When Will Lucifer Season 7 Be Released? Latest Updates 2023!
Since its debut in 2016, the popular supernatural drama series Lucifer has won the hearts of people all over the world. The show has already run for six seasons, and fans are eagerly waiting for the seventh season to come out. When will season 7 of Lucifer come out? This is the question that everyone is thinking about.
Unfortunately, there has been no official word on when season 7 of Lucifer will come out. Fox, the network that first aired the show, ended it after its third season. But the fans' anger on social media made Netflix pick up the show, and since then it has been a streaming hit.
When Lucifer's sixth season started on September 10, 2021, it was the last time the show would air. The storylines of beloved characters like Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), Chloe Decker (Lauren German), and Mazikeen were all wrapped up in the series finale (Lesley-Ann Brandt).
The show's stars have also kept quiet about any possible projects that might be related to the show in the future. Tom Ellis, who plays Lucifer Morningstar, said in a recent interview that he hasn't heard of any plans for a seventh season.
Even though fans don't know much, they still hope that Lucifer will come back in some way in the future. The show has a loyal fan base, and with each new season, its popularity on Netflix keeps growing. Fans have even set up online petitions and campaigns to show that they want the show to keep going.
As of this writing, neither a teaser nor any other official word from the creators has been given on the future season. A trailer for the series would be greatly appreciated before its premiere. The team hasn't provided any data on that front, though. For now, you can watch the trailer for Lucifer season 6:
However, the last season of Lucifer was an emotional and heartbreaking finale that wrapped up the stories of all the main characters and gave the Devil his due. After beating his evil twin brother Michael, Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), is ready to become God in Season 6.
But when Rory Morningstar (Brianna Hildebrand), who would become Lucifer's daughter, showed up, she stopped the Devil from going to Heaven and becoming God. Lucifer chose instead to get close to Rory, the child he had with Chloe Decker (Lauren German), and find out why he had left her life.
In “Partners ‘Til the End,” the last episode of Lucifer's fifth season, the Devil saved Rory from Vincent Le Mec, the hitman who killed Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro). Le Mec wanted to kill the Devil, but Lucifer stopped him and stopped Rory from killing him and becoming her own version of the Devil (with Lucifer's face). But Lucifer's kidnapping and rescue of Rory was the key to why he disappears in Rory's future.
Throughout season 6 of Lucifer, the Devil has been helping Dan's soul reach Heaven and redeeming some of Hell's inmates without knowing it. Lucifer knew that his ultimate goal was to go back to Hell and help every cursed soul get out of their loops in Hell and get to Heaven. But this mission requires them to leave before Rory is born, which is why Lucifer disappears from her life.
In conclusion, while there is no official announcement regarding the release date of Lucifer season 7, fans remain optimistic that the show will return in some capacity in the future. The show's popularity and dedicated following make it a valuable asset for any streaming platform or network, and its loyal fans will continue to support it in any way they can. Until then, fans can revisit the past seasons on Netflix and continue to speculate about what the future may hold for Lucifer Morningstar and his colourful cast of characters.