Series 6 of Lucifer is now streaming on Netflix, marking the end of the popular show.
Netflix picked up the series after the first three seasons were aired on Fox, who cancelled the show in 2017.
Responding to the fan outcry to save it, Netflix gave Lucifer a 10-episode fourth season, and initially said it would cancel the show at the end of series 5.
But after a cliff hanger ending to the fifth season, which was split into two parts over late 2020 and early 2021, one last series was announced.
The sixth series of Lucifer is now streaming on Netflix and has got fans asking – will there be a seventh season on the cards?
Will there be a Lucifer season 7?
Despite Netflix’s u-turn after cancelling Lucifer’s fifth season, it seems another change of heart will not be happening this time round.
The show’s cast and production team signed on for the special 10-episode deal to resolve the show’s storyline with series 6.
With such a definitive ending, that makes this the final season.
Anything is possible though, and while there is no indication of any Lucifer season 7 on the horizon, who knows if a film or mini-series could hit screens eventually.
What do Lucifer cast say about the show ending?
According to Entertainment Weekly, Lucifer Star Tom Ellis said he hopes the show’s finale would have done service to ‘everything else we’ve done before it’.
He told EW : “We did talk painstakingly about ‘How do we end this?’ And what’s the right way to end it, and all of those things.
“It was an interesting time because everyone was so invested in these characters and in this show that we really cared that we did this right.
“And I feel like we got to a place where we did that, and I really strongly believe that our fans will think the same thing… I feel like we’ve done ourselves proud in that department.”
Co-star Lauren German also told EW she felt the way things ended for Lucifer and her character Chloe (don’t worry, we won’t spoil it for you!) was ‘beautiful’.
In a separate interview with The Wrap , both German and Ellis said they felt it was the right time for the series to end – but to ‘never say never’.
After joking about a ‘Airplane’-style movie, Ellis added: “Will we ever reprise these roles again? I don’t know. I don’t know. But at least the movie sounds fun in the future!”
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