The urban fantasy dramatization of DC Comics characters Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg from, The Sandman, Lucifer is a brand new concept and an entirely different take on the police procedural scene assorted with Comedy-drama.
Yet, at the same time, as reviewed by the critics, Lucifer tends to take anything and everything seriously, now that it is a sensational as well as quirky TV series.
Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 Release Date
Lucifer Season 1 was released on January 25, 2016, on Fox. It was an instant hit, with fans praising the flawless performances and dark undertones of the series. Season 2 was subsequently released on August 22, 2017, Season 3 on August 28, 2018, Season 4 on May 12, 2020, and ultimately Season 5 part 1 on August 21, 2020.
Chronologically speaking, it is safe to assume that we might get a season 6 later this year. Also, keeping in find the immense popularity the series beholds among its fans.
Hold the horses cause it won’t be back with a sixth season for now, but with a Part 2 of the fifth one, the things got pretty much interesting when Dennis Haysbert, the man playing God, took to Twitter and confirmed on a long-awaited release for the second part of the fifth season of series.
The actor clarified how the release was still weeks away from expectations. He jokingly made the situation lighter by saying that ‘The Devil Made Them Do It,’ basically citing the series’s pet dialogue.
Fans of Lucifer, or as they like to refer themselves, ‘Lucifans’ have been anguished as they were expecting a release in January, but the COVID-19 situations just made it worse to conform to the plans.
Part 5 Season 1 concluded with God’s imminence on earth and our devil, ‘Lucifer,’ embarking on a new adventure, being reckless as ever; fans can’t wait to see them cross their paths in part 2 of Season 5.
The actor playing Lucifer’s brother, Amenadiel, gave us some hints on how it’s all going to be dramatic and chaotic once God steps on earth; he even gave the idea of how ‘God’ gets disappointed in him for misbehaving with his brothers. Him being the eldest, he is supposed to behave.
Cast and Other Details:
Though the pandemic blew their plans, the creators kept on and wrapped up the filming in October 2020. We may be expecting a trailer and a confirmed release date within a few weeks.
The cast of season 5, part 2, is going to reprise themselves with Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Scarlett Estevez, Rachel Harris, Kevin Rankin, Tricia Helfer, and the surprising return of Inbar Lavi is also anticipated.