Lucifer Season 5 has started filming and we are getting closer and closer to the first footage from the show. The writers’ room of Lucifer has been sharing the episodes titles and so far fans know the names of the first six episodes are knows. Netflix saved the show and now everyone is ready to say goodbye to their favorite devil.
It has been confirmed that the fifth and final season of Lucifer will have a total of 16 episodes which will be released in two batches of 8 episodes. Here is everything we know on the Lucifer season 5 Netflix release date, streaming guide for previous seasons and the latest updates from Lucifer’s cast and crew members.
Lucifer Season 5 Release Date on Netflix
Netflix has announced the 16 episodes and with script finalized and filming underway, it won’t take much time for season 5 of Lucifer to release. The previous season of Lucifer, Season 4 which was the first time it released on Netflix aired in May 2019. Based on the speculation and production timing, Lucifer season 5 on Netflix should release somewhere around Spring 2020 in the next year.
How to Stream Lucifer Previous Seasons?
Lucifer season 5 will come out in some months and in the meantime, fans who are new to the show can easily catch up on the previous seasons and episodes. The first three seasons of Lucifer are available on Amazon Prime and Fox, while the fourth season is exclusive to Netflix. In most of the regions, every Lucifer episode is available on Netflix. To watch Lucifer for free, one can sign up for a 30 day free trial of Netflix and $10.99 after that.
Lucifer Season 5 Updates from Cast and Crew Members
As the release date of Lucifer Season 5 is getting closer, the cast and crew of the show have been dropping a lot of hints. Lesley-Ann Brandt who plays the character of Maze has been sharing her workout and fight practice videos, indicating a big battle with the enemies in the upcoming season.
— 📎Lesley-Ann Brandt (@LesleyAnnBrandt) October 25, 2019
While everybody is "wow" with the new Thomas B/W pic, I'm more dreamy about this new one from Ildefonso IG account. Always #TomEllis over #Lucifer for me😍😍
I can hear his since here🎶
Sweet dreams with one or with the other😘😉❤️ pic.twitter.com/Tab4kBLBBo
— Sandrine Chevalier (@c4chevalier) November 4, 2019
Valerie Morehouse, one of the vocal coaches on the show posted a picture of Tom Ellis and Brandt with a guitar, indicating a musical episode or them signing. The showrunner Joe Henderson has also kind of confirmed that they always wanted a musical episode and it looks like Lucifer season 5 will fulfill that wish.