Lucifer season 5: What we know so far – Here’s what to expect from season 5
Sadly, Lucifer season five will be the last ever series of the supernatural comedy-drama. Filming of the new series is currently underway in Canada, having started in September 2019. Occasionally the cast and crew of the show have been dropping hints on social media and in some interviews. Here is what you can expect from Lucifer season five.
When is Lucifer season 5 out?
At the moment, there has not been any official confirmation of Lucifer season five release date.
However, fans can expect the new series to premiere around Spring time this year.
Season four premiered on Netflix on Friday, May 8, and on June 6, the series was given a season five order.
Hopefully, fans can expect a similar release date this year.
In the meantime, you can watch seasons one to three of Lucifer on Amazon Prime and season four on Netflix.
Express.co.uk will update this article when more information is available.
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How many episodes are there in Lucifer season 5?
Season five of Lucifer will have 16 episodes in total, an additional six more than season four.
However, the shows final outing will be split into two parts, with only the first eight episodes in the series dropping on the streaming site.
Unfortunately, this means Lucifer fans could potentially face having to wait until as late as 2021 for the second half to drop.
Each week, the Lucifer’s Writers Room has been releasing the episode titles of the final season.
However, they are being clever to not give away any major plot details.
So far, they are:
- 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 – “!Diablo!” – Written by Mike Coats, Directed by Claudia Yarny
- Episode 504 – “It Never Ends Well for the 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 – “?” – Written by Joe Henderson (Episode title not being revealed to avoid spoilers)
- Episode 510 – “Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam” – Written by Ildy Modrovich and directed by Sherwin Shilati.
- Episode 511 -“Resting Devil Face” – Written by Mira Z. Barnum, Joshua Duckworth, and Richardo Lopez Jr.
- Episode 512 – “Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid” – Written by Mike Costa, directed by Greg Beeman
Episode four and episode 10 will feature musical numbers, with episode 10 being a completely musical episode.
The fourth instalment titled It Never Ends Well for the Chicken will be a flashback episode, set in the 1940s and filmed entirely in black and white.
The tenth episode, Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam, will be an entire music episode, featuring singing and dance numbers from the entire cast.
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What will happen in Lucifer season 5?
At the end of Lucifer season four, Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis) returned to hell, leaving behind his love Chloe Decker (Lauren German) on Earth.
Lucifer was made vulnerable on earth by Chloe and the longer he stayed, the more demons would arrive, causing Hell on Earth.
However, before Lucifer left, Chloe confessed that she was in love with him and Lucifer admitting his first love was “never Eve (Inbar Lavi)”, leaving the finale on a huge cliffhanger.
Season five of Lucifer could go in numerous directions. For example, Lucifer could take the risk and return to Earth or Chloe could venture to hell to join Lucifer.
Regardless of what happens, Chloe and Lucifer will be reunited and fans are hoping they will stay together.
Lauren German, who plays Chloe Decker recently teased that Choe and Lucifer could get married in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
When asked if Lucifer is ready for marriage, German told Entertainment Tonight: “The eternal bachelor? Well, if it’s the right person like it has been in my actual life. But yeah, who knows?
“Could the Devil get married? In the presence of God? We’ll see.”
“I don’t know if there’s a wedding but I wonder where the wedding would be if there was.”
When asked if Chloe would say yes to Lucifer’s proposal, German said: “Oh my god, are you kidding? No matter what she pretends she doesn’t want, immediate yes.
“Immediate yes. She is madly in love with him. I mean, Chloe is just madly in love with Lucifer, no doubt.”
Ellis also teased that Chloe and Lucifer might have a baby together.
He said: “All of these things could happen. Lucifer did say to Amenadiel (DB Woodside) it’s really surprising that he hasn’t gotten someone pregnant.”
Ellis added: “If Father blesses it, then maybe.”
Whatever happens between Chloe and Lucifer, Ellis has promised it will be a ‘happy ending’.
He added: “I think my favourite stories have always been stories that the message at the end is hope and so we’re pushing towards that on this.”
Aimee Garica, who plays Ella Lopez in Lucifer has confirmed that she will have a new love interest.
Sadly for Dan (Kevin Alejandro) and Ella fans, it looks like the kiss between them in season four will not lead to anything.
When pressed on whether her love interest will be Dan, Garcia teased to Entertainment Tonight: “Well, I don’t know if it will be with her and Dan. I think that was just two people really lost.
“You’re going to see a side of her that I think a lot of girls can relate to. You know how sometimes you think with your not sane logical mind when you pick guys to date? We may see some of that.”
In December, Lucifer appeared in the DC universe crossover Crisis on Infinite Earth and fans have to speculate whether John Constantine will feature in the new series.
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Who is in the cast of Lucifer season 5?
The entire main cast is returning of the fifth and final series of Lucifer.
This means Tom Ellis is back as Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker, Kevin Alejandro as Dan Espinoza, D.B Woodside as Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze and Rachael Harris as Dr Linda Martin.
However, there are some familiar and new faces in the cast of Lucifer season five, which could change the direction of the series.
Returning to the series is Tricia Helfer, who will be reprising her role as Lucifer’s mother Charlotte Richards/The Goddess.
Judging by behind-the-scene photographs, Helfer will defiantly star in episode four, the flashback episode.
In the new series, Lucifer may he reunited with his father God after it was announced 24-star Dennis Haysbert would take on the role.
General Hospital star Matthew Bohrer joined the cast as Donovan Glover for the final season.
Not much is known about new character Donovan, but fans suspect him to be the new love interest of Ella or Chloe.
American singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson will star in the musical episode as Shelly Bitner, who is described as controlling mother.
Also joining the cast is Brianne Davis as Detective Dancer, Erin Cummings as Spartacus and Chaley Rose and Destiny Page.
At the moment it remains unknown whether Inbar Lavi will reprise her role as Lucifer’s ex-girlfriend, Eve.
Catherine Dent will appear in season five as Dr Alice Porter and Annie Funke will play the role of Sister Francine.
As filming for season five is soon coming to an end, hopefully, there will be more spoilers and teasers from the cast and crew of Lucifer in the near future.
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