Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 was officially announced with a first look just a few days back. Since then, the fans are eagerly waiting for it to release on Netflix. Today the makers released official Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 Trailer. Read on for more information. Season 4 spoilers ahead!
Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 Trailer
The trailer starts with Lucifer leaving Chloe at the end of season 4. It then shows how Chloe is trying to move on by hanging out with maze and focusing on her work. Lucifer is in hell, doing his duty, thinking Chloe will move on, and he is trying to adjust.
However, one day Lucifer is back! (or is he?). No, it is Lucifer’s brother Michael who is disguising as Lucifer. He is on Earth to create havoc for everyone Lucifer loved or valued, the reason for which will be known in the show.
Lucifer’s creators began filming the show after the Governor of British Columbia gave filming permission a couple of weeks ago. All the cast members are on location, and sources say that the final two episodes of the season are being shot. After the first batch of eight episodes goes live in August, Lucifer’s fans need to wait until Feb 2021 for the next eight episodes.
Lucifer Season 6 Already Announced
Season 5 rumored to be the final season; however, looking at constant fan love and a considerable demand, makers are moving ahead with season 6. Rumors were buzzing on social media that Tom Ellis has left the show due to creative differences with the makers, however now it is clear that Tom Ellis has renewed his contract and continues to play the Devil.
For the uninitiated, Lucifer is a supernatural crime drama/love story. Lucifer, aka the Devil, bored with ruling hell, decides to retire in Los Angeles on Earth. He runs a huge bar called Lux and gets involved in a police case handled by Detective Chloe Decker. The show currently enjoys a rating of 87% on Rotten Tomatoes and 8.2/10 on IMDb.
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