7 questions we have for the final season of the devilish Netflix series

Lucifer season 6 is on the way and the story of the devil turned good is finally coming to its dramatic end.

But in order to do that, the heavenly character still has a lot of business to take care of.

With the dramatic finale of season five, part two, still hanging over the heads of the audience, that story is far from over.

Here is everything we want answers to in the future …

Lucifer’s final season is getting closer (Credit: Netflix)

What will Lucifer do as God?

Lucifer season five, part two, ended with our leading actor (Tom Ellis) being given the role of God.

After his father’s abdication, it was left to the angels to “figure out” who should take them over.

But although it initially looked like it was going to be a simple case of angel voting, it wasn’t that simple.

Ultimately, it was Lucifer’s willingness to sacrifice himself for the love that earned him the title.

But what should he do with it and how will he deal with this new pressure?

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Lucifer and Chloe have a lot to find out (Credit: Netflix)

What about michael

Lucifer’s twin brother Michael (Tom Ellis) really wanted to take the throne.

Instead, he lost and had his wings cut off, exposing him to life on earth to learn his error.

But Michael is not someone who is easy to give back.

Will he try to usurp the throne or will he find a new, better life as a mortal?

How will Chloe and Lucifer’s relationship work?

It’s one thing to have a relationship with the devil – another to love God.

Will the romance between Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Lucifer now be able to be the other half of the father of all beings?

And in that sense, will she actually stop being a detective?

While Dan may be in Hell, there is no way his friends are going to keep him there (Image credit: Netflix)

Will Dan Get Out Of Hell?

Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) has just seen a horror show – and it gets worse.

After he died while working as a police officer, the angel Amenadiel (DB Woodside) discovered that he was not in heaven.

Which means the guilty detective is now in Hell, trapped in his own worst nightmare.

Actor Kevin has confirmed we’ll see Dan again, but will it be for better or for worse?

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Ella Lopez (center) still doesn’t know the truth (Image: Netflix)

Will Trixie and Ella find out the truth about Lucifer?

Chloe’s daughter Trixie and Ella Lopez are now the only two members of the friendship group who do not know the truth about Lucifer.

When the show comes to an end, when will they finally find out the truth?

The pious Ella has been in need of spiritual guidance for some time and often prays to stay centered.

It turned out that the person who needs her was next to her the whole time.

As for Trixie, she is now mourning her father – how will she deal with the fact that Lucifer is somewhat “responsible” for this decision?

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Trixie and Linda face a new world (Image: Netflix)

Does Baby Charlie have powers?

Baby Charlie, the half angel, half human child of Linda and Amenadiel, is currently showing no supernatural abilities.

It’s a relief for Linda, but Amenadiel can’t help but be a little disappointed.

But time is always – and who knows? Maybe puberty will give the old superpowers a little kick start.

Could bring a whole bunch of new questions.

Who will rule the underworld?

No one is guarding the gates of hell right now – and it seems like it has been dismissed as a problem.

But Lucifer cared for the underworld for millennia for a reason, and demons managed to escape before.

Will there be someone to take over this coat?

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Lucifer took over the family business from his beloved father (Image: Netflix)

When will Lucifer Season 6 be released?

That’s the big question – and unfortunately we don’t know the answer yet.

However, we do know that the final scenes of the show have already been filmed, which means the final eight episodes are currently in post-production.

The series’ creators have indicated that season six will include a Christmas episode.

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Hence, the show is likely to be released in December.

But don’t hold on to it – because, as is well known, Lucifer was pushed back more than once.

Think we’ll find out soon enough.

Lucifer is now available on Netflix.

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