Lucifer Season 5 is releasing this week, and we can’t keep our excitement tucked in. In a previous article, we wrote that we are hoping to see the show soon on Netflix, and our prayers were answered, and we are getting the season sooner than you think.
In 2019, we did not know when the fifth season was coming out, but now we know. So, keep reading if you want to know the fate of Lucifer Morningstar’s journey on Netflix.
When is Lucifer Season 5 releasing?
News: Lucifer S5 Part 1 arrives on 21 August. Hell yes.
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) June 22, 2020
Netflix UK and Ireland tweeted this back in June, and I don’t know what to feel knowing that the date is so close.
Put all the adjectives here, explaining what you feel!
Moving on to concrete details, back in June showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich expressed their gratitude. They said, “We are so greatly thankful to the Netflix streaming platform for gving a new live to our show last season, and now letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our terms.” The statement came after there were speculations of Netflix canceling the show leaving the fans in the middle of the road. Well, that could not have happened. That should not have happened. So, the makers kept convincing the platform to stream as per their wishes. In 2019, the plan was that the fifth season would mark the show’s end. Here comes the best part.
What’s next for Lucifer?
Lucifer was renewed in June 2020 for the sixth season, which will mark the show’s end, presumably. On June 23, Netflix tweeted this:
— Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) June 23, 2020
So, we will get a final season with Tom Ellis continuing to be our Lucifer. There were reports that Ellis may not do the final season. But, he is. Tom Ellis said, “I’m not surprised about people being very angry. I just was not ready for this tsunami of love that came with it.” We can easily concur that our love made him do this again.
Lucifer Season 5 details
Lucifer Season 5 will come in two parts. In Kelly Clarkson’s show, Tom Ellis said, “Season five is going to be split into two halves. Netflix is going to drop eight episodes. Then there’s going to be a little break, then another eight episodes.”
The second part’s release date announcement has not come out yet. But, we will get the first part on Friday, August 21, 2020, on Netflix. The episodes are called:
- Really Sad Devil Guy
- Lucifer! Lucifer!
- It Never Ends Well for the Chicken
- Detective Amenadiel
- Our Mojo
- Spoiler Alert
- Family Dinner
- Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam
- Resting Devil Face
- Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid
- A Little Harmless Stalking
- Nothing Lasts Forever
- Is This Really How It’s Going to End?!
- Chance at a Happy Ending
The fifth season will have little showrunners experiments. The second episode of part two will be a musical episode. The devil himself will dive into his musical roots, but for a reason. You will see it when it comes. Showrunner Ildy Modrovich said, “It’s been a little game of Tetris [planning the episode], but it’s super fun. It’s going to be amazing. It’s going to be just such a bucket list thing for me.”
You will also see an entirely black and white episode in the 1940s in an alternate universe. Henderson told EW, “What’s nice about noir is it’s detective stories, but Lucifer isn’t a detective yet.”
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) July 6, 2020
The plot of the fifth season will involve celestial family drama. Lucifer will spend some time with his father, God. As per Leslie Ann Brandt, “It was uncontrollable at times. It was just so incredibly hard to do, and I know it’s one to watch once we air.” The fifth season will show Lucifer realizing the responsibilities he has, and there are going to be some amazing characters.
Example: Dennis Haybert will portray the role of God.
Wasn’t that the best example?
The questions will have their answers in this season. The season will show what the makers wanted us to see, and we are rooting to see Chloe German, Tricia Helfer, Tom Ellis, Leslie Ann Brandt, and Inbar Lavi back.