Lucifer Season 5B Release Date, Preview, and What to Expect?: A good news for everyone around the globe. Netflix just revealed the release date of the second part of the fifth season. Netflix announced the release date on their Twitter account and Instagram too. Fans are really excited for the upcoming part of Lucifer, especially after the cliffhanger they left the show on. Another surprise came when IMDB listed the first 10 episodes of the sixth season also. According to IMDB, The sixth season is also set to release in 2021 only.

We have already gotten an official announcement regarding the sixth season of and the news looks solid. As IMDB has not only listed episode release date but has also released the name of all 10 episodes. Some are also saying that sixth will be the final season in Lucifer’s saga and Netflix has confirmed that. So, we will have to wait and see how things will turn out to be. Now coming back to the fifth season, Lucifer’s fifth season was divided into two parts. The first part was released in August 2020 and the second part was supposed to release in March this year but was shut down due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Lucifer Season 5B Plot

Lucifer’s official synopsis reads “Lucifer Morningstar has decided he’s had enough of being the dutiful servant in Hell and decides to spend some time on Earth to better understand humanity. He settles in Los Angeles – the City of Angels.”

Season 5B will continue right from where the first part ended. We saw in the finale of the first part that “God” returns to Earth. Now we know the history of Lucifer and God throughout. And every time when he is on-screen alongside Lucifer something intense happens. There are so many unanswered questions too that need to be answered, otherwise, how will I sleep at night? Ella will have a major part this season and so Charlie. His child’s situation will certainly affect the dynamic of the show. We will have to wait till the show comes out to get all the answers.

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Lucifer Season 5B Release Date

The second part of the fifth season is all set to release on 28 May 2021. The second part will have the same amount of episodes, which are eight. Each episode will be 40-45 minutes long making it the perfect show to binge on. Lucifer season 5B will release on Netflix without any regional boundaries so you will be able to enjoy it from any part of the world.

Lucifer Season 5B Cast

There will be some familiar faces in season 5B of Lucifer. Tom Ellis will return as Lucifer, Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker, Kevin Alejandro as Detective Dan Espinoza, DB Woodside as Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen, Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza, Rachael Harris as Dr. Linda Martin,  Inbar Lavi as Eve, Dennis Haysbert. as God and Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez. You can read the whole cast on Netflix’s official website or IMDB.

Claudia Yarmy, Lisa Demaine, Richard Speight Jr., and Kevin Alejandro are directing the series. Mike Costa and Chris Rafferty are in charge of writing the series. Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich are producing the series. And if you follow them, you will know that this year DC Fandome, said that one of the episodes will be a musical. Both of them hyped up the episode and I am excited about it. As always Ben Decter is in charge of the music department.

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Lucifer Season 5B What to Expect?

Expect lots and lots of actions. The way Lucifer’s season 5A ended we can expect some shenanigans. But now we have to put on our serious pants because the show is in the serious territory. And all of us know about Lucifer’s relationship with God, so we have nothing to say there at least.

As I said about the musical episodes, not only the producers are hyping it up, but the actors are too. Just like the first part, I think the flashbacks will play a major deal in this season too. And we will get some Supernatural friends too, just for fun. The season is going to be a wild ride no matter what.