When is Lucifer Season 5 going to hit our screens?
Lucifer season 5 will be released on Netflix in May 2020, but it appears it will be delayed until further notice due to a coronavirus. Previously, the Lucifer Season 5 co-star tweeted that the shooting was going smoothly, but has now been stopped due to the COVID-19 virus, as the safety of the cast and the entire crew is a top priority.
The first season of the Lucifer series was released on January 25, 2016, season 2 was released on September 19, 2016, season 3 was released on October 2, 2017, and all three seasons were released on FOX and the American television channel. They were released, but after that, the partnership with the Lucifer Netflix team and Season 4 launched on May 8, 2019, as the core of Netflix. Season 5 was now supposed to start again on Netflix, but it’s been delayed due to some unfortunate circumstances.
Is there any tailer for the 5th season of Lucifer?
No, we don’t have any trailer or teaser for the show yet.
Who are all expected to return for shows renewal?
All the leading cast from all seasons would return in Season 5. Here’s the list below-
- Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar
- Kevin Rankin as Detective Malcolm Graham
- Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker
- Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel
- D. B. Woodside as Amenadiel
- Tricia Helfer as Charlotte Richards
- Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez
- Tom Welling as Lieutenant Marcus Pierce
- Inbar Lavi as Eve
- Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen
- Scarlett Estevez as Beatrice
- Rachael Harris as Dr. Linda Martin
Other Details Regarding the show-
Filming for season 5 had been going on for the past 30 to 40 days, and it was mostly about surround mode, but the coronavirus condition created a difficult situation for everyone. Filming will begin as soon as the epidemic ends so that viewers can expect a delay of at least 3-4 months in the season 5 premiere.