Lucifer is an American fantasy TV series build-up by Tom Kapinos, and it is based on the DC Comics Character created by Sam Kieth, Neil Gaiman, and Mike Dringenberg. The series was initially premiered on Fox channel back in 25 th January 2016. The series casts a number of notable actors and actresses:
- Tom Ellis portrays the role of Lucifer Morningstar, the Lord of Hell; he leaves his throne for five years and becomes a consultant for Los Angeles Police Department.
- Lauren German portrays the role of Detective Chloe Decker, and she solves crimes with Lucifer.
- B. Woodside portrays the role of Amenadiel, the older brother of Lucifer.
- Kevin Alejandro portrays the role of Detective Daniel Espinoza, also known as Dan.
- Lesley Ann Brandt portrays the role of Mazikeen, a devoted comrade of Lucifer.
The series revolves around Lucifer Morningstar, the Lord of Hell. Lucifer grows tired of being the Lord of Hell and punishing people; he decides to relinquish his throne and his kingdom, and he decides to go to Los Angeles, where he helps in solving murder investigation with Detective Chloe Decker and grows fonds of her, he also runs a high-end nightclub called Lux. As the series continues, their relationship develops, and they meet all sorts of supernatural beings while they solve crimes together.
When and Where to Watch
The sixth season of Lucifer is set to be released on September 10, 2021, at 12:00 A.M. Pacific Time (PT), 3:00 A. M. Eastern Time (ET), and 12:30 P.M. Indian Standard Time (IST). The series is exclusively available on Netflix only, and it can be streamed in every region where Netflix avails its streaming service.
Since the show is a Netflix exclusive, there is absolutely no chance that the popular series will be available on other popular streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+ Hotstar, YouTube TV, or any US-based streaming platforms. The Netflix membership starts from $ 8. 99 so people can purchase it without any problem.
Review of the Season
The sixth and final season of Lucifer had an epic and a bittersweet ending that the fans were desiring for so long. The sixth season of Lucifer was continued where the fifth season ended where we saw Lucifer battled it out with his brother, Michael, for the role of God. Even though Lucifer won the battle against his brother, he seemed to be having second thoughts about him being the God. However, the season chose this as the central focus and went more profound as the season progressed.
Over the ten episodes of the sixth season, we get to see the emotions of every character. The sixth season was fun to watch, but the writers of the series chose to complicate it, which was not appreciated by some of the fans of the show. However, it showed some love to the other characters in a relaxing and heartwarming way for the fans to see. The fans have loved this series because of the humor and characters with an eternal theme.
The fans cherished the plot and the characters, and the cast did a marvelous job. The show is interesting, respectful, and entertaining to watch. After watching this series, many people have changed their perspective about Lucifer, and the best part about this show is how it questions free will and faith. Overall, the sixth season of Lucifer has performed well, and fans found the ending to be satisfying.