Lucifer was revived for a fifth season after a lot of backlash on social media after it looked like it was going to be canceled.
The fifth season of the show has been confirmed, and there is also some hope for a sixth season even though nothing has been confirmed.
The fifth season is going to be split into two parts, and each part will be consisting of eight episodes.
The Release Date
The first eight episodes of the series are rumored to be released by the summer of this year, even though Netflix hasn’t confirmed anything as of yet.
The Coronavirus pandemic may mean that the release of the fifth season is delayed considering the production had to be stopped.
The main cast members of the show are obviously going to return. This includes Tom Ellis, who reprises his role as Lucifer Morningstar.
He will be joined by Lauren German, who plays the role of Detective Chloe Decker.
Kevin Alejandro should also be returning as Detective Dan Espinoza and Lesley-Ann Brandt may return as Mazikeen, Aimee Garcia, may return as Ella Lopez along with Rachael Harris who plays as Dr. Linda Martin. Denis Haysbert has been confirmed to return as the Almighty.
There might be several ways that the season five of the show goes, considering nothing has been announced as of yet by Netflix.
We might just see Chloe going to hell to join Lucifer, or we might see Lucifer return back to earth. The actress, who plays Maze, Lesley Ann-Brandt, has said that her character will be taking on many monsters in the new season of the show.
The first four seasons of the show are available to be streamed on Netflix.