We know some people are impatient and want to know the date of the premiere of Lucifer Season 5 on Netflix. There is a good reason for that. We are talking about one of the best shows out there, and we are in the middle of an era when many people come out just to program.
So, in theory, it would be great to get Lucifer Season 5 next month … but it seems impossible. Netflix recently confirmed most of April’s schedule, but so far the Tom Ellis series has not been part of it. Note that the show must broadcast its fifth season in half, so the premiere will be the first eight episodes and that’s it. However, this does not seem to have happened in April.
Can that change? Of course, for starters, this could be a short-term addition to the cast or Netflix who realize that this is the series they want to bring to viewers who are currently living at home. All of these options appear to be over, but they are complicated for various reasons. If Lucifer quits next month, it might not be a big win for some trailers and some digital/long-distance interviews. Maybe it’s enough for the series to provide great streaming numbers, but it’s quite difficult to predict.
Given that the entire Lucifer 4 season premiered on Netflix in May, we should expect season 5. There is enough time for streaming services to advertise for them, and requests for performances will please people – whether it starts in April or May. There are still good opportunities outside season six. (Many people seem to talk as if it happened, but there has been no official confirmation.)