Lucifer season 5, part 2, is finally fast approaching! Indeed, Netflix has finally decided to set a release date for the end of May 2021. Here is an updated guide to everything we know about the penultimate season of Lucifer called Season 5b.

As you probably all know, Lucifer became one of Netflix's greatest original series after being picked up from Fox after its abrupt cancellation. Netflix has resumed production since season three, with season 4 falling on May 8, 2019, and the most recent season arriving on August 21, 2020.


We already have plenty of coverage for Lucifer Season 5, including the full guide to the soundtrack for the new series. We also reported that Lucifer had made the biggest TV debut on Netflix since Netflix's top 10 features were introduced to the world in early 2020. This was also reflected in Neilsen's audience figures.

What is the release date for Lucifer's Season 5B on Netflix?

After a very long production process, we may have waited a lot longer than we would have hoped for Season 5 Part 2.

Thanks to an update on Netflix's Lucifer page, we now know that Lucifer Season 5b will be released on Netflix worldwide on May 28, 2021.


Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 Episode Names

Long before the Lucifer Season, 5 premieres on Netflix was released, we slowly unveiled all of the episode titles and who was set to write and direct. We have included the most up-to-date list of episode titles.

Episode 509 - "Family Dinner" - Written by Joe Henderson and directed by Nathan Hope

Episode 510 - "Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam" 

Episode 511 - "Resting Devil Face" 

Episode 512 - “Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid” 

Episode 513 - "A Little Harmless Stalking" 

Episode 514 - "Nothing Lasts Forever" 

Episode 515 - "This Is Really How Will It End ?! ” 

Episode 516 - “Chance to a Happy Ending” 

It should be noted that the episode titles have been announced until March 12, 2020, which is before the renewal of Season 6 of Lucifer, so we do not yet know if the titles of the episodes will change, but we have no doubts that this will happen. will affect the meat of the final episode which we'll skip in a second.

Where is the filming of Lucifer season 5 part 2?

Production status: Post-production (VFX & dubbing) (last update: 02/28/2021)


Most of the second part has already been filmed. In fact, until the break due to the global pandemic, it is believed that every episode up to Episode 16 was filmed. This was later contradicted by Tom Ellis who said: “We were about halfway there. So we go back, we start with that, then we go directly to season 6. "

At the end of June 2020, we learned that the production of Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 had been postponed to start at some point in October 2020. This date was apparently brought forward when TVLine confirmed in early September 2020 that the series was considering currently returning to production on September 24, 2020.

Cast members began returning to set on September 22, 2020 (two days earlier than expected) with new detailed on-set procedures to maintain a safe environment.

It is also believed that there should be reruns given the spectacular renewal of season six and the plot changes needed to keep the series going.

As we got back from the shoot, we got to see a few shots of what to expect, two huge cranes set up in a football stadium being one of the biggest teases. Could this be the confrontation between Luci and Michael?

By October 2020, production had moved to season six of Lucifer which is filmed back to back.

This means the series is in extensive post-production, which was confirmed on October 25 during the Baltimore Comic-Con live event. Joe Henderson, when asked about post-production, said “it's going well”. He also said that all episodes up to Season 5, Episode 16 ended in post-production with just the finale to go. He also states that 516 is going to take longer just because of the size of the episode saying it's "very expensive."

He also states that a big part of the wait now is for Netflix to do the cleanup on their side with localization, as well as the preparation of marketing and other materials.

There was a lot more revelation in the whole conversation between Joe Henderson at the comic-con which lasted two hours in total. Full video below.

On January 2, 2021, Ildy Modrovich provided a small update on where Season 5, Part 2 was saying they were still working on visual effects and voice acting.

The casting of Lucifer Season 5 Part 2

So far we know there are a number of guest stars that are expected to feature in Part Two.


Of course, the main star who appeared at the end of episode eight will continue to appear in the second half. We are referring to Dennis Haysbert playing the part of God with his inclusion in the series announced in January 2020.

In May 2020, we first learned that Alison McAtee, known for her work on The Haves and the Have Nots on OWN and Californication, would be a guest of Elizabeth Newman in Episode 14.

We also learned in September 2020 that Catherine Dent, who is best known for her stint on The Shield on FX in the early 2000s as Dannie Sofer, will appear in the musical episode as Dr. Alice Porter.

In early September 2020, we became aware of another new guest star in the form of Teri Reeves who has appeared in Netflix's The Punisher, Once Upon a Time, and Chicago Fire.

At the end of September 2020, Netflix Life got wind that Scott Porter (who has starred in Speed Racer, Prom Night, and Ginny & Georgia) will be playing in a currently unnamed role for the second half of Season 5, plus he will also be featured. in season six as well, suggesting he's a new recurring character.

The fansite continues to speculate that he could play Castiel who is rumored to be entering the series at some point.

Here are some other guest stars who are expected to appear in the final episodes of Lucifer season 5:

Mark Adair-Rios will appear in Episode Nine and Episode 10 as Juan Perez

Daniel Hoetmer will appear as April Peterson in Episode Nine.

Chris Payne Gilbert will return for the final episode after appearing in season two as John Decker.

Jenny Tran will appear in episode 14 as Larper Kim

Inbar Lavi will return as Eve for Season 5, Part 2, as confirmed by Entertainment Weekly.

What to Expect from Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 

Let's quickly catch up on the final events of episode eight, 

The episode ends with an epic double confrontation with Lucifer fighting Maze and Amenadiel fighting the new villain of the series, Michael (Lucifer's twin brother). This fight ultimately ends with lights beaming through the office building and God standing at the top of the stairs.

God exclaims "enough is enough" before calmly saying, "Kids, I know I hate it when you fight," then cut in the credits.

God is expected to stay with Lucifer for a while as well. On November 23, Lucifer's Twitter account teased a cryptic hint on what to expect from Season 5 that read:

when could 5B's release date be? we can't reveal this but what we can reveal: get ready for the extended stay from *** to *****

Most fans thought it was "God's extended stay on Earth."

We have yet to see what the endgame or Michael's ultimate plan says to Lucifer "Oh, you'll just have to wait and see." Some have speculated that if the series sticks to its comic book origins, it could eventually lead to the creation of what we now know to be the DC Universe.

We know other things about Season 5, Part 2, including the fact that we could see Maze's demon face (played by Lesley-Ann Brandt) with her saying at a point of sale, 'I' have a good scene in the second half of the season with Dennis and it's amazing… well you can see my demon face in that scene, I think I can drop that in there! ".

It has also been teased that Season 5, Part 2 will be the most emotional yet.

What is known about the Lucifer season 5b musical episode

 On September 12, 2020, Lucifer was one of the shows that featured in Part 2 of the DC Fandom event.


Here's what was featured on what to expect from the Lucifer panel:

“Lucifer is back from hell, and the show brings an all-new blooper reel from Season 4 with an exclusive 'Another One Bites the Dust' music video from the upcoming musical episode. Director Sherwin Shilati and Lucifer, executive producers/showrunners, Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich discuss what it took to put together such a massive musical episode - and how they were able to keep it a secret for so long.

In the panel, the creators talked about the final season and dropped the first look at the new season with a new clip from the new musical episode.

And right before we go, we thought we'd show you some of the colorized black and white versions of the episode that are just as fabulous.

That's all we know at the moment, according to our other previews here at What's New on Netflix, this is going to be updated over time as we learn more.

Are you looking forward to the next batch of Lucifer season 5 episodes? Let us know in the comments below.

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