Should Lucifer Get a Season 5 and 6?

Lucifer’s new Season 4 has been announced, and it will air this summer on Netflix. So for now, the fans have a new reason to be happy. But what will happen next? After some cast members have appeared on Fan X, they have revealed some future details about the show and their evolution in the show. Even Tom Ellis and Aimee Garcia have talked about the future of Lucifer. Ellis has given some hints about the show and its seasons 5 and 6. Moreover, Tom Ellis is excited about the fact that Fox canceled the show, and Netflix was the one to take it over. Also, Netflix hasn’t released an official announcement about the future of the Lucifer after Season 4.

What Does Will happen?

Netflix has released a promo last month, in which we see Tom Ellis (Lucifer), Lauren German (Chloe Decker), and a new character added to the show, Lavi Inbar, that plays Eve. In the promo will see the start of a new romance between Chloe and Lucifer, but we don’t know if the things will go in that way. Eve is going to spend a lot of time with Lucifer, so what will develop first?

Also, from last season we know that a big revealing had happened. Lucifer had shown his real devil face to Chloe. Will this revealing affect or not their relationship? We have to watch and see, but things are getting very interesting! The trailer shows Eve doing everything she can to be Lucifer side; she even comes with him on cases. This new person around Lucifer will make Chloe realize her feelings for the Devil, will she be jealous?

Finally, we can say that this trailer is waking the impatience in our mind and the excitement as well. We have to wait and see what will happen, until then, hit Netflix for the other three seasons.

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Jeff Wilkinson

About the Author: Jeff Wilkinson

Jeff Wilkinson  is a Senior Politics Reporter at Debate Report covering provincial and national politics, . Before joining  Debate Report, Jeff worked on several provincial campaigns including Jack Layton. Jeff has worked as a freelance journalist in Toronto, having been published by over 20 outlets including CBC, the Center for Media and VICE.com.

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