Lucifer season 5 is coming very soon. But sadly enough, this is going to be the final season of the series. Netflix renewed the series for a season 5 on 6th June 2019. After Fox decided to cancel Lucifer in May 2018, there was a huge uproar among the fans on social media for the show’s revival.
Social media campaigns formed, and #SaveLucifer became trending on Twitter. With everyone’s relief, Netflix carried on with the series in June 2018. The show-runners expressed that the #SaveLucifer campaign played an important role in Netflix’s decision to renew the show for the fans.
The release date of Lucifer Season 5
To date, there is no official confirmation about the release of Lucifer season 5 release date. But it is expected to release on Netflix around May of 2020. The latest season will contain 16 episodes, which made the fans very happy.
The cast of Lucifer season 5
Tom Ellis, as Lucifer Morningstar and Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker, are likely to reprise their roles in the final season. Dennis Haysbert has also confirmed to be in season 5. Kevin Alejandro is also supposed to be returning as Detective Dan Espinoza. The rest of the cast members who are reprising their respective roles are not yet confirmed.
The plot of Lucifer season 5
Lucifer Morningstar, the devil, the ruler of hell, is bored and unhappy. So he abandoned his throne and came to Los Angeles and owns a nightclub to keep himself entertained. After being tangled in a murder case, he meets Detective Chloe Decker from there; he joined the LAPD as a consultant and then got romantically involved with Chloe.
The plot-line of season 5 is not yet known, but fans are theorizing different scenarios where the show could go and how it will end. But we just have to have patients to see actually what happens.