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first picture with Tom Ellis

After analyzing the end of season 5B of ‘Lucifer’ and discussing the expected and liar return, we only have time to pass until the sixth and, really, last season of the devil with more class of television arrives.

Still without an announced release date, season 6 began shooting at the end of March of this 2021, so we do not expect it until the end of 2021 or, much more likely, 2022. Things would be different, yes, if it were released in two parts like season 5. But the fans already have some appetizer, all thanks to Tom Ellis’s Instagram, where he has shared the first photo of his character in the long-awaited final season.

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This is what Lucifer Morningstar looks like in a DeLorean, a la ‘Back to the future’, promising in the post that “good things are coming”.

Sharing a photo of Lucifer Morningstar backing up in a DeLorean (aka the time-traveling car from Back to the Future), Ellis wrote on Instagram: “Good things are coming.”

In recent days there had been speculation that Netflix would announce that the series would continue and that it would have a season 7. Joe Henderson, the showrunner of the series, however was quick to deny such rumors: “I can confirm that this is not happening. “.

In addition, as Digital Spy reports, screenwriter Chris Rafferty stated that they have worked very hard and twice as long as usual to ensure that the series ends in a satisfactory way for fans:

My hope for our audience is that they too appreciated the trip. That they have enjoyed all the emotions, good and bad, through which we have guided them. And they have also found a sense of family, like me.

We will continue to wait to know the exact dates of the new final season of ‘Lucifer’ on Netflix.

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