Lucifer costumer Joshua Coleman has shared a behind-the-scenes look at how he is staying safe while filming Lucifer season six.
Filming on the final season kicked off this month after work wrapped on season five.
Showrunner Joel Henderson announced that everyone involved will be ‘working our buns off’ to get the episodes, with a musical installment set to include a Queen cover, out on Netflix for their devoted Lucifans.
Every measure is being taken to make sure the cast and crew are safe during filming.
Joshua reposted a short video taken by star Aimee Garcia of himself showing off a Covid-safe work space he had created for himself, tagging the official Lucifer account.
Wearing a face shield and mask and medical gown he sat on top of a table that had a plastic screen going around it.
He joked that he had created it himself and was still adding the finishing touches.
Referring to their plastic get up, Aimee said off camera: ‘I feel like we’re in space’.
Joshua also posted an Instagram photo of stars Tom Ellis and Lauren German having a chat on set between takes last season.
He added the message: ‘Guess Who! I bet you can’t figure out who these two people are….okay, you probably already guessed that it’s laurengerman and @officialtomellis but you probably can’t guess what they are talking about! Make up a funny conversation for them.’
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Guess Who! I bet you can’t figure out who these two people are….okay, you probably already guessed that it’s laurengerman and @officialtomellis ? but you probably can’t guess what they are talking about! Make up a funny conversation for them. ? Photo by @joshstyle from Season 5 . . . FUN FACT: our sets are chilly and cast members have the option for a hoody or a long “dive coat” to wear if they get cold. FUN FACT 2: they are at @kevinmalejandro ‘s desk . . . . #lucifer #laurengerman #officialtomellis #tomellis #joshstyle #deckerstar #lucifermorningstar #lucifercrew #lucifer#bts
The first episode of the new season will see star Kevin Alehandro, who plays Detective ‘Douche’ Dan, stepping behind the camera as director.
He told Metro.co.uk: ‘I’ve always been just the actor and that’s always been my first love and always will be my first true love and I love it, my passion and never thought that I would love anything as much until I discovered directing.
‘I’ve been really fortunate to have people champion me on that you know people on our show. For lack of a better pun, I got my wings on Lucifer!’
Lucifer is available to stream on Netflix.
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