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'The fans will be able to enjoy less Lucifer'

The sixth season will be the final season of Lucifer. But there's even sadder news to announce for the fans of the devil who became entangled in Earth matters.

The second part of the fifth season of Lucifer (Tom Ellis, photo) will soon begin production, and after that, production on the sixth season will immediately start as well. According to sources at TVLine, the sixth season will have fewer episodes in comparison to the fifth season. If this turns out to be correct - which hasn't been officially confirmed by Netflix -, the sixth episode will have six fewer episodes than the fifth season.

The sixth season, which is supposed to wrap everything up and ensure a proper ending for the many fans of the series, will have ten episodes. This means that there will be 93 episodes in total. Six less than expected. It was generally thought that the sixth season would also have sixteen episodes. But because this hasn't been officially confirmed, it could change once again. The fifth season was originally supposed to also have ten episodes. Netflix has given the fifth season six more episodes and divided the season up into two parts. Not all hope is lost.
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