The devil is due and it becomes a two-part. Netflix has finally announced the premiere date for the first half of the fifth (and not as final as we originally thought) season of Lucifer, more than a year after the supernatural process switched to the streaming service. New episodes will be released on August 21, and according to official teasers, more is at stake than ever. The 66.6-second video promises that "secrets will be revealed, loved characters will die, and we will finally get an answer to the question:" Will they or won't they? "" Hell yes!
Thanks to a segment from October 2019, fans received their first correct information about the upcoming season The Kelly Clarkson Show where the presenter of the day show led her family through the set of the Netflix series. Along with her mother Jeanie and sister Alyssa, the singer met the dazzling cast of the series to take a look behind the scenes, including a quick peek at "where true magic happens," also known as Lucifer's bedroom. Jeanie and Alyssa proclaimed that the visit was the best trip they have ever made – which ensured the former, including safaris and awards ceremonies – so it can be said with certainty that everyone had a fun time.
Towards the end of their visit, Tom Ellis Clarkson and her family revealed some exclusive news. "Season five of Lucifer will be split in half, "he said." Netflix will drop eight episodes, there will be a little pause, and then they will drop another eight episodes. "The fans already knew the fifth season had been expanded to 16 episodes because Netflix had already announced it in September 2019, but the split disclosure means that there will likely be a couple of cliffhangers that will keep everyone busy. Season six ordered it is a lot for fans to look forward to!
In the meantime, you can see some of LuciferThe sexiest moments in the upcoming date announcement, and be ready to greet the devil and society when the first half of season five premieres on August 21.