Lucifer Season 5: Netflix Announces Premiere Dates For First 8 Episodes
Netflix announces Lucifer Season 5 release date. God’s favorite son, king of the hell, you name it. The archangel Lucifer is coming for a fresh brand new season. Netflix has announced that Lucifer will return with new episodes on Friday, August 21st, 2020.
The Lord of Hell is coming back for season 5, and he is appropriately devilish as ever. According to Netflix, the first part of the fifth season of Lucifer will debut on August 21. With the date reveal, the streaming platform released 66.6 seconds (see what they did there?) of some of Lucifer’s greatest hits, which mostly include his hottest, sexiest, most devilish moments.
Lucifer Season 5
Previously Lucifer start actor Tom Ellis closed a deal for renewing the show for another season. New-season is coming More than after 15 months of its previous season. Netflix saved Lucifer from cancellation and debuted the supernatural-tinged procedural’s 4th season on Netflix.
The series runs around Ellis’ Lucifer. Luicfer is bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell. He gives up his throne and abandons his kingdom. He stays in a bar named LUX in Los Angeles. Also, now he is helping the LAPD. Specifically detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). In the fifth season, the stakes are higher than ever. Secrets will be revealed, beloved characters will die, and we’ll finally get an answer to the question, “will they or won’t they?”
Netflix picked up the show after being cast off by Fox. Lucifer proved to be an irresistible binge. It’s Season 5 pickup came just 29 days after Season 4’s release. Lucifer Season 4 also ranked as the No. 1 binge, as measured by TV Time, for a record eight straight weeks, on its way to becoming the app’s the most-binged program of 2019.