Supernatural fans may have coined the term Hellatus, but “Lucifans” have to be thinking: “Hold my beer from LUX.”
Previously, Lucifer‘s loyal viewers waited nearly a year between Seasons 3 and 4, until the supernatural-tinged procedural made its Netflix debut in May 2019. Less than a month later (aka within that said-to-be-critical Netflix performance window), the streaming service renewed the series for a fifth — and what was then declared “final” — run of episodes. Meaning, those same patient Lucifans have thus far waited another 12 months for (at least part of) Season 5 to arrive.
Starring Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris, D.B. Woodside, Kevin Alejandro, Aimee Garcia and Scarlett Estevez, Lucifer produced 57 episodes for Fox (including two “bonus” hours that the network threw onto the schedule after the show’s cancellation). One month after getting dropped by Fox, Lucifer was invited to rise again as Netflix’s first “saved” show in a long while.
Where did Lucifer leave off at the end of Season 4? What all can fans expect from Season 5? (And do we know yet when?) And where stands the probable Season 6? As you continue to await new episodes, TVLine has rounded up every officially announced detail thus far.