For Lucifer fans, it has been quite the wait for season 5 part 2 of the hit dream TV series, starring Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro and D.B. Woodside.

Back in August 2020, the first eight episodes of season 5 dropped on Netflix, in which viewers watched the heated feud between brothers Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) and Michael (additionally Ellis) unfold. Of course, there were a cliffhanger finish as Lucifer and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) battled against Michael and Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) – until God (Dennis Haysbert) interrupted them.

Naturally, the first half of season five came to a close at that point and lovers are left on tenterhooks ever since.

So, when is Lucifer season 5 part 2 landing and what can we look forward to? Here’s what we know.

What’s The Release Date For Lucifer Season 5 Part 2?

Unfortunately, things are still quite vague on when a part 2 will land on Netflix. In January 2021, the show’s authors revealed on Twitter the pandemic has delayed production.

“We know everybody wants to know, but the truth is even WE don’t understand when #LuciferