The filming for season 5 of Lucifer started in September in 2019 itself, and the series is relied upon to be premiered in 2020.
Tom Ellis, alongside Lauren German as Chloe Decker, DB Woodside as Amenadiel, and Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez will return as Lucifer.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new season.
Lucifer Season 5 Release Date
Right now, there is no affirmed date for releasing the show for the last season, however, we anticipate that in Spring or Summer 2020, the initial eight episodes of season 5 of Lucifer will be accessible on Netflix.
Regardless, Netflix may decide to keep on delaying the discharge to permit expectations since this is the last season.
Lucifer Season 5 Cast
We additionally got the main new cast declaration for season 5 in September 2019.
Erik Aude was given a role as Rod and is planned for an appearance in season 1. Not many alternations have been revealed for the cast.
Lucifer Season 5 Plot
The fourth season of Lucifer saw the Devil experience an emergency of personality.
After the death of Cain and his Devil’s face in the third last also his first sweetheart Eve played by Inbar Lavi– Chloe played by German Lauren wrapped up.
In the wake of being pursued somewhere near evil presences, Lucifer was at long last back to the damnation in the fourth year of season, and he was both the Devil and the magnificent blessed messenger he needs to be-after a mournful farewell to Chloe.
All through the season, we saw Chloe battling to deal with the way that Lucifer has a devil-like side.
Season 4 sets up future seasons with the holy messengers in hellfire currently understanding that Lucifer will never return home.
The scene closes with Lucifer saying his last goodbye to Chloe when he just gets back, we hope it’s temporary.