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Lucifer Season 5 Part 2: Everything You Know So Far

Lucifer Season 5 Part 2

It feels as though we have been waiting a lifetime for the second half of Lucifer Season 5. Okay, it’s been less than a year, but do you blame us contemplating how mad that significant midseason finale cliffhanger was? We don’t judge you for sending up a quick prayer which Lucifer returns soon for Part 2.

The midseason finale watched Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) duke it out with their brother Michael, just for God (Dennis Haysbert) to finally show up following five seasons of ghosting his kids to break up the fight. And heaven helps us, that is really where they left us!

At the moment we know lots of details about the rear half of Season 5, even when we don’t know how the whole God scenario will pan out. Read on to find out everything we understand about Season 5 Part two.

When will Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 come out?

Lucifer Season 5 Part 1 had aired on Netflix on 21st August 2020. Traditionally talking it takes 6 weeks for the next season to premiere. To put it differently, Lucifans were optimistic for a late February 2021 launch. However, it also was turned down by Netflix.

Lucifer authors also have confirmed they cannot snare a Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 launch date 2021. While replying to a Lucifan on Twitter, Lucifer founders stated that they also cannot comment on the possible date. Pay attention to the dialog below.

The work remains unfinished but fans should trust it will come sometime in the year. With the most recent information of delay coming from all quarters, the very best we could expect is the early to late spring calendar. April 2021 launch can be safely presumed.

The cast of Lucifer season 5 part 2

The cast for part 2 would be like department 1. This way, much the same as the first component Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside, Rachel Harris, Aimee Garcia, and Scarlett Estevez will have their influence in the second 50 percent of season 5.

Lucifer Season 5 Part 2

Inbar Lavi as Eve will be there partially 2 as it was indicated that her character is going to be looked at in the coming scenes. Dennis Haysbert as God may also show up.

What to expect from Lucifer season 5 part 2

Let’s fast catching up on the last events of episode eight, “Spoiler Alert”.

The episode ends in an epic double showdown with Lucifer fighting Maze, and Amenadiel combating the new villain of the show, Michael (Lucifer’s twin brother). That fight finally finishes with lights shining into the office building and God standing at the peak of the stairs.

God exclaims”That’s enough” before calmly saying: “Children, I know I hate it when you struggle” then cut into credits.

God is expected to be sticking with Lucifer for a while too. On November 23rd, the Lucifer Twitter accounts resisted a cryptic clue about what we could expect from season five which said:

Most fans worked this out to become”God’s extended stay on Earth”.
We are still yet to see what Michael’s endgame or ultimate strategy will be telling Lucifer”Oh, you will just have to wait and watch.”. Some have speculated that if the show sticks to its comic book roots, it could eventually result in the production of what we now know is the DC Universe.

We do know a few other things about season 5 part 2 including the fact we may get to view Maze’s (played with Lesley-Ann Brandt) demon face with her telling an outlet: “I have a great scene at the back half of this season with Dennis and it’s incredibly… Well, you get to see my demon face in this scene, I believe I can drop that in there!”.

It has also been teased that season 5 part 2 will be the most psychological yet.

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