Lucifer is Netflix’s latest revival show. It managed to pick up the show from Fox who canceled the series after three seasons last year. The revival came after a massive fan campaign to save the show. The earlier seasons of Lucifer were added to Netflix at the beginning of 2019 and although all of the previous seasons aren’t available on Netflix everywhere, season 4 premiered exclusively on Netflix around the world on May 8th, 2019.
In April 2020, production on season 5 stalled but we believe the first half is now ready to release as we’ll get into shortly. The reaction to the fourth season since the arrival has been immense. It smashed TVTime’s binge report rocketing to number 1 outperforming HBO’s Game of Thrones and breaking their all times record. There’s a lot to cover for Lucifer season 5 so let see.
According to the last update On May 17th, 2019, the series was given its season 5 order. However, it’s a bittersweet announcement as the show has been given a final season order.
CAST OF LUCIFER SEASON 5 REVEALED
The cast of Lucifer on its season 5 renewal: Ildy Modrovich who serves as the main showrunner said: Thank you to our beautiful Luci family for all of your love and support And to Netflix for being the best partner.
Joe Henderson who serves as the co-showrunner said this: The fans brought us back to life. Now, we get to finish our story on our terms. Can’t wait for you guys to see what’s in store!.
Tom Ellis had this to say: Well look what happened! A 5th and final season of #Lucifer is coming to # LuciferNetflix thank you to all you loyal lucifers for watching… now let’s end this properly.
In February 2020, we got word that writers had concluded writing every episode with the last day in Lucifer’s writing room taking place on February 7th, 2020. In March 2020, alongside the global coronavirus epidemic, it was revealed that Lucifer was one of the many shows at WBTV and Netflix that had been temporarily postponed.