Lucifer season 5 is set to open the doors of the hell with new dates since the lockdown is delaying its release on Netflix.

Highlights

  • Lucifer season 5 premiere delayed!
  • When bad news surfaced with the good news of season 5 release!
  • Cheer up Lucifans! Tom Ellis signs up the contract for Lucifer season 6
  • The new release dates of Lucifer season 5 on Netflix

New release dates for the fifth season of Lucifer is here. It is quite clear that the fifth season of Lucifer will not drop in June 2020 as was predicted earlier due to the lockdown imposed by the global pandemic. So when is Lucifer season 5 releasing, and is Chloe going to land in the soup in the upcoming season? Scroll down to find out.

DKODING | Lucifer Season 5 Release Date

Lucifer season 5 premiere delayed!

Though there had never been any confirmation on the release dates of Lucifer season 5, many sources had confidently predicted that the series will premiere by June 2020 on Netflix. Everything changed after the coronavirus pandemic, however. For the whole world, things are changing because of Covid-19. So is the case with the entertainment world.

The film making process is completely on halt for the last 2 months. The good news about Lucifer season 5 is that the filming of the season had already been wrapped up by February 2020. The post-production job is still pending because of which it is hard to get a June release.

News regarding Lucifer season 5 does not end here. Before you read the next segment, please don’t leave upset. Kindly go through the whole article for the entire story.

When a piece of bad news surfaced with the good news of season 5 release!

Just when the fans were delighted and thankful to Netflix for resurrecting the show for a fifth season, it was announced that this would be the last outing for Lucifer. There was a massive outrage on Twitter owing to the news of the cancellation.

Showrunner Ildy Modrovich appeased the furious fans on Twitter with the following statement.

“While we feel just as sad as many of you do that this marvellous ride is coming to an end, a fight won’t change things right now”.

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Cheer up Lucifans! Tom Ellis signs up the contract for Lucifer season 6

Even before we could drive ourselves out of the mourning spell for the cancellation of Lucifer Season 5, the reports started emerging that Warner Bros is in talks with Tom Ellis, who plays Lucifer, for the revival of contract.

Of late it had also been rumoured that things were not well between Warner Bros and Tom Ellis. But it does not look gloomy at all for Lucifer season 6. The news of rift between them is false.

Lucifer season 6 is happening by all means. Tom has already signed the contract and Warner Bros is in talks with the other actors.

Lucifer doesn’t end after the release of season 5. There is more hell to break loose.

The new release dates of Lucifer season 5 on Netflix

It is quite hard for Netflix to release Lucifer season 5 by June 2020. But since the filming is done and only a small post-production job is left to be completed, we will not have to wait for too long for the fifth season of Lucifer.

Neither Netflix nor Warner Bros has officially announced the release date of season 5. Most of the TV experts had predicted that Lucifer will hit the screens by June 2020, but with the current situation, it seems unlikely.

Looking into the situation closely and sensing that the entertainment industry is back on track very soon, hopefully, season 5 of Lucifer will release by July 2020. Till then relieve yourself with Lucifer reruns only on Netflix.

Have you drawn out the future plot of Lucifer season 5? What are your theories? Let us know in the comments box below. And hopefully, see you in hell!


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