Season 5 of & # 39; Lucifer & # 39 ;: Netflix release date and what we know so far

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Lucifer season 5 – Image: Netflix / Warner Brothers

Lucifer will return to Netflix for season 5 in 2020 and, unfortunately, it will also be Lucifer's last season, but it will be split in two. This is what we know about Lucifer season 5 on Netflix, how the cast has reacted to its final renewal, why it will be the final season and what can we expect from the next season.

Note: This publication was last updated on January 22, 2020.

As you have heard, Lucifer is the latest Netflix revival program. He managed to resume the FOX program that canceled the series after three seasons last year. The revival came after a massive fan campaign to save the show.

Netflix in the United States had not really transmitted to Lucifer at all and it is believed that the program's ratings in some of Netflix's international regions are what convinced Netflix to pick up the mantle and continue Lucifer's story.

The first seasons of Lucifer were added to Netflix at the beginning of the year and, although not all previous seasons are not available on Netflix everywhere, season 4 premiered exclusively on Netflix worldwide on May 8, 2019.

The reaction to the fourth season since arrival has been immense. He broke TVTime's huge report to number 1 beating HBO's Game of Thrones and breaking his historical record.

There is a lot to cover for season 5 of Lucifer, so let's start.


Has Lucifer been renewed for season 5?

Official renewal status: Renewed (last update: 05/11/2019)

On May 7, 2019, the series received its order for season 5. However, it is a bittersweet announcement as the program received a final order for the season.

In a statement to Hollywood Reporter, Netflix said: "We are delighted that Lucifer Fans from all over the world have hosted this series on Netflix, and we can't wait to give them the grand finale that everyone has been waiting for. "

Here are some more reactions from the cast of Lucifer in his season 5 renewal:

Ildy Modrovich, who acts as the main showrunner, said: "Whoop whoop !!!! Season 5 is coming! Thanks to our beautiful Lucifamilia for all her love and support! And to @LuciferNetflix for being the best partners EVER! It's our last season, so we're planning to be COUNT! "

Joe Henderson, who serves as co-showrunner said this: “The fans brought us back to life. Now, we can finish our story on our terms. I can't wait for you to see what's in the store! "

Tom Ellis said this: “Look what happened! A fifth and final season of #Lucifer arrives at @LuciferNetflix thanks to all the loyal #lucifans for watching … now let's finish this correctly "


Where is Lucifer season 5 in production?

Current production: Filming (Last update: January 2020)

At the end of June 2019, Ildy led to twitter to confirm that they will return to the writers room in July 2019. On July 12, 2019 we received a photo of the entire team in the writers room.

You've already joked that the first scene of season 5 has has already been written.

We also received the first announcements about who will return to the director's chair in season 5.

Richard Speight, Jr. will return to direct in season 5.

In early September 2019, Netflix announced that season 5 had begun filming. The news came accompanied by an image with the majority of the cast aligned in the first table read. Filming will take place from September 6, 2019 onwards.

In September 2019, we also received the first new cast announcement for season 5. Erik Aude was chosen as Rod and is currently only scheduled to appear in season 1.

As of December 2019, they had completed the reading of the table for episode 9. We believe it will be the final episode of part 1 for Lucifer given the fact that the name of the episode includes a spoiler and the fact that the writers and the cast have said the emotional The episode is.

Also in December 2019, the Netflix See Whats Next account shared a first look screen for season 5.

In December 2019, we got a behind-the-scenes shot of a looming beach scene. As you can imagine, it has led to rampant speculation.

In February 2020, we learned that the writers had concluded by writing each episode with the last day in the Lucifer writing room on February 7, 2020.

DB Woodside said the following to mark the event: “Today was the last full day for writers in the room. Be sure to flood your timelines with love and gratitude. "

Chris Rafferty said the following: "Final day of the Lucifer Writers Room when we finish planning the end of our series. It has not yet sunk because we still have more to write, film and edit, but we celebrate this bittersweet day with lots of laughter and love. "


Lucifer season 5 episode names

At the end of August 2019, we learned the name of the first episode and who writes and directs. Over time, we hope to hear more about the names of the episodes and who will return to write and direct.

  • Episode 501 – "Really Sad Devil Guy" – Written by Jason Ning, Directed by Eagle Egilsson
  • Episode 502: Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! "- Written by Ildy Modrovich, Directed by Sherwin Shilati
  • Episode 503: "Devil!" – Written by Mike Coats, directed by Claudia Yarny
  • Episode 504 – "Never Ends Well for Chicken" – Aiyana White, directed by Viet Nguyen
  • Episode 505 – "Detective Amenadiel" – Joe Henderson, directed by Sam Hill
  • Episode 506 – "BluBallz" – Written by Jen Graham Imada, Directed by Richard Speight, Jr.
  • Episode 507 – "Our Mojo" – Written by Julia Fontana, Directed by Nathan Hope
  • Episode 508 – "Spoiler Alert" – Written by Chris Rafferty, Directed by Kevin Alejandro
  • Episode 509 – "Family Dinner" – Written by Joe Henderson and directed by Nathan Hope
  • Episode 510 – "Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam" – Written by Ildy Modrovich and directed by Sherwin Shilati.
  • Episode 511 – "Resting Devil's Face" – Written by Mira Z. Barnum, Joshua Duckworth and Richardo Lopez Jr.
  • Episode 512 – "Daniel Espinoza: naked and scared" – Written by Mike Costa, directed by Greg Beeman
  • Episode 513 – "A harmless little stalking" – Written by Julia Fontana and Jen Graham Imada and directed by Richard Speight, Jr.

