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Lucifer Season 5: Release Date, Cast And Other Major Details

Lucifer season 1 premiered on FOX on 25 January 2016. Tom Kapinos created the show. The second season of the show premiered on FOX in September 2016, and season 3 of the show was released on 2 October 2017. After 3 seasons, Fox canceled the show on 11 May 2018. Netflix pickup the show month later for the fourth season of the show. The fourth season of the show premiered on Netflix on 6 May 2019. The streaming giant on 6 June 2019 renewed the show for a fifth season. Here’s everything we know about season 5 of the show so far:

Is Lucifer Season 5 Divided Into To Halves

According to sources, it has been validated that season 5 of Lucifer will be divided into two halves. It is also said that season 5 of the show will be the last season of the show. The last season of the show will consist of 16 episodes.

Release Date Of Season 5

There is no official announcement of the release date of season 5 of the show. By looking g the pattern of the earlier season, we expect the first half of season 5 is likely to release in the Summer of 2024. Meanwhile, we assume the second half of season 5 to drop towards the end of 2024.

Cast Of Season 5

Tom Ellis is set to reprise his role as Lucifer Morningstar, and Lauren German will also return in season 5 of the show as her character Detective Chloe Decker.

According to sources, Dennis Haysbert has also been confirmed to play God and Lucifer’s previous boss, who was sounded by author Neil Gaiman in season 3 of the show.

Kevin Alejandro will also be back in season 5 of the show as Detective Dan Espinoza, alongside Lesley-Ann Brandt performed as Mazikeen, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez,  Rachael Harris performing as Dr. Linda Martin, and Inbar Lav as Eve.

Expected Plot Of Season 5

Eve departed by the conclusion of season 4 of the show, but we do not believe her story has finished yet either. She definitely made amends and saw the wrong in her ways throughout the season. She’s now-departed off to discover herself but could easily be bought back in season 5.

Unlike the first season of the show, Lucifer would not be able to uncover a deal to return to Earth. He will have to discover a replacement ruler for the hell to prevent it from dropping into the real world. It will be interesting to see what happen in season 5 of the show.

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Kane Dane

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