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Lucifer season 6: Tom Ellis leaving the role ahead of the new series?

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Soon for lovers to appreciate what was billed as the final season of the series. Nevertheless, after rumors about talks and renewed contracts, it seems like season six could be an opportunity after all for the devilish drama. However, will Tom Ellis be substituted since Lucifer Morningstar, as some rumors have suggested?

Over the Last Few Days, there Have been a few rumors circulating about how Tom Ellis would be leaving the much-loved show Lucifer.

The British celebrity stars in the lead role of this devil Lucifer Morningstar that has relocated from Hell to Los Angeles.

The star will look at the upcoming fifth season soon that will select up with the character later he was forced back to Hell.

However, following talks starting involving Warner Bros TV and Netflix About a possible sixth season of this series, it had been rumored that this could be his final outing.

The information circulated on social media. From fans afterward, there were rumors Ellis’ contract negotiations had stalled earlier this year.

Because of this, some speculated The Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder would be the one stepping in to fill the job.

However, the theory has now been debunked as fake news since Ellis has signed on for a season six contract.

This was supported by TV Line back on May 29, who reported that the news “all but guarantees that Lucifer is going to be renewed for a sixth season likely.”

She Retweeted a post from a fan named nikkiebaer47, which said, “I suggest… Joke Of the Day #Lucifer #TomEllis” along with a picture of the report Claiming Somerhalder was in the running.”

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