What to expect from Lucifer season 5

Caution: spoilers ahead

Before entering spoiler territory for season 4, Netflix produced a recap of season 1-3 for Lucifer that was released just before season 4.

First, let's recap the final episode, as there is much to deepen.

The final episode (episode 10 – "Who is the new king of hell?") ​​Watch Lucifer return home to help contain the hell that is now spilling in Los Angeles. Chloe and Lucifer also reveal their mutual love (no wonder there) with Lucifer saying "his first love was never Eva."

Throughout the season, we have seen Chloe fight to accept the fact that Lucifer has a demonic side, so Eva's presentation made sense.

Season 4 sets forth future seasons with demons in hell now knowing that Lucifer never intends to return home.

The episode ends with Lucifer saying his last goodbye to Chloe when he returns home, although hopefully only temporarily.

Will Eva return in future seasons?

Eve also left at the end of season 4, but we also don't believe her story has been completed yet. He clearly made peace and saw the error in his forms throughout the season. Now she went to find herself, but she could buy it again later.

Eva in Lucifer season 4 – John P. Fleener / Netflix

Will Lucifer return from hell?

Unlike the first season, Lucifer will not be able to reach an agreement to return to Earth. You will have to find a replacement rule for the underworld to prevent it from spilling into the real world. Lucifer would choose to ask one of his other brothers.

Some have speculated that Lillith (Adam's first wife) could return with Eve saying she "tamed the beasts of the night."


How many episodes will there be in season 5 of Lucifer?

Originally, they told us that Lucifer would be the final season of 10 episodes, but as of July 2019, we now know that Netflix has given an expanded order to the show.

The series has been extended to 16 episodes, which means we will have almost 16 hours of new content in 2020.


Lucifer Season 5 will be divided into two halves

After many rumors and speculation, it has been confirmed that Lucifer's final season will be divided into two halves.

It is not uncommon for titles to have their last seasons released in two halves. One of the most notable series to do this was Breaking Bad, which also divided its fifth season, this only increased the anticipation to the climactic end.


How was the reaction for season 4 of Lucifer?

This season was bought from the dead to fans and has clearly also pleased fans. IMDb ratings for each episode have soared this season to between 9.5 and 9.9 in some episodes. Compare that to half of the 8 who watched some of the episodes of the third season.

The majority agreed that the reduction in episodes and the total freedom granted by Netflix has meant a significant increase in quality.

We heard in July 2019 that we could soon see the release of the blooper roll for season 4. However, someone has gathered a compilation of all the "behind the scenes" and bloopers released so far.


When will the first half of Lucifer season 5 be released on Netflix?

With production in full swing, it shouldn't surprise us that we are waiting for a 2020 release date for season 5 of Lucifer.

It is likely that the first half of season 5 will arrive in the summer of 2020, meanwhile, we expect the second half to fall towards the end of 2020.


Why won't Lucifer return for season 6?

With the confirmation that season 5 is the final season, it has led many fans to wonder why they will not return. Simply put, the cast and crew have a story with a beginning, middle and end and the end is near.

Once again, it has led fans to request a sixth season, but the team has asked fans to support the end of the show.

Joe Henderson clarified why season 5 will be the last:

"Honestly, we are saying our ending with season 5. We love all the support, but right now, I would say it is better to spend time preparing for an appropriate end to our character's travels."

In addition to this, on June 27, 2019 there was a additional clarifications about the end of the Ildy Modrovich show.

Ildy Modrovich clarifies why Lucifer ends after season 5

In a crazy twist, TVLine has reported that there have been ongoing conversations between Netflix and Warner Bros. to keep Lucifer going beyond the fifth season. While Netflix and Warner Bros have not yet commented on the matter, fans have hoped Lucifer will return for more.


Other news from season 5 of Lucifer

  • On September 23, one of the newest support cast members was announced. Matthew Bohrer has previously starred in supporting roles at Goliath, General Hospital, Masters of Sex and Blockbuster at Amazon.
  • On October 11, Brianne Davis, who appeared on HISTORY Channel & # 39; s Six, Jarhead (2005) and Synchonicity (2015) was elected in season 5 as Detective Dancer.
  • On October 28, it was confirmed that Lucifer's final season will be divided into two halves.
  • In November 2019, it was mentioned that Erin Cummings, who has starred in characters like Spartacus, will play the role of Mandy in season 5.
  • On November 22, IMDb was updated with another cast announcement. Chaley Rose of Nashville will appear in season 5 as Destiny Page.
  • In December, Lucifer made a cameo in the DC universe that crosses the Infinite Earth. You can see his cameo in the following clip or you can wait for Infinite Earths to reach Netflix. This has led to speculation that John Constantine could appear in the last season of the Netflix show. Tom Ellis said in an interview that it was a struggle to keep his cameo secret.
  • On January 6, 2020 Entertainment Weekly revealed exclusively that Dennis Haysbert will join the cast to play the role of God. This, of course, implies that Lucifer and his brother will spend a lot of time with their father in the final season.
  • On January 17, 2020 we learned that Catherine Dent will appear in season 5 as Dr. Alice Porter.
  • On January 21, 2020, we learned that Annie Funke will play the role of Sister Francine in episode 5.
  • In February 2020, Neil Gaiman turned to Twitter to speak with several Lucifer fans who claim that Lucifer was canceled due to The Sandman. That is false

Are you waiting for the release of Lucifer season 5? Let us know in the comments below.



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