Top-rated urban fantasy series From its shaky beginnings, Lucifer went on to receive mostly positive reviews and develop a dedicated fan base during its six-season existence.

The supernatural figure, Lucifer Morningstar, was introduced to comic book readers for the first time in DC Comics’ The Sandman series.

Tom Ellis’s Lucifer, as portrayed by DC, has abandoned hell to become the manager of the Lux nightclub and a consultant for the Los Angeles Police Department.

Will There Be A Season 7 of Lucifer

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Do You Know How Many Seasons of Lucifer there are?

Currently, you may watch all 6 seasons of Lucifer. In the United States, Fox aired all three seasons. Season one was met with lukewarm reviews, and while season two and three were better received, Fox nonetheless decided to cancel the show after season three. When it seemed like the show had ended for good, Amazon Prime Video picked up Seasons 1-3.

In response to the show’s success, Netflix ordered two more seasons of Lucifer. Originally, Netflix intended to discontinue the show after season 5, but the streaming service has now announced a sixth season.

In terms of total views, it easily surpassed any other Netflix original series in 2021. That adds up to 18.34 billion hours of viewing time.

Producers and distributors at Warner Bros. Television have expressed their delight at the show’s success. In a tweet, they congratulated “#Lucifer” for being the most-watched Netflix original series in the United States in 2021. We owe it all to our supporters for making a racket on the streams.

Cast of “Lucifer”

  • Tom Ellis (Miranda, The Fades) as Lucifer Morningstar
  • Lauren German (Hawaii Five-O, Chicago Fire) as Detective Chloe Decker
  • Kevin Alejandro (Southland, True Blood) as Detective Daniel ‘Dan’ Espinoza
  • B. Woodside (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, 24) as Amenadiel
  • Lesley-Ann Brandt (Single Ladies, Gotham) as Mazikeen/Lillith
  • Scarlett Estevez (Daddy’s Home, Bunk’d) as Beatrice ‘Trixie’ Espinoza
  • Rachael Harris (New Girl, Suits) as Dr. Linda Martin
  • Aimee Garcia (Vegas, Dexter) as Ella Lopez
  • Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool, Trinkets) as Aurora or ‘Rory’

A video of Tom Ellis discussing Lucifer was tweeted out by Netflix. According to him, “by around the third page of the Lucifer pilot screenplay I was like’my God, this character is great and I had to play him.

He went on to explain that he “liked every minute of it,” describing how “one day I’ll be doing something utterly ludicrous and so silly, and the following day there will be a very dramatic and meaningful sequence.”

Should We Expect Lucifer Season 7?

There are currently no plans for a seventh season of Lucifer, as season six has already been confirmed as the series’ last. Season 6 will be the last, Netflix(opens in new tab) announced in September 2021.

They added, “In the show’s most creatively ambitious season yet, Lucifer Morningstar has discovered his real calling after six seasons of solving crimes on Earth, settling drama in heaven and hell, and generating all the mischief one could hope.”

It was made more problematic by the arrival of Chloe and Lucifer’s grown daughter from the future in the final 10 episodes, as Lucifer questioned whether or not he wanted to be God.

A fan who didn’t want the series to end expressed their desire for a sequel film in the comments section of Tom Ellis’ Instagram post announcing the premiere of season 6. There was widespread optimism amongst viewers that Lucifer would go on in some capacity, as they believed the show had much potential.

Chris Rafferty, co-creator and co-executive producer of the show, tweeted a cast photo on the last day of production. Chris notes that there was an abundance of tears, embraces, and farewells on the final day of filming, which may explain why some cast members are seen crying.

Where to Find Lucifer

In case you haven’t heard, Netflix now has all seasons of the show. Seasons 1-3 were exclusive to Amazon Prime Video until May of this year. Season 6 will conclude in 2021, and after that, all episodes will be available on Netflix(opens in new tab).

The news was confirmed by a tweet from Netflix UK and Ireland, which read: “On 29 May seasons 1-3 of Lucifer are coming to Netflix UK/IE, so all 6 seasons will finally be available in one place! Nice”.