Based on the DC comic book, Lucifer is a fantasy web series created by Tom Kapinos. The show has received mixed reviews from the audience for its season 1. Lucifer has five seasons as of now. The first season was aired on January 25, 2016, till April 25, 2016, with 13 episodes. Season two and season three were later followed up and released on September 19, 2016, and October 2, 2017, with 18 and 26 episodes, respectively. The fourth season was released on May 8, 2019, with ten episodes. The series was initially aired on Fox, after which they canceled the show. This was later picked up by Netflix for Season 4.
Release Date of Lucifer Season 5
Netflix has officially confirmed that Season 5 will be the last and final season for the series. Although, in 2020, the cast was said to sign for season 6 as well. But later, it was canceled due to issues with studio and the global pandemic. The show was initially meant to have ten episodes only. But then it increased to 18, because of which the season six will be released in two batches of eight. We can expect season 5 by the end of this year or by the starting of 2021. As of now, no trailer or teaser has been released.
— Lucifer (@LuciferNetflix) June 6, 2019
The Cast of Season 5
We have Tom Ellis as the Lord of Hell, Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German (Detective Chloe Decke), Kevin Alejandro (Detective Daniel), D. B. Woodside (Amenadiel), Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen), Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen) and Aimee Garcia (Ella Lopez).
The plot of Season 5
Lucifer Morningstar is one of the angels who gets removed from Heaven for betrayal. Being the devil, he gets bored and decides to quit and leaves for Los Angeles. In LA, he starts his own nightclub “Lux.” Later, he joins hands with Detective Chloe for a murder investigation. The story then follows up the journey of Chloe and Lucifer with his celestial background.