The wait is almost over as the new episodes of Lucifer Season 5 will hit the streaming platform, Netflix, this week. To describe the show, co-showrunner Joe Henderson half-jokingly calls it “show about the devil solving crimes”.
Netflix’s Lucifer Season 5 will have eight new episodes for fans to binge-watch. This seems to be only half of season five since the outing has been split into two parts. While the first half will be releasing this week, the release date of the second half is yet to be announced.
This was the result of incomplete filming due to the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19. The production of the Lucifer Season 5 had to be shut down. Nevertheless, more has been released about the season five episodes for fans to get excited about.
To hype the excitement among fans, Netflix has now released a sneak peek of the new season on Twitter. Fans are eagerly waiting for the rest of Lucifer Season 5.
Take a look the sneak peek Netflix shared on their twitter handle.
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Lucifer Morningstar, played by Tom Ellis, is a suave, deeply traumatized charmer with the power to make anyone reveal their deepest, darkest desires. He uses the skillset to hunt down murderers and mobsters alongside Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). Season 4 of the popular series ended with a cliff hanger showing Lucifer returning to hell, forced to abandon his loved ones back on Earth. This means that Decker will have to adjust to a Lucifer-less life in Season 5. Or at least that is what she thought.
The previous trailer revealed that Lucifer returns to Earth to play his identical twin brother, Michael. What happens after that we have to wait for the Season 5 of Lucifer to release on the streaming platform.