For Lucifer fans, it’s been quite the wait for season 5, part two of the hit fantasy TV show, starring Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, and D.B. Woodside.
Back in August 2020, the first eight episodes of season 5 dropped on Netflix, where viewers watched the heated feud between brothers Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) and Michael (additionally Ellis) unfold. Of course, there was a cliffhanger ending as Lucifer and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) fought against Michael and Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) – before God (Dennis Haysbert) disrupted them.
The first half of year five came to a close there and fans are left on tenterhooks ever since.
So, when is Lucifer season 5 part two landing and what can we look ahead? Here’s what we know.
Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 release date
There is not a launch date, but we’re sure the series will broadcast in 2021. There is no reason for it not to. The fifth season will be on the last components of post-production right now because the filming of Season 6 is presently happening.
Netflix is at a stage where there is limited content to share on account of the production shutdowns in early- to mid-2020. That has a knock-on effect for launch dates, therefore Netflix will want to space out content. But, we’re hoping Part 2 will be out sooner rather than later.
Some reshoots might have been needed due to the renewal of Lucifer Season 6. Hopefully, not too many!
What will be the storylines for part 2?
While nothing has been formally confirmed about storylines, co-showrunner Joe Henderson recently told Entertainment Tonight that 5B is the”most emotional season” of Lucifer so far.
He explained:”[It is ] our most psychological chunk for each one of the darkness in 5A. Lightness is blended in but I believe as 5A started a little darker. 5B will be both brighter and even darker still and it is always darkest before the dawn.”
He revealed, “This is a family narrative. Dad’s house and he’s unhappy with what his kids have been around. That’s so much of that which we will explore in 5B is merely that family relationship, and the psychological aspects of this”
In October 2020 Henderson shared details of this finale on Twitter.
“I saw that the newest cut of this season 5 #Lucifer finale, and has been filled with gratitude for an amazing cast, crew, and writing staff since HOLY SHIT it is so damn amazing!!”
There are also hints about a musical event 10, set in an alternate universe from the 1940s and taken entirely in black and white.
Lucifer’s screenwriter Ildy Modrovich told Entertainment Weekly, “We wanted to get a real grounded story reason they’re singing and dancing, and not just,’ Oh, this will be the one where everyone dances and sings.”
The show has also posted a couple of cryptic clues about Lucifer season 5, part 2. In November a tweet read, “No news on 5B but the actual news we will let you in on is that *** and **** are heading to therapy.”
Fans think the blanked-out characters stood for’God’ Andalucia’ (Lucifer).
The following premiered on New Year’s Eve, which read: “hit play at 11:59:03 to ring in 2021 with our Luci fancam”
At the end of the teaser, God reveals: “I’ve begun to ask you something.” That something’ we’re guessing is the major plot.
Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 cast
The major cast from the first part of the year will return. Component 2 should also include Inbar Levi as Eve.
There are a couple of new additions to the next half of the year. Dennis Haysbert will reunite as God after his big reveal at the end of the episode.
We also know Alison McAtee will play Elizabeth Newton at Episode 14, but no other details are known. Catherine Dent will play with Dr. Alice Porter at some point during the second half of the year. Teri Reeves is joining as Col. O’Brien, place to join in Episode 10.
Scott Porter confirmed he is joining the season but hasn’t given the role yet. Supernatural fans will want to pay attention as he may be linking as Castiel.
Jenny Tran will appear in Episode 14 as Larper Kim, Daniel Hoetmer is going to be in Episode 9 as of April Peterson, and Mark Adair-Rios is Juan Perez at Episodes 9 and 10.
Chris Payne Gilbert is also back as John Decker during this season. He’s set to appear at the Lucifer Season 5 finale.
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