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Netflix finally confirms Lucifer season 6 release date with sinfully hot new pic of Tom Ellis

NETFLIX has announced the season six release date for supernatural drama Lucifer.

The streaming giant took to Twitter to share the new poster for the final season, while debuting a brand new character.

Netflix released a new start date for final season of Lucifer


Netflix released a new start date for final season of LuciferCredit: NETFLIX

The poster stated the release date is 10th September 2021.

It showcased Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) sitting majestically on an armchair surrounded by flames and the rest of the cast.

Fan favourites such as Chloe (Lauren German) and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) will be retuning for the sixth and final season.

The tagline reads: “All bad things must comes to an end.”

The official Lucifer account tweeted: “We’re bringing the 🔥 heat 🔥 with #lucifer s6 dropping on September 10th only on @netflix.”

Fans rushed to share their excitement for the new series and admiration for Tom and the cast.

One said: “CAN’T WAIT!”

A second wrote: “THIS IS incredibly, jaw-dropplingly, loin-stirringly AMAZING!”

Another penned: “THEY LOOK HOT AS HELL.”

Also appearing in season six will be RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Katya and Bob the Drag Queen as they meet with Mr Morningstar.

The second half of the fifth season left off with taking over as the overlord of heaven after sacrificing himself.

Series writer Chris Rafferty opened up in an interview with Script magazine about the pressure of pleasing the passionate fanbase with the final episodes.

“I am hyper-aware of the audience’s attachment to these characters and get messages on the daily about wanting the show to last forever.

“But the world doesn’t work that way. All good things come to an end.

“And my number one goal going into season 6 was to be mindful of that.

“And to help the audience find some sense of peace by the time it’s over.”

Lucifer seasons 4 and 5 are available to watch now on Netflix. Season 6 will premiere on 10th September.

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Series writer is candid about not wanting to disappoint fansCredit: Getty
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