Kevin Costner, star of ‘Lucifer,’ Season 6: Alejandro Drops Hints

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Kevin Costner, star of ‘Lucifer,’ Season 6: Alejandro Drops Hints

Season 5 of Lucifer finished on a stunning cliffhanger. However, supporters can rest easy knowing that the last season is on the way.

Kevin Alejandro, who stars as Dan Espinoza on Netflix’s series, directed the season 5 finale and will direct the series’ penultimate episode. Here are some of the intriguing Lucifer season 6 hints he dropped.

Season 5 of ‘Lucifer’ ended on a cliffhanger.

Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) and his cohorts — Maze (Leslie Ann-Brandt), Amenedial (DB Woodside), Eve (Inbar Lavi), and Chloe Decker (Lauren German) — faced up against his twin brother Michael and his other angel siblings in the Lucifer season 5 finale.

Lucifer flies to heaven to save Chloe after Michael murders her. He miraculously returns to Earth unharmed, overcomes Michael, and proclaims himself the new God.

Oh, my God…

Lucifer’s new season is now available on Netflix.

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However, the sixth season of ‘Lucifer’ will not begin immediately following the events of the fifth season finale.

It’d be fascinating to watch what happens in the aftermath of Lucifer’s victory as God. However, as Kevin Alejandro just stated in an interview with TV Line, “some time” will have gone when Lucifer returns for season 6. He also indicated how grand the ending will be while talking about directing the series’ penultimate episode.

“We had a two-part ending, and I had the privilege of handling the major ‘climax’ of everyone’s character progress, which was both devastating and beautiful,” Alejandro explained. “Again, Chris Rafferty wrote this one, and he also wrote the midseason finale, which I directed. So we already spoke one other’s language when we got together, and man, did we hit it out of the park; I can’t wait for people to see that episode.”

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