Lucifer Season 5 Gets Official Trailer – Luci Is Back… Or Is He?

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13 Jul 20

Netflix has released the official Season 5 trailer for Lucifer, and it seems the devil himself is back on Earth… or is he?

‘Lucifer’ follows Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the original fallen angel, who became dissatisfied with his life in hell. Retiring to L.A., he inadvertently teams up with an LAPD detective (Lauren German) to help punish criminals. Joining him on Earth is his angelic brother Amenadiel (D. B. Woodside), and his former head torturer demon turned bounty hunter Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt). It was announced in January that ’24’ star Dennis Haysbert would be joining the show in Season 5 to play Lucifer & Amenadiel’s father… aka God.


Season 4 began with Lucifer reeling from the aftermath of Chloe seeing his devil face. But his attention was soon grabbed by the return of someone from his past… Eve (Inbar Lavi – ‘The Last Ship’), the original sinner herself. The season ends as demons start to run amok on Earth, trying to kidnap Amenadieland Linda’s (Rachael Harris) baby. It becomes clear something has to be done to keep them in line, so Lucifer takes up his seat once again as the King of Hell…

As you can see in the Season 5 trailer, someone who looks a lot like Lucifer is back roaming the Earth… Except it isn’t Luci, but his brother, Michael, and he’s determined to screw things up for our favourite devil! Meanwhile, Chloe rethinks romance, Ella finally finds a nice guy, and Amenadiel is adjusting to the whole fatherhood thing.

Season 5 will consist of sixteen episodes, split into two blocks of eight, part one of which premieres this August. There is still some work to do on the second half of the season, which (like everything) had to stop shooting due to the pandemic, so that likely means part two will air in 2021. That will be followed by a 6th and final season at some point later. We don’t yet know how many episodes Season 6 will be.

Lucifer‘ Season 5, part 1 premieres Friday, 21st August 2020 on Netflix UK and worldwide. Seasons 1 to 3 can be found on Amazon Prime UK, with Season 4 available to stream on Netflix UK.