If you are a fan of Lucifer, you are going to love this good news we have for you. Well, it was already known that the Devil was returning for a fifth season on Netflix. And now, the studio has announced the release date for Lucifer Season 5. And this announcement is official!
Release Date For Season 5
Netflix has recently announced that the fifth season Lucifer is going to air on August 21, 2020. The fifth season will consist of 16 episodes. On August 21, 2020, only the first half of the fifth season will be released. Thus, 8 episodes will air on that day. The other 8 episodes of the series will be out later.
It was initially thought that the fifth season of Lucifer was going to be the last season of this massively popular series. However, Netflix recently announced that the fifth season will not be the last season of Lucifer, but a sixth season will be out too. But Netflix, as of now, has not officially announced when the sixth season will be released.
Fans may hope that once the current COVID 19 situation improves, cast and crew members will get to work on the next season. Till then, we suggest you wait for August 21, 2020, and when the day comes, grab some popcorn and witness the latest charms and acts of the Devil.
Lucifer Season 5 Overview
Lucifer, the king of Hell, is bored with his life. He takes a momentary leave of Hell, comes to Earth, and opens a nightclub. He also begins assisting cops in the local police department. The first three seasons of Lucifer aired on Fox. But then Fox canceled the series. However, Netflix picked it up.
Cast Of The Show
• Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar and Michael Demiurgos
• Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker
• Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel “Dan” Espinoza
• D. B. Woodside as Amenadiel
• Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen