• "Lucifer" Season 1 was dropped on Netflix in 2016
  • Season 6 of the series premieres Friday
  • Netflix gave a quick recap of all 5 seasons in the opening scene

Netflix took to Twitter Thursday to drop the 3-minute opening scene of "Lucifer" Season 6, ahead of its release.

"The final season of Lucifer premieres in 12 hours!" the streaming giant captioned the clip. "But you don't have to wait to watch the opening scene from the season premiere!"

Season 6 will mark the final season of the mystery series, "Lucifer." You can stream the new season on Netflix worldwide from Friday onwards. The series will begin to stream at 3 a.m. ET.

Other time zones:

  • Australia: 3 p.m. AWST
  • Canada: 3 a.m. EDT/AST
  • Central Europe: 9:00 a.m. CEST
  • Eastern Europe: 10:00 a.m. EEST
  • India: 12:30 p.m. IST
  • South Korea: 4 p.m. KST
  • United Kingdom: 8:00 a.m. BST
  • Japan: 4 p.m. JST
  • Brazil: 2 a.m. ACT
  • Mexico: 2 a.m. CDT

In the opening scene, Tom Ellis, who plays the title role of Lucifer, could be seen driving a black vintage car while he donned a white suit. The first 30 seconds of the 3-minute clip show Lucifer enjoying the music before noticing a cop following him on a motorcycle.

Lucifer stops his car immediately and apologizes for not being attentive while driving. He tells the officer that it’s his last night in the city because of which he couldn't focus properly.

After exchanging a brief conversation with the officer, which seems like a recap to the audience about the previous five seasons, Lucifer heads towards a hotel where he meets Chloe Decker's character played by Lauren German.

"Can't wait to show you this," he tells the actress before heading into the hotel.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reaction.

One of the fans wrote, "Yall made someone in my class say she wants to Mary Lucifer. Even though we told her he isn't a normal dude but a fucking demon she still said that he is beautiful" while another fan noted, "I’m starting on the last episode and moving backward as I’m too worried how you ended it."

A fan wrote, "Me either….I excited as hell but I’m incredibly sad too…soooooooo many emotions!"

"Lucifer" Season 1 was dropped on Netflix in 2016. Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg originally created these characters for DC Comics.

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Tom Ellis stars in “Lucifer” Season 6. John P. Fleenor/Netflix