explained in our review, the surprises did not fail, leading to the two-part finale that summed up many events.
The final season had already been confirmed last year, a few days after the announcement of the release date of the fifth. The news was given by a post uploaded to the official platforms of the series, with an evocative gif and the description that confirmed the end of the TV series, with the words “the final FINAL season“.
The same Tom Ellis he said he was uncertain about the future of the series, which naturally aroused no small concern in the hearts of fans. However the confirmation of the final season of Lucifer has rekindled the spark, especially at a time of full global pandemic in which TV series productions have been blocked or suspended.
The final season of Lucifer looks promising judging by the images shown in the trailer. Being the last session of episodes we are curious to see how the various storylines will end in view of the closure. Also suggestive is the only line in the whole trailer, uttered by Lucifer himself, in which he says in a muffled tone “Excuse me, it’s my last night in Los Angeles», Foretelling an uncertain fate of the Devil on earth.
The release date for the final season of the Netflix series is September 10. This is less time than the typical annual TV series production period, so fans will be happy that they don’t have to wait much longer to see the story wrap up.