Lucifer season five, part two will premiere on Friday, May 28 on Netflix worldwide. The upcoming series will have eight episodes in total, rounding off season five’s 16-episode long extravaganza. Part two will kick off with episode nine but what will happen next? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
What will happen in Lucifer season 5, episode 9?
Lucifer fans have been waiting more than six months for the remaining eight episodes of season five to land on Netflix.
Thankfully, there is just one month to go before part two arrives and fans cannot wait to see what will happen next.
At the end of Lucifer season five, part one, God (played by Dennis Haysbert) made his long-awaited arrival on Earth.
He arrived just as things got seriously heated between his sons Michael, Lucifer (Tom Ellis), Amenadiel (DB Woodside) and the demon, Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt).
Fans will recall Maze and Michael teamed up together in a bid to take down Lucifer and Amenadiel.
After Amenadiel mistakingly froze time, only the celestial beings on Earth could roam free, causing a fight to break out between the four in the middle of the LAPD offices.
God then arrived announcing: “Children, you know I hate it when you fight” before the screen faded to black.
Thankfully, some more details about episode nine have been revealed ahead of the next eight episodes.
Episode nine of Lucifer season five is titled Family Dinner and as expected, a family dinner will most likely take place.
Lucifer co-showrunner, Joe Henderson has teased an epic family dinner, which will feature the show’s longest ever single scene, coming in at 11 minutes and 27 seconds in length.
Amenadiel star, DB Woodside, echoed Henderson’s comments in an interview with IB Times said the family dinner is “long” and like ” some family dinners can go, it’s tense, it’s awkward, it’s uncomfortable.”
How exactly Michael, Lucifer and Amenadiel will respond to God’s arrival remains unknown for now but Henderson has also revealed the brothers will react differently.
Speaking with John Siuntres on the World Balloon YouTube Channel, Lucifer co-showrunner Joe Henderson teased there will be “a lot of ” to come between the father and sons.
He shared: “Let’s just say that Lucifer and Dad are going to have a lot of conversations about where they’ve been, and that’s the kind of thing they’ll be talking about.”
He added: “The Lucifer-God — and actually the God-Amenadiel stuff — is like, just, it was such a delight to play with and as you’ll see in the trailer, Dennis Haysbert does not lack for moments of emotion of drama and humour.”
For Lucifer, he had always felt abandoned by his father and has expressed his feelings of anger in regards to his father.
Additionally, towards the end of 2020, fans were treated to some short teaser trailers of what is to come.
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.
The official Lucifer Twitter account also posted a fan cam video of Chloe Decker’s best moments.
The clip shows a confused and dazed Chloe Decker walking around the offices of the LAPD, searching for Lucifer, asking a passing colleague: “Have you seen Lucifer?”
As time as resumed, the glass from the window which Lucifer crashed through during his fight with Michael is still falling to the floor in real-time, with Lucifer nowhere to be seen.
At the end of part one, Chloe told Lucifer she loved him and was nervously awaiting Lucifer’s response.
Fans will have to wait until Friday, May 28 to find out what will happen next.