It’s Netflix to the salvage again! After the spilling goliath got the dropped and cherished Lucifer in 2018 and gave us a 10-scene fourth season loaded with unbelievable minutes and upsetting turns, it’s been affirmed that season 5 is unquestionably occurring. Unfortunately, however, season 5 will be the final appearance ever to be made by the show. In any case, it’s far beyond we at any point thought conceivable, so give yourselves a gesture of congratulations in the event that you participate with the #SaveLucifer battle – you earned it!
Official makers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson included “We are so unfathomably appreciative to Netflix for restoring our show last season, and now giving us a chance to complete the tale of Lucifer on our terms. In particular, we need to thank the fans for their extraordinary energy and backing. The best is yet to come!!”
— Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) June 6, 2019
Netflix has extended the fifth period of the show to 16 scenes from the first 10 it was initially considering, so there’ll be a remarkable gorge ahead. Season 4 (major spoilers coming) finished with Lucifer and Chloe at last conceding their affections for one another, however the shattered Devil chose to leave her and come back to Hell to forestall an end of the world on Earth, anticipated in a prescience that appeared genuine.
Showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich admitted to TVLine that they’ve both realized how season 5 will start “truly since we began season 4,” and prodded “we additionally have one other, extremely fun toy to play with, that we know will be a major controlling component in season 5, so we’re amped up for that, as well.”
The center cast of Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Rachael Harris, D.B. Woodside, Aimee Garcia, Kevin Alejandro, and Lesley-Ann Brandt will all arrival for Lucifer’s swansong on Netflix. There’s no official discharge date for season 5 yet, however we’d bank on it landing around a similar time season 4 did, in 2020. May-ish?