A new video promoting Lucifer season 6 surprises fans with the first reveal of the Bible’s Adam in the middle of a therapy session with Dr. Martin.
A new trailer for Lucifer season 6 reveals the first look at Adam, the latest Biblical figure arriving in LA. This Friday, the fan favorite Netflix series Lucifer will come to a close. After evading death time and time again, the streamer confirmed last year that season 6 will be Lucifer‘s last, and it’s already shaping up to be an emotional end. The show is coming off its super-sized season 5, which dealt with the arrival of God (Dennis Haysbert) and Lucifer’s (Tom Ellis) job change as he stepped up to take his father’s place as the ruler of Heaven.
As a result, Lucifer season 6 is going to look a bit different. With the Devil as the new God, there’s already guaranteed to be an adjustment period for Ellis’ smooth-talking nightclub owner. Additionally, Lucifer will see the returns of much of the original cast, as well as some familiar fan favorites. The series’ showrunners also hinted there’s a fun mystery character on the way, though he might’ve just been confirmed in the latest teaser for season 6.
Lucifer Season 6 Trailer
The official Lucifer social media account confirmed Adam, of Adam and Eve fame, will appear in season 6. The reveal was tucked at the end of a video dedicated to Dr. Linda Martin (Rachael Harris), Lucifer’s good friend and therapist. Linda appears to be coaching Adam through getting over someone, explaining, “A common rule of thumb suggests a month for every year you were together.” When he asks what “a million months” would translate to, Linda realizes just who she’s talking to. You can see the video down below.
Based on the trailer, it looks like the Adam in Lucifer season 6 is still smarting from his breakup with Eve (Inbar Lavi). Eve certainly has moved on, striking up a relationship with Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt). Another recent Lucifer season 6 video hinted Maze and Eve are having some issues with their relationship, and Adam’s arrival likely won’t help that. Lucifer‘s depiction of Adam so far looks to be rather comedic in tone, and it’ll be interesting to see how he settles in with the rest of the group.
Adam is just the latest Biblical figure to turn up in Lucifer; last season alone introduced the aforementioned God and Lucifer’s twin brother Michael. With season 6 being the show’s last, now’s the time to get in those Lucifer had previously skipped. Beyond the introduction of Adam, the final season will include an animated episode and a wily new angel interested in taking Lucifer’s job down in Hell. In other words, there’s plenty to look forward to in Lucifer‘s final 10 episodes.
Lucifer season 6 premieres Friday, September 10 on Netflix.