Filming for Season Five of Lucifer began in September 2019, and the series is expected to be released in 2020. Tom Ellis as Lucifer, Lauren as Germany’s Chloe Decker, DP. Blow details
When is Lucifer Season 5 on Netflix?
Earlier this year, it was announced that Season Five of Lucifer would be the last. Fortunately, fans have 16 episodes to look forward to in the upcoming season, instead of 10 like season four. Tom Ellis, who plays Lucifer Morningstar, recently confirmed that the final season will be split into two parts.
Shooting for Lucifer’s new season is currently underway, but sadly, no release date has been confirmed. This is the first time Lucifer has aired on Netflix since Season Four arrived in May 2019 and Fox canceled the show in 2018.
On Fox, Lucifer had a very mixed release system, first aired in January 2016, followed by season two in September of that year and season three in October 2017. Sticking to the release date of season four, Lucifer is likely to arrive in the spring of 2020 for season five.Express.co.uk will update this article as more information becomes available.
To watch Lucifer Season Five, you can sign up for Netflix’s 30-day free trial. Once the test is complete, you can subscribe to Netflix from 99 5.99 per month.
To watch Lucifer’s first four seasons, you’ll need access to Amazon Prime and Netflix.
Lucifer’s first three seasons are available to stream on Amazon Prime UK. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, and you can subscribe to the 99 7.99 service per month when the test is complete. Season four of fantasy drama is now streaming on Netflix.
What will happen in Lucifer Season 5?
By the end of Season Four of Lucifer, Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis) has returned to Hell, leaving his love Chloe Decker (Lauren German) on Earth.
Lucifer Chloe was vulnerable on Earth, and if she stayed long enough, more demons would come and cause hell on Earth.