The Netflix program Lucifer is inspired by a DC Comics character drawn by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Ellenberg. Lucifer is coming back to Netflix for season 5 in 2020, and sadly, at the moment, it’s looking to be Lucifer’s final season and is set to be split into two halves. Netflix reinstalled Lucifer on June 6, 2019, for season 5, which would have 16 episodes.
Lucifer Season 5 Release Date
Although Season 5 has not yet had an official debut, we still recognize that in the spring of 2020, Lucifer Season 5 will appear on the broadcast stage. Netflix may decide to postpone the launch for new expectations, as this is the last season.
After watching season 4, fans have begun to address two approaches on whether Eve returns in season 4 and if Lucifer returns from hell. At the end of season 4, Eve left, but we don’t believe her story is over. Season five of Lucifer could go in numerous directions. For example, Lucifer could take the risk and return to Earth, or Chloe could venture to hell to join Lucifer.
At the moment, cast members and some of the crew have been dropping some clues about what will happen in the final season on their social media accounts. Tom Ellis and Lauren German will return as Lucifer Morningstar and Detective Chloe Decker in Lucifer Season 5.
Lucifer Season 5 Cast
Other cast members who will meet in season 5 include Detective Dan Espinoza as Kevin Alejandro, Maziken as Eze Lopez, Eslie-Brandt as Ellie Garcia, and Dr. Rachel Harris as Lana Martin.
Lesley Ann-Brandt, who plays Maze in the series, has confirmed that her character will be taking on some new enemies in the latest season, posting pictures of her preparing to film battle scenes. The trailer is not out, so nothing can be stated, we will update you’ll more as soon as we have any official statement.