Lucifer season 6 shares new first look images for special animated episode

Lucifer’s next animated episode has debuted its first look stills. In Lucifer, Tom Ellis portrays Lucifer Morningstar, a demon from Hell who has come to Los Angeles to manage a nightclub and investigate murders. Following a third season of cancellation by the show’s original network Fox, Netflix took up the show in 2017. In September, the show’s last season will premiere.

As Lucifer prepares to rule as God, the new season of Lucifer will pick up just where the last season left off. A post-happy-ever-after tale was the intention of the 10 episode season. Nevertheless, based on the teaser, it looks like it will continue with its usual decadence and metaphysical mayhem. However, some first-look photos have been released, showing off one of the season’s most anticipated offerings: the animated episode.

New stills from season 6 episode 3 “Yabba Dabba Do Me” have been released by Collider. In the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, many live-action shows have resorted to animation, but executive producer Joe Henderson has been working on this specific episode for a long time. In order to make their idea a reality, they simply took advantage of the current trend. Lucifer, who has an even more pronounced chin cleft than Tom Ellis, is shown in different action stances by Chloe Decker, played by Lauren German.

Jennifer Coyle, Harley Quinn’s supervising producer, and her team of animators helped create this animated episode. Even though this episode’s visuals were created by a crew that was new with the program, they should nonetheless be a natural match for the series’ aesthetic. In the words of Henderson, “We just let them fly.” “Hanna-Barbera meets Looney Tunes” is how he defined the episode’s animation style in the episode.

This strange door in the backdrop of three stills appears to have anything to do with Chloe and Lucifer becoming animated. Lucifer appears to be taking advantage of the animation medium in order to have a little fun. Chloe pulls a Bugs Bunny and sends an astonished Lucifer spiralling into the air in a still from the film. A fitting send-off for Lucifer and company if the show’s creators were able to go above and above in each episode. As of Friday, September 10, Netflix will begin streaming Lucifer season 6.


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