There are plenty of rumours and facts about the upcoming episodes, so here’s a round-up of what to expect when it makes its debut on the streaming platform.
Season four of Lucifer premiered exclusively on Netflix globally in May 2019, resulting in huge levels of popularity and beating Game of Thrones on TVTime’s binge report.
The final season was given a series order at around the same time, with co-showrunner Joe Henderson saying: ‘The fans brought us back to life. Now, we get to finish the story on our terms. Can’t wait for you guys to see what’s in store!’
When it comes to cast, Erik Aude has been cast as Rod. As for writing, February 2020 appears to have been when the series was finished.
Fans will know that season four ended with Chloe trying to accept that Lucifer has a demonic side. Future episodes have been set up for the demons in hell knowing that Lucifer doesn’t intend on returning home for good.
Speculation revolves around Eve returning, with some believing her story isn’t over yet. Meanwhile, Lucifer will need to find another ruler for Hell if he wants to prevent it from spilling into Earth.
Season five will have sixteen episodes, according to news from July 2019 which revealed that Netflix has given an expanded order to the show.
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