Lucifer season 6: Amenadiel star DB Woodside teases no major deaths in final season

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A television event as huge as Lucifer’s final season will always have diehard fans praying their favourite characters survive past the series finale. However, a recent interview with principal star D.B. Woodside suggests fans of Netflix’s mega-hit may not need to worry about anyone biting the dust.

D.B. Woodside has confirmed the entire cast of Lucifer will be present until the eighth episode of the show’s last season.

The TV star, best known for his portrayal of the angel Amenadiel since Lucifer’s first season, will be making his directorial debut for the eighth of ten episodes of season six.

Woodside recently opened up about his time behind the camera for 6×08, ‘Save the Devil, Save the World’, in an interview with TVInsider.

His comments caught the attention of some perceptive members of the Lucifer fanbase after they seemingly revealed there’ll be no major deaths in the series for the time being.

Many fans had tipped Detective Dan Espinoza (played by Kevin Alejandro) or even Chloe Decker (Lauren German) to potentially meet their demise in the final episodes.

However, Woodside confirmed: “Mine is the last episode we will get to see the entire cast, all of the characters… together all at the same time for most of the episode.”

Although most of the cast have appeared in every episode of the series so far, they often have their own separate adventures in groups of three or four.

As the stakes ramp up near the end of the final season, it seems episode eight will be the last time Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), Chloe and the rest of the main cast will be together as an ensemble.

Unfortunately, the actor-director still teased his episode would be a tear-jerker, even if no one in the main cast is kicking the bucket.

He added: “There’s no easy way to say it, it’s sad. This is a cast that actually really loves each other.”

Fans have already been keeping up to date with the filming of season six on social media, which has recently come to a tearful end.

While the cast say their own goodbyes, the Lucifer community is gearing up for one last emotional ride before saying farewell to their favourite Netflix series.

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Thankfully, it seems the entire cast will be present, almost to the very end of the final season.

Once Woodside’s interview was released, some viewers flocked to message boards to speculate what his tease for episode eight could mean for the remaining episodes.

On Reddit, user dimipikr speculated: “Db directs 6×08 and he says the entire cast will be together… So nobody’s dying? What’s happening?”

Although another fan responded: “Just because a person dies, doesn’t mean they are gone.”

“We’ve seen Lucifer die twice, and over the course of the show twice we have seen previously dead people come back.”

Now Lucifer’s dad, God (Dennis Haysbert) is in the mix, and potentially coming back for season six, there are literally endless possibilities heading into the last eighteen chapters of the series.

Plus, season five was always intended to be the final outing for Netflix, until the streaming service made the surprise decision to order one last season.

With Lucifer’s twin brother Michael still at large, and more threats on the way in season six, there could still be some major deaths incoming before God performs another of his famous miracles to bring them back for the last episodes.

Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 will be released Friday, May 28 on Netflix.

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