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Lucifer Season 5: Premiere Info Announcement, News, Updates

Is Lucifer season 5 happening? It’s the question that every fan has. Fortunately, we come bearing good news. Tom Kapinos’s TV adaption of the DC Comics series has been confirmed to return.

Lucifer season 5 Updates
Lucifer | Source: IMDb

It has been confirmed that Netflix renewed Lucifer for an additional two seasons. Netflix’s order for Season 6 is now officially planned. All thanks to of the #SaveLucifer fan campaign that launched itself on Twitter!

The fourth season’s Netflix debut smashed TVTime’s binge report, even outperforming HBO’s Game of ThronesLucifer Season 5 will premiere the first half of its 16 episodes in August 2020. Here’s everything we know about its upcoming season!

1. Premiere Date and Highlights

After months of campaigning and waiting, we finally got the news of season five’s part A premiere date. Netflix has also announced its decision to split the season and tells us why it decided to halve it, with eight episodes each.

As announced by Netflix, the release date for Season 5A of Lucifer on Netflix globally is August 21, 2020. 

Fans of the show reacted to the news wholeheartedly, brimming with questions and excited for the production of the final season.  

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Tom Ellis’ Tweets

https://twitter.com/tomellis17/status/1136768590835867648?s=21

Ildy Modrovich, the main showrunner reacted to the news by tweeting: 

https://twitter.com/ildymojo/status/1136766110911553537?s=21

2. Series Overview

Lucifer follows the Lord of Hell (played by Tom Ellis) after he leaves his natural habitat behind to run a nightclub in Los Angeles, California. Lucifer finds himself assisting the LAPD on various cases after he catches the attention of Detective Chloe Decker (played by Lauren German)

The season 4 finale of Lucifer put a twist on things. It saw Lucifer return to hell following Chloe’s declaration of love. It is expected that he’ll return to Los Angeles eventually, but how, when, or why hasn’t been revealed yet.

The production of season 5 started on September 6, 2019, and abruptly ended on or around March 13, 2020, when it got shut down by the coronavirus pandemic. Lucifer, at that point, had 15 of 16 episodes completely shot, with a bit of work left for the season finale.

3. What’s new in season 5?

For starters, it has been reportedly confirmed that the upcoming season would feature the show’s first-ever musical episode. It is said to offer a compelling story reason for elaborate theatrics. The episode is set to feature a guest appearance from singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson.

In addition, a few new pictures have been released for a special noir episode of Lucifer. The episode itself will be entirely black-and-white in homage to the crime serials of years gone by. 

This episode will also dive into the past of Lucifer’s right-hand woman, Maze (played by Lesley Ann-Brandt). These flashbacks are structured as a story Lucifer is telling to Chloe’s daughter Trixie (played by Scarlett Estevez). 

The pictures can be viewed here:

Lucifer season 5 Updates
Lucifer x Maze
Lucifer season 5 Updates
Lucifer
Lucifer season 5 Updates
Lucifer and Chloe
Lucifer season 5 Updates
Ella Lopez
Lucifer season 5 Updates
Chloe Decker

4. Casting 

New cast members include God, who will appear throughout season 5, played by Dennis Haysbert. Co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich teased God’s on-screen arrival, calling it “a really fun toy to play with, that we know is going to be a big guiding factor in Season 5.” 

Tricia Helfer, who last appeared as Charlotte at the end of Season 3, will also make an appearance during Lucifer’s fifth season. Matthew Bohrer has been cast as Donovan GloverBrianne Davis is set to play Detective DancerErin Cummings will feature as Mandy and Chaley Rose has been cast as Destiny Page.

Here is the full cast of Lucifer:

Tom EllisLucifer Morningstar
Lauren GermanChloe Decker
Kevin AlejandroDan Espinoza
Rachel HarrisLinda Martin
Leslie Ann-BrandtMazikeen
Scarlett EstevezTrixie Espinoza
D. B. WoodsideAmenadiel 
Aimee GarciaElla Lopez
Tricia HelferCharlotte
Tom WellingMarcus Pierce

5. Trailer

Previously, Lucifer’s loyal viewers waited nearly a year between Seasons 3 and 4, until Lucifer made its Netflix debut in May 2019. Alongside the announcement, Netflix also released a short teaser with the title “Lucifer’s Sexiest Moments” to remind fans what they had campaigned for. 

Lucifer's Sexiest Moments | Official Date Announcement | Netflix
Lucifer Official Date Announcement

Although fans have created trailers for the upcoming season, there has been no official Netflix trailer released as yet. 

6. Official Poster

The official poster of the show’s fifth season is slathered a fiery red and depicts Lucifer suspended in what appears to be mid-air, surrounded by bolds of red lightning. It can be viewed here:  

Lucifer Season 5 Updates
Lucifer Poster

On June 23, Lucifer’s official Twitter account tweeted about the confirmation of an upcoming sixth and final season of the show.

https://twitter.com/LuciferNetflix/status/1275428399750791177?s=20

7. Expected plot

While no plot details were divulged, showrunner Ildy Modrovich confirms that it will contain multiple musical numbers. The musical will be preceded by a 1940s-themed offering for Episode 4, which is also set to contain two-song performances.

Fans have been patiently waiting for Lucifer Season 5 to hit Netflix. There hasn’t been much news on when the series will resume filming following Hollywood-wide production shutdowns in March. Although there is just one episode left to shoot this season, the devil is in the details. 

How good is Netflix’s Lucifer? Should you binge it or skip it?

8. Staff

DirectorsNathan Hope, Louis Shaw Milito, Karen Gaviola, Eagle Egilsson, Greg Beeman
WritersMike Dringenberg, Neil Gaiman, Tom Kapinos, Sam Keith, Mike Costa
ProducersJerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, Ildy Modrovich, Kristi Reed, Jonathan Brody
Original NetworkFOX
CinematographyTom Camarda, Christian Sebaldt, Glen Keenan, Tico Poulakakis, Ryan McMaster
Music DirectionBen Decter, Jeff Russo, Marco Beltrami, Dennis Smith
Art DirectionSusan Parker, Tim Eckel, Peter Ochotta, Lauren E. Polizzi
Visual EffectsJoseph Adams, Sarina De Leon, Mark J. Nazal, Alex Gitler, Nikolai Lipatnikov
Film EditingMarc Pattavina, Ray Daniels III, Hector Carrillo, Brad Katz, Matthew Coleshill
Production DesignStephen Geaghan, Alex Hajdu, Chris August, Scott Chambliss 
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