Lucifer season 5B: Here’s How Many Episodes We’re Getting

Lucifer season 5B will soon be on Netflix. But the question is, how many episodes will there be?

Lucifer season 5A came earlier this year on Netflix as Lucifer Morningstar (played Tom Ellis) returned. Now viewers are busy waiting for the upcoming 5B to be released.

The first part of season 5 dropped on the streaming platform back in August 2020. These eight episodes followed Lucifer as he returned to Hell and dealt with his new responsibilities away from Earth.

However, as fans will remember, he was soon brought back to Los Angeles when his brother Michael (Ellis) attempted to take over his life.

There was a lot to enjoy across part A, including everything from a noir episode to Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Lucifer finally giving romance a chance.

This all culminated in a dramatic finale episode for the characters.

As viewers will remember, we last left off with Lucifer following an epic fight breaking out between Micheal, Amenadiel (DB Woodside) and Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) in the police precinct.

In the final moments, none other than God (Dennis Haysbert) himself appeared and challenged his children to stop their fighting.

This has left fans desperate for more of the show to be released on the streaming platform.

How many episodes are in Lucifer season 5B?

Much like the first half of the season, there will be eight episodes in total in the second part as well.

You can see the episode titles below:

  • Episode 9 Family Dinner. Written by Joe Henderson and directed by Nathan Hope
  • Episode 10: Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam. Written by Ildy Modrovich and directed by Sherwin Shilati.
  • Episode 11: Resting Devil Face. Written by Mira Z Barnum, Joshua Duckworth, and Richardo Lopez Jr and directed by Bola Ogun
  • Episode 12: Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid. Written by Mike Costa and directed by Greg Beeman
  • Episode 13: A Little Harmless Stalking. Written by Julia Fontana and Jen Graham Imada and directed by Richard Speight, Jr.
  • Episode 14: Nothing Lasts Forever. Written by Chris Rafferty and directed by Lisa Demaine
  • Episode 15: Is This Really How It’s Going to End?! Written by Jason Ning and directed by Ildy Modrovich
  • Episode 16: A Chance At a Happy Ending. Written by Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich and directed by Karen Gaviola

The creators are keeping their cards close to their chest about what will happen next on the series. However, they have revealed there will be a dysfunctional family dinner at one point as well as a musical episode. At the moment, there is no release date for the next episodes of the show.

However, filming has finished and viewers are hopeful it could be released on Netflix in early 2021. The latest update came from co-showrunner Joe Henderson who revealed more at Baltimore Comic-Con. He explained how in October they had finished all of the episodes apart from the finale but this was coming along well.

Source: express.co.uk

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