Lucifer could also be ending (although not as early as we thought), but it surely’s getting a hell of a sendoff! On July 26, Netflix introduced that the collection’s fifth season has been prolonged; as an alternative of the beforehand revealed 10 episodes, season 5 will conclude with 16 episodes. Whereas it would not rank as much as the supernatural crime drama’s ultimate season on Fox – which concluded with 26 episodes – it is six extra hours for followers to benefit from the crime-solving adventures of Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) and LAPD detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). Who would not need extra of that?
The collection initially aired on Fox however was canceled in Might 2018 after three seasons. The passionate outcry from followers moved Netflix to choose it up for a fourth season the next month, then renew it for its fifth season in June 2019, after which renew it for a “ultimate, FINAL” sixth season on June 23. It will carry the collection complete to over 77 episodes, which can make Lucifer one of many longest-running Netflix unique collection, between the not too long ago concluded Orange Is the New Black (91 episodes) and Home of Playing cards (73 episodes).
The primary half of season 5 will premiere on Aug. 21, with the second half dropping at a at the moment unannounced date. See you in hell, Lucifans!
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