Lucifer is a fantasy drama-comedy that revolves around Lucifer Morningstar (Alice), a fallen angel who is fed up with his demanding role as King of Hell, so naturally instead of LAPD Together he decides to become a consultant.
Based on a character created by Neil Gaiman for The Sandman comic series, Lucifer has supernatural power and invincibility, as well as the power to tell people about his secret wishes.
Throughout the series, Lucifer and his allies face a plethora of routine murder cases, as well as some supernatural threats, but perhaps they will face their most unique challenge to date in Season 5.
Here everything you should know about Lucifer season 5:
Lucifer season 5 official release date:
The first half of the fifth season of Lucifer will arrive on Netflix on August 21. Fans first thought this might be the case when Netflix accidentally hit the release date on the preview page.
The expected storyline of season five:
Executive producers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson said, “We are incredibly grateful to Netflix for reviving our show last season, and now we are going to finish the Lucifer story on our own terms.
Lucifer season 4 ends with Chole and Lucifer accepting their feelings for each other, but the heartbroken demon decides to leave him and go to hell to stop an apocalypse on Earth Returned, which was a legal prediction.
Showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich admit to TVLine that they both know how Lucifer season 5 will start “since we started season 4,” and joked, “We have a really fun toy to play with each other.” It is what we know.
The star cast of season five:
- Tom Ellis
- Lauren German
- D.B. Woodside
- Aimee Garcia
- Lesley-Ann Brandt
- Kevin Alejandro
- Rachael Harris
Do we have any trailer for Lucifer season 5:
Yes, of course, we have an official trailer for the season 5