Lucifer season 5 is on its thanks to Netflix this month after fans are waiting over a year for brand new episodes of the show. One in all the most important questions hanging over the new series is about when Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) is going to be returning to Earth from Hell. Netflix has dropped the primary images for the new season of the show, which hint at what might happen.
When will Lucifer return to Earth?
Over the past few months, Netflix has been teasing the return of Lucifer to screens through trailers and posters. Now the primary images for the new series have also been released by the platform, revealing some key plot points.
So far, fans know season five will begin with Lucifer’s brother Michael arriving on Earth to cause havoc.
He is pretending to be his brother within the new outing before Lucifer returns and tries to require back his life. Lucifer knows It’s Extra As Hell, and that is Exactly Why We are passionate about it
Lucifer Season 5 release date
It will premiere this summer. Netflix has revealed that the premiere date for Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 is Friday, Aug. 21
We’ve got a trailer. Netflix has released the trailer for the primary 1/2 Season 5 of Lucifer, which you’ll watch above. It is a wild ride that introduces a surprising new player on the scene: Lucifer’s twin brother, Michael, also played by Tom Ellis (this time sporting an American accent)
They’ve changed the Lucifer Season 5 finale. The chief producers told Entertainment Weekly they’ve changed the Lucifer Season 5 finale in light of being picked up for Season 6. “What we realized is that the last little bit of that [series] finale episode was actually plenty of great stories sped up just to convey us a satisfying ending for all our characters,” says Modrovich. “We literally lobbed off Act 6 and went, ‘Let’s take what happens in Act 6 in an exceedingly scene and dive into it, and really explore how are characters find yourself where they ended up.’ So, that ended up being our nugget for season 6.”
The main cast is going to be back: Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Rachael Harris, D.B. Woodside, Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, and Lesley-Ann Brandt are all returning for Season 5.
Season 5 is going to be 16 episodes. Originally Netflix renewed the series for 10 episodes, but in August the streamer ordered six more, giving Lucifer fans a super-sized fifth season.
It will be split into two halves. Tom Ellis announced on The Kelly Clarkson Show that Season 5 is going to be split in two, releasing eight episodes at a time.
We know the titles of several episodes. The Lucifer writer’s Twitter account has been releasing clues periodically so fans can guess the titles of the show’s episodes. Due to them, we all know “Really Sad Devil Man” is that the title of the Season 5 premiere
Season 5 Episodes:
2nd Episode: “Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer!”
3rd Episode: “¡Diablo!”
4th Episode: “It Never Ends Well for the Chicken”
5th Episode: “Detective Amenadiel”
6th Episode: “Bluballz”
7th Episode: “Our Mojo”
Lucifer Season 5 Spoilers
Episode 4 is going to be set within the 1940s in an alternate universe. We’ll also get two musical numbers within the episode.
“I do sing with Tom, which are a few things I do know that the fans really wanted,” Brandt told Entertainment Tonight. “It’s a good looking, beautiful rendition of 1 of my favorite songs and a classic and has incredible American vocals, and that we pay homage to it era and time.”
There will be a full-blown musical episode too. A full-blown musical episode will pop out the half of Lucifer Season 5. Entertainment Weekly reports the musical episode is the ninth episode of the season, titled “Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam,” and have much more than simply two musical numbers.
Entertainment Weekly also reports that ’80s pop star Debbie Gibson will guest star within the musical episode. Shelly Bitner, a controlling helicopter mother who won’t let her teenage son JJ have any say in his own future. And yes, she’s going to be singing!
We’ll see plenty more of Hell. Actor DB Woodside, who plays Amenadiel, told Entertainment Weekly, “There’s something happening on Earth that Amenadiel isn’t ready to handle by himself.” Considering he’s a replacement father, the “otherworldly reason for him to go to Hell” likely should do with protecting his half-angel, half-human son, Charlie. EW also premiered a pleasant first look of Amenadiel in what seems like Lucifer cosplay. Hey, DB Woodside in a very sharp suit — who’s complaining?
Lucifer Season 5 is going to be introducing a replacement character named Donovan Glover. Netflix announced on Twitter that they’d cast Matthew Bohrer for the role. But up to now, we’ve no other details on whether Donovan may be a friend or foe.
Eve (Inbar Lavi) will return for Season 5.