Lucifer Season 5B is one of the most anticipated premieres of 2021 is coming on the Netflix screen. Lucifer will return after 280 days with the premiere of his 5B season which was divided by delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Among the condiments that threatened cravings for more chapters was the wait that fans had to overcome after the break that forced the health crisis. The fifth season was midway shooting when it had to be cancelled and the show decided to split it into two parts to at least release episodes in 2020.
Is there an official trailer and synopsis?
As part of the same season, the eight coming chapters do not have a new official synopsis. However, they have a trailer where you can draw several conclusions regarding the plot. There will be two clear arcs in history: God on Earth and the confrontation between Lucifer and Michael. In addition, Ellis revealed earlier this year that there will be an all-musical episode.
The new characters in Lucifer show
Lucifer’s season 5B will not undergo major changes in its cast. Tom Ellis will be returning as Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German as Chloe Decker, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen, DB Woodside as Amenadiel, Rachel Harris as Linda Martin, Kevin Alejandro as Dan, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez and Dennis Haysbert as God. At the moment, the only confirmed addition is David Anthony Buglione in the role of Ibriel.
How many seasons are left?
After the release, there will be only one season of the series left on Netflix. The sixth instalment even completed its filming and the actors said goodbye to their characters after six years. While Joe Henderson, the showrunner, assured that the episodes are well advanced, did not confirm that they will premiere this 2021 and said the decision will be purely commercial.
When will Lucifer Season 5B Premiere on Netflix?
Lucifer’s eight episodes of season 5B will be available this Friday, May 28, to everyone.