Lucifer drops a new teaser for the second part of season 5 and the fans are ecstatic.
The series has become the highest streamed show in the US. It is set to return for the part 2 of season five, before wrapping up with a sixth and final season.
The first half of season 5 was a major hit with the Lucifans. It has shattered the record of The Umbrella Academy in becoming the biggest TV opening debut on Netflix since the introduction of the top 10 feature.Tom Ellis (Lucifer) and Lauren German (Chloe Decker) in the New Teaser of Part2 Season5.
Things were dropped off in the midseason finale. Lucifer and Amenadiel had a face-off against Maze and Michael in a frozen time. However, God eventually shows up and says he did not like seeing his children fight.
The show now gives the fandom a brief moment of new footage, giving a tribute to character Chloe Decker, which sees glass fall from the ceiling in the aftermath of the fight. Decker then asks: “Have you seen Lucifer?”
Watch it below:
The final episodes of season 5 have some edgy narratives after Lucifer is shot and his love interest Chloe gets kidnapped.
This all happened as Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia) found out her new boyfriend was not all he seemed. Well actually, he was really a serial killer….and we thought we had a bad taste in men.
When Will The Part 2 Release?
Production on the season five finale resumed back in September after stopping in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There is no released date yet but it is said to air around Christmas time or in early 2021.
Netflix took over the production three years ago, with the most recent season arriving on August 21st, 2020.Tom Ellis, a.k.a. Lucifer.
We do know that the show has completely wrapped filming on its fifth segment.
The cast and crew resumed production on Thursday 24th September, with the priority being to finish the season five finale, before moving on to commence work on the upcoming sixth (and final) season.
Ellis went on to speculate on a release date, during an interview with Pilot TV podcast: “Hopefully that’ll be ready to go, I would imagine, sort of Christmastime or early next year.”
Later, co-showrunner Joe Henderson nixed any speculation of a Christmas debut. He tells fans on Twitter that the next batch of episodes “definitely” won’t be released in December.