As fans patiently wait for the premiere of season five LUCIFER is on hiatus. Netflix subscribers have tipped a major reveal about one of the show’s fan-favorite characters after last year’s thrilling finale.
On the highly anticipated fifth season of Lucifer, the production work was stalled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Fans are predicting some huge changes in the dynamic of the main cast to come as they wait for the original Fox show to stream on the online video streaming platform Netflix.
An easy-to-miss easter egg may have revealed fan-favorite Trixie Estevez has known the truth this whole time as only a handful knows about Lucifer’s true identity.
The cast and crew of Netflix’s Biblical crime drama Lucifer have been teasing the release of season five for the past month along with the showrunner Ildy Modrovich.
For the first eight episodes of the new season, the fans are anticipating a summer release. Though sadly Netflix has yet to confirm any specific dates.
Lucifans are still mentally recovering from the exhausting final battle between Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis), and his demonic rival Dromos (Graham McTavish) in the meantime.
Dromos and his evil forces managed to force the devilish LA playboy back to his Hellish dominion. As now possessing the body of Father Kinley, who had predicted Lucifer’s downfall with a sinister prophecy.
Lucifer also confessed his love to long-standing detective partner, Chloe Decker (Lauren German) before reclaiming his throne in the underworld.
Fans have been predicting, even more, reveals to come in season five as Lucifer’s mortal friends will be forced to face the reality of his true identity after a major shift in the show’s status quo.
Lucifer has been adamant about not lying about his identity, though most of his new Earthly friends refuse to believe him throughout the first four seasons.