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Things We Saw Today: Lucifer Season 5B Finally Has a Release Date!

The news comes asthe series wraps filming.

the devil prays on Lucifer

Thank the Devil, Lucifer finally has a date for the long-awaited conclusion of season five on Netflix. If you recall, season 5A dropped all the way back in August, and given how time lost all meaning in 2020, that feels like a really long time ago. But the wait will soon come to an end when season 5B drops on Friday, May 28th!

The news leaked a bit earlier this morning, but Netflix didn’t mind confirming. And it looks like it will definitely keep giving us all the Deckerstar content we truly desire.

The news of the 5B premiere date actually comes at a pretty bittersweet time for the cast and crew, as fans got #ThankYouLucifer trending to show their love for the show as the final episode of the series wraps filming today.

Lucifer himself, Tom Ellis, shared an emotional Instagram post to mark the end of filming.


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A post shared by Tom Ellis (@officialtomellis)

Lesley-Ann Brandt also shared an emotional farewell to Mazikeen and the show.


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A post shared by Lesley-Ann Brandt (@lesleyannbrandt)

We’re sad to see the show end, but so excited that we know when we’ll get the end of season five on our screens, and after that, season six as well. And there’s a lot of story left for season five to wrap up, considering that God himself showed up to break up a fight between his sons Lucifer, Michael, and Amenadiel in the LA police department, which they got away with because Amenadiel froze time in a panic about his son not being celestial. And also there was that part where Lucifer was thwarted from telling Chloe he loved her back.

We can’t wait for more Lucifer.

(via: EW, image: Netflix)

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