Never Say Never! ‘Lucifer’ Returns with A New Season After Facing Cancellation

Lucifer is an America TV series that premiered on 25 January 2016. It is based on the DC Comics characters taken from a comic book series namely ‘The Sandman’. The series revolves around Lucifer Morningstar who runs a nightclub in Los Angeles and later becomes a consultant to the ‘Los Angeles Police Department’.

The first season received mixed reviews both from the audience and the critics, though the other three seasons were considerably rated better than the first one. Looking at the way Lucifer was acclaimed, Fox cancelled the renewal after the third season, But a month later, Netflix picked up the series for the fourth season of a total of ten episodes that was aired on 8 May 2019. later, Netflix rekindled the series for the fifth and the final season of the TV series.

Credits: Netflix

As announced Lucifer season 5 will be divided into two parts. It is expected that the first half of the final season will be released during the summers of 2020, while the other half will be released by the end of 2020. It was previously reported that Lucifer Season 5 will have a total of 10 episodes which was later increased by 6 episodes, making it a season of 16 episodes.

Tom Ellis and Lauren German are likely to be seen in the same characters as before i.e. Lucifer Morningstar and Chloe Decker respectively.

Ever since the fourth season premiered last year, the fans have been eagerly waiting to see what will happen in the fifth and the final season of the supernatural comedy-drama. Filming of the last season is currently underway located in Canada.

Credits: Netflix

The audience can watch the first three seasons on Amazon prime, while the fourth and the yet to be released the fifth season on Netflix.

Stay Tuned for further updates!