Tom Kapinos’ “Lucifer” has successfully produced four seasons and the fans are now eager to know about its next season. Based on DC Comics character the show stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, and Kevin Alejandro in the lead.
Release Updates –
Netflix has confirmed the renewal of series for a fifth season and might even continue with a sixth season.
The makers expressed their happiness over the renewal of their show by Netflix and stated – “We are so deeply thankful to Netflix for reviving our show from the last season, and now letting us finish the journey of Lucifer on our terms.”
They also thanked the fans for their incredible support over the years, “Most importantly, we want to thank the fans for their incredible passion and support. The best is yet to come!”A still from the show
Initially finalized to release as a ten-episode season, the makers added six more episodes to the fifth season. Apparently, the season will release in two halves with eight episodes each season.
Also, the fifth season’s tenth episode is going to be a ‘bloody‘ musical. The devil himself will be singing and grooving to the music.
Singer Debbie Gibson will also make a special appearance in the episode as a controlling mother.
Release Date –
The show’s production is on hold at the moment due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. So the official confirmation regarding the release date is yet to be received.Cast of Lucifer
- Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar
- Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker
- Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel Espinoza
- D. B. Woodside as Amenadiel
- Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen
The show follows the story of a powerful and beautiful angel Lucifer, who is thrown out of Heaven for betrayal. As a devil now, Lucifer gets bored, so he resigns his throne and decides to run his nightclub, Lux. After being a part of a murder case with Detective Decker, he becomes the consultant to the LAPD.
Lucifer has the blessing of superhuman strength and invulnerability, and the power to make people confess to him their secret desires.
Throughout the series, several enemies come to LA, and Lucifer saves the people from them.
Ellis narrates the story of the first three seasons in a video shared on Twitter.
— Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) April 19, 2019
In the fourth season, fans witnessed Lucifer finding it difficult to play the role of King of Hell because of becoming a good person now.
The finale was an emotional one for the fans as it ended with Lucifer’s tearful farewell to Chloe before returning to hell.
Fans are definitely in for an adventurous ride the next season. We’ll keep you updated on your favorite shows. Stay safe and keep reading!