The smashingly hot looking devil; Lucifer Season 5 will be coming on Netflix this year. Tune in to know its release date, plot, cast and more.
It’s the final time you’ll see him as Netflix has confirmed that Season 5 of Lucifer will be its last. The highest point of anticipation that awaits season 5 is whether or not Lucifer will continue to rule Hell or go back to Heaven.
- Lucifer season 5 release date
- What is Lucifer all about
- What we know so far
Lucifer season 5 release date
Season 1 released on January 25, 2016. Season 2 on September 19, 2016, and Season 3 on 3rd October 2017. Meanwhile, Season 4 of Lucifer dawned upon Netflix on May 8, 2019. Therefore, it is anticipated that Lucifer Season 5 shall set upon Netflix in the first half of the final season in Autumn 2020.
The makers have decided to go about the release of Lucifer’s final season the Marvel way. Just like Marvel released its Avenger movie franchise in two parts: Infinity War on 27 April 2018, and Endgame on 26 April 2019, Lucifer Season 5 too, is confirmed to come in two parts.
Lucifer Season 5 will be split into two parts each comprising a total number of eight episodes. However, we’re not sure of the exact date and shall update this column very soon.
What is Lucifer all about
The Netflix series is based upon a character in the DC Comics, hence the hype. However, since its debut, the show has only grown in the number of its audiences and popularity. After having finished Season 4; Season 5 is set to answer the elephant in the room.
Will Lucifer return from hell? But the bone of contention is if Lucifer abandons the throne of Hell, who will rule Hell in his absence? Will there be another character who might take up that role? Only time will tell.
Lucifer is a very popular show that puts you into a moral conundrum whether to go with the good. But the good looks so nice, you’ll eventually choose evil.
Also, we’re still expecting to know what happens to Chloe in Season 5.
What we know so far
The fifth season’s ninth episode is expected to go black-and-white. It will be a musical-themed episode against a noir backdrop directed by Bola Ogun and written by Joshua Duckworth. In addition, Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam will be displaying multiple musical numbers with the episode set in the 1940s.
In early September 2019, Netflix has confirmed that the filming of Season 5 had begun. The news came accompanied by an image with the majority of the cast lined up in the first table read. Therefore, the show must be on its last leg of production by this month.
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