Lucifer is an American urban fantasy television series. The show is under the development of Tom Kapinos. This series is from the inspiration of DC Comics characters, which are from a comic book series The Sandman. The production companies of the show were Jerry Bruckheimer Television, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Also, the show belongs to the genre of Urban Fantasy.
However, this series is available on Netflix. The show has released its four seasons. This show has got a huge response and positive critics across the globe. The show consists of 67 episodes. Each episode is of 42-56 minutes runtime. Warner Bros. Television distribution is the distributor of the series. So, after the huge success, of the show, it is renewed for another season.
Season 5 Updates
Although, the show was renewed for the fifth season. But, there is no update regarding the arrival of the new season. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing issues of coronavirus pandemic, the show will be late. So, after the super success of the fourth season, Netflix decides to renew the show. Thus, the fifth season will be the final season of the show, which consists of sixteen episodes. So, makers will release in two parts, where each one contains eight episodes.
Many actors from the previous seasons, will be part of the new season. These include Tom Ellis who is acting as Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker, Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel, Rachael Harris as Dr. Linda Martin, and many more. So, these were expected to come back for the new season. Also, the final season will include some new characters.
From the recent post of Tom Ellis, fans have come to know some clues in the plot of the new season. Many people expect that Lucifer will come back to Los Angeles from hell. Also, this is present in the end scene of the fourth season. So, the fifth season will pick up from this point. However, there is no information from the maker’s side regarding the plot.
Unfortunately, there is no trailer yet for the fifth season. But, fans expect that the first batch of eight episodes will arrive in the upcoming months of 2020.