Netflix announces the eagerly-anticipated next half of Lucifer season 5 will premiere on May 28, just two weeks from today. Get excited!
The next half of Lucifer season 5 will premiere on Netflix in May. The show stars Tom Ellis since the Devil after he leaves his hellish domain behind and requires up running a nightclub in Los Angeles. Although Lucifer is just one of Netflix’s most significant shows these days, it originally premiered on Fox. There, it ran for 3 seasons before becoming canceled, which then allowed the streamer to pick this up. Lucifer has enjoyed a longer-than-expected lifespan, even though it is going to come to an end together with all the upcoming period. Before that, however, Lucifer must finish 5.
As a result of its higher installment count, Netflix chose to divide Lucifer season 5 into two parts. The first half arrived last August and picked up with the thread of Lucifer returning to Hell. Not long after, his devious twin Michael appeared in L.A., acting as Lucifer with the intent of messing with his life. Furthermore, fans were left with all the sudden arrival of the father God (Dennis Haysbert) at the very end of the finale, plus they’ve been wondering just when Lucifer is going to be back to finish this series of episodes.
They finally have their answer. Netflix announced Monday Lucifer season 5, part 2 will premiere on May 28. That is just under two weeks away from today. The streamer confirmed the news using an image of Lucifer and his love Chloe Decker (Lauren German), even though it isn’t in the new episodes.
Since Netflix typically holds onto their trailers until closer to a project’s launch, fans can expect the first trailer for Lucifer season 5, part 2 to roll out sometime in the upcoming few weeks. A little snippet of footage was tacked on a fancam to get Chloe, and it showed her searching for Lucifer in the wake of his struggle with Michael. Little else is known about the story for the rest of the season 5 episodes, however, the trailer must shine a light on all from God’s function to Lucifer’s whereabouts. Also included at the back half Lucifer season 5 might be the musical event, which was teased at DC FanDome last fall.
The news of Lucifer’s impending return comes as the cast and crew wrap work on the entire series. Recent weeks have seen celebrities Ellis, D.B. Woodside, and many others commemorating the end of Lucifer on social media, which casts a fresh light within the rest of the episodes. Just when Lucifer season 6 will arrive for audiences remains to be seen, but they at least have lots of installments to go before then. The end is near but is not quite upon us just yet.