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WATCH: ‘Lucifer’ releases first teaser for season 6

WATCH: ‘Lucifer’ releases first teaser for season 6

COMING SOON. Tom Ellis and Kevin Alejandro are back for 'Lucifer' season six.

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The final season of ‘Lucifer’ is set to premiere on September 10

Netflix has released the first teaser for the sixth season of Lucifer, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect from the highly-anticipated series finale. 

The teaser is a montage of clips featuring central characters Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia, Scarlett Estevez, and D.B Woodside, who are all reprising their roles. 

The one-minute clip ends with Lucifer Morningstar (Ellis) being pulled over by Officer Diggs (Matt Corboy), reminiscent of the first scene in the pilot episode of Lucifer. 

“We spoil a lot in our trailers and we like to do that because we like everyone talking. But this is the final season,” Ellis told IGN. “We’re trying to keep our hands really close to the vest. This is the last year that we have secrets [and] can surprise people.”

Lucifer was supposed to end on its fifth season, but in June 2020, Netflix announced that the series was renewed for a final sixth season.

Originally a ten-episode season, Netflix then decided to add six more episodes for season five and split it into two parts – with the second part only premiering in May 2021. The fifth season earned a nomination in the 2021 Emmys for best choreography for a scripted show. 

Series writer Chris Rafferty also hoped that the last season would be well-received by fans. “All good things come to an end. And my number one goal going into season six was to be mindful of that. And to help the audience find some sense of peace by the time it’s over,” he told Scriptmag. 

Lucifer follows Lucifer, a modern-day reimagining of Satan, as he leaves Hell out of boredom to live amongst humans on Earth. Aside from running a nightclub, he also assists the Los Angeles Police Department with murder cases, alongside Detective Chloe Decker.

It first aired on Fox in January 2016 for three seasons, until Netflix picked it up for its fourth in May 2019, and renewed the series for two more seasons. Lucifer season six is set to premiere on September 10. – Rappler.com