Lucifer Netflix series: Everything you need to know before the premiere of the fifth season

One of the most “devilish” series on Netflix will soon be back on Netflix, a reason to refresh this long-awaited story that many changes are expected and with which the audience will be stuck from start to finish with the 8 chapters in which its protagonist Tom Ellis is more seductive and full of malice. Therefore, before August 21 comes, we will give you details of what is coming in this unconventional plot.

Details of what will happen in the fifth season of Lucifer

Lucifer Morningstar returns in style. Irreverence will continue to be the key to continue seducing and solving the darkest mysteries. Hence, the emotions and radical changes in the attitude of this character are the order of the day during the development of each episode in which he will also feel somewhat overshadowed or threatened by the arrival of a new character who will take an unexpected turn to the Netflix series.

This new installment of 8 chapters will feature a special retrospective that was black and white engraving and in which the origins and why of various characters will be known, as well as much of Lucifer’s past. This fourth chapter will be named “It Never Ends Well for the Chicken” and beyond answering many questions of the story, it will also be a tribute to the film noir that its creator Tom Kapinos always had the concern to make.

As if that were not enough, in this fifth season 4 of the 8 chapters will be released this August 21 and the rest as soon as progress can be made with the editing details that were affected after the cancellation of work due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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However, this will not be an impediment so that a sixth and final installment is already confirmed, in which one will see a Lucifer increasingly weary of hell and making his life on earth. So this is also a spoiler that this character will be more and more human and affected by day-to-day experiences.

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