New images from Lucifer season 5 reveal fans’ first go through the show’s upcoming noir episode. Lucifer first premiered in 2016 on Fox and ran for three seasons before it had been canceled. However, Lucifer’s sizable group of fans campaigned because of its resurrection, and Netflix soon picked the series up for just two additional seasons. While season 4 found its way to May 2019, the await season 5 is a bit longer. Week just last, Netflix announced that Lucifer season 5 will later come early july premiere, on August 21. Then, day later a, Netflix also announced Lucifer have been renewed for a sixth season, that may also function as show’s last (for real this time around).
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Lucifer follows the titular lord of Hell (Tom Ellis) after he leaves his domain behind to perform a nightclub in LA. Moreover, Lucifer finds himself assisting the LAPD on various cases after he catches the eye of Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). The Lucifer season 4 finale put a twist on things by seeing Lucifer go back to hell following Chloe’s declaration of love. It’s expected that he’ll go back to Los Angeles in a few form, but just how or why was not revealed at this time.
What has been revealed, though, are some images from Lucifer season 5’s fourth episode (via EW), titled “It Never Ends Well for the Chicken.” This episode will revisit Lucifer’s previous visit to LA in the 1940s for what, “to a certain degree, is Lucifer’s first case,” in accordance with co-showrunner Joe Henderson. “There exists a case, there exists a mystery to resolve, but it’s just more filtering our [show’s] language through noir.” Plus, this episode will dive in to the past of Lucifer’s right-hand woman, Maze (Lesley Ann-Brandt). These flashbacks are structured as a tale Lucifer is telling to Chloe’s daughter Trixie (Scarlett Estevez), type of in the vein of The Princess Bride. You can observe the images in the area below.
As some may have noticed, not absolutely all the characters within the noir flashbacks could have actually been contained in the 1940s. As Henderson explained, “Also, the big fun of the Princess Bride device is, as he’s telling the story, he’s basically putting the characters we realize and love involved with it.” The noir framing certainly appears like it’ll provide the right fun to Lucifer season 5, as it’ll both include a mystery plus some new character development. Lucifer isn’t the only real series to get a noir episode recently, because the final season of Agents of SHIELD recently went monochrome too.
Another interesting tidbit about Lucifer season 5 is that it is being put into two parts. Netflix ordered yet another eight episodes, also it was decided that season 5 would get to two chunks of eight. The initial, as stated, will premiere later come early july, and the next doesn’t have the official date yet. However, barring no complications, it’ll likely debut sometime in 2021. No word yet if it’ll have any trips to days gone by or monochrome episodes.
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Lucifer season 5 will premiere on Netflix on August 21.
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