First Look at 'Lucifer' Season Five Set to Air On Netflix This Year
If (like us) you've been waiting patiently to find out when Lucifer will return to our screens for season five, we have some important updates.
Dennis - whose character will take on a main part in the show - took a cheeky selfie with Tom Ellis (who plays Lucifer) and D.B Woodside (Amenadiel) revealing a sneaky glimpse behind the scenes.
The image was shared on Twitter by Lucifer writer and showrunner Ildy Modrovich who captioned the snap: "Father and sons" with a little devil emoji.
Father and sons. :smiling_imp::heart: #Lucifer #LUCIFERONNETFLIX #LuciferSeason5 @dbwofficial @tomellis17 @DennisHaysbert pic.twitter.com/RMheAh6Vc1
- Ildy Modrovich (@Ildymojo) January 10, 2020
While we can't wait for the fifth season of the show, Lucifer fans were gutted to hear it will be the last - especially as the drama regularly tops the list of 'most-binged shows'.
After being dropped by Fox after series three, Lucifer was picked up by Netflix for the fourth and fifth instalments.
The streaming platform announced the news last summer, explaining it "can't wait to give [fans] the big finish they've all been waiting for" and was "thrilled that Lucifer fans around the world have embraced this series on Netflix".
"We are so incredibly thankful to Netflix for resurrecting our show last season, and now letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our terms," showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich added in the statement.
It's expected season five will have around 16 episodes in total, and will arrive on Netflix at some point this year.
The fourth series of the show aired in May, so hopefully we won't have too long to wait...
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