Lucifer season 5b is coming to Netflix very soon but how many episodes are there in Lucifer 5B?

Lucifer fans have been waiting more than six months for part two of Lucifer season five to arrive on Netflix worldwide. The highly anticipated release date is fast approaching and fans want to know everything they possibly can about part two. How many episodes are in Lucifer season five, part two? has everything you need to know.

How many episodes are in Lucifer season 5, part 2?

Fans have been waiting since August 2020 for part two to arrive on screens and thankfully, there is not long to go.

Lucifer season five, part two will premiere on Friday, May 28 on Netflix worldwide.

Breaking the news on Twitter, the show’s official account sent fans into meltdown with the announcement.

The show’s verified account tweeted: “We know that more episodes are what you truly desire. Season 5B arrives on Netflix May 28th.”

Just like part one, there will be eight episodes in part two of Lucifer, bringing the fifth outing up to 16 episodes in total.

Lucifer series five was intended to be the final outing and the cast were ready to go out on a high with a 16 episode final series.

However, Netflix decided to reverse its decision and renew Lucifer for a sixth and final series which will air in later 2021 or early 2022. The final series will have just 10 episodes.

The remaining eight episodes of Lucifer season five, part two will drop all at once on Friday, May 28 on Netflix worldwide for the Lucifam to binge over the weekend.

To watch Lucifer season five, part two, you can sign up to Netflix from £5.99/$7.99 per month.

Thankfully, the writing team behind Lucifer have been sharing the episode titles of Lucifer season five, part two in the lead up to its release via the official Lucifer Writers Room Twitter account.

You can find the full list of the Lucifer season five, part two episode titles below:

  • 9. Family Dinner
  • 10. Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam
  • 11. Resting Devil Face
  • 12. Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid
  • 13. A Little Harmless Stalking
  • 14. Nothing Lasts Forever
  • 15. Is This Really How It’s Going to End?!
  • 16. A Chance at a Happy Ending

Episode 10 of Lucifer season five, part two will be the show’s highly anticipated musical episode.

The cast and crew have kept very tight-lipped about the episode but a short teaser has been released of Ella Lopez (played by Aimee Garcia), Detective Decker (Lauren German), Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) performing f Queen’s Another One Bites The Dust.

Showrunners Joe Henderson and Idly Modrovich have also teased the entire musical episode will be cover songs only.

Lucifer season five, part two will pick up from the epic cliffhanger of part one, which saw God (Dennis Haysbert) make his long-anticipated arrival on Earth.

Lucifer’s father, God, arrived on Earth to break up the fighting between his sons, Lucifer, Michael, Amenadiel (DB Woodside) and the demon Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt).

As he floated down into the offices of the LAPD, where time had frozen, God simply said: “Children, you know I hate it when you fight.”

On New Year’s Eve (Thursday, December 31) fans were treated to a short teaser of what is to come in Lucifer season five, part two.

The official Lucifer Twitter account posted a fan cam video, recapping what had happened in Lucifer season five so far.

Just as it looked like the 57-second montage was coming to an end, the final five seconds featured a scene from Lucifer season five, episode nine.

The clip ended with God standing behind Lucifer and touching his shoulder, where he says: “I’ve come to ask you something.”

With God’s hand on his shoulder, Lucifer is visibly shaking but whether it is out of rage, fear or sadness remains unknown.

Hopefully, fans will find out in Lucifer season five, part two, episode nine, titled Family Dinner.


By Ivaylo Angelov

Ivaylo Angelov born in Bulgaria, Varna graduated School Geo Milev is Tvserieswelove's Soaps Editor and oversees all of the section's news, features, spoilers and interviews.