With all that is going on with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the entertainment industry has seen some downs and there has been disappointing news throughout with films being pushed back, series being cancelled and lot more. But after a while there is one piece of good news for the fanatics of the Netflix’s Lucifer Season 6. The production for Season 6 which is the final season has begun as tweeted by the one of the showrunner Joe Henderson.
Lucifer Season 6
Henderson in his post expressed joy that they finished the filming of season 5 and the shooting of season 6 has begun with stars working hard and safe to deliver a kickass finale. The tweet read:
Henderson Wrote “Today is our first day of shooting Lucifer season 6”. He also expressed his happiness “So happy we’ve finished up season 5, and we will be working our buns off to get it finished and to Netflix! Thanks to our incredible cast and crew for working hard and safe and delivering a kickass finale!!”
We weren’t sure if the series would come back for a sixth season, but back in July it was revealed that Netflix will renew the series for season 6 as earlier it was told that season 5 would be the last.
Henderson Said “One of the big things that we said when we agreed to Season 6 is that we did not want to change Season 5 because we loved Season 5. When the back half gets released from Season 5, when Season 5B gets released, I think people will see how much the whole season fits together like, I think, a beautiful jigsaw puzzle. I love it. We didn’t want to change the ending, but what we did is we just ended Season 5. We basically lopped off the act six that Ildy was in the middle of writing, and these stories that we sort of were speeding through anyways, we realized, in retrospect, we were sort of moving really fast on some things and summarizing moments that could actually be stories.”
He went on to summarize that season 5 would end the way it was supposed to, and the final moments are being expanded in a different season.
“Season 5 is exactly what it was always going to be, except the very, very end of it is now its own season, plus all these new ideas that we came up with as we dug into it and explored it,” he continued. “It was really important to us to make sure that Season 5 stayed its own story, and then challenge ourselves to find a new story where we didn’t think there was any. Once we found it, like Ildy said, it’s hard to imagine not telling it.”
Season 5 of Lucifer is being streamed on Netflix. But only the first half is available as of now.