Lucifer Season 6

Season 6 of Lucifer has officially begun filming. Show stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, and others on the Netflix show. Read about shooting details and more.

Lucifer Season 6 officially filming!

Lucifer is a television series about urban fantasy. Netflix is one of the most popular shows. Like many other projects, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, production for the new season has been halted. The makers finished and released part A of season 5, and we’re filming part B. It is now announced that the series has completed the filming of season 5 part B and begun season 6 shooting. The tweet by Joe Henderson made many fans of the series excited. With its sixth and final season, Lucifer will be heading to its conclusion. Many users have written that they can not wait to see how it ends and are waiting for the show eagerly.

The devil himself, Tom Ellis, who plays the titular role in Lucifer, shared a picture from the set a few days earlier. He was seen wearing a mask and a shield on his face as well. The actor stated that the cast and crew are regularly tested for COVID-19. He said they follow safety regulations such as preserving social distance, and more. Ellis even questioned Donald Trump, the President of the United States of America, as to why he does not regularly wear face masks. In addition to First Lady Melania Trump, the US President has recently been tested positive for COVID-19. Check his post out below.

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A recap of Season 5?

Season 5 of Lucifer, part one, was released on Netflix on August 21, 2020. It shows the devil heading back to earth and fighting with Michael, his twin brother. Prior to the halt, the 16th and final episode of part two was left to complete. In September, the show continued recording and is said to be slowing down. The subscription date for the second portion has not yet been confirmed. Lucifer stars Lucifer Morningstar as Tom Ellis. Lauren German, D. B. Woodside, Kevin Alejandro, Lesly-Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia, and others are also featured here. After premiering for around five years, fans are waiting impatiently to see how the series will reach the conclusion. Season 6 of Lucifer is expected to arrive on Netflix by the middle or end of 2021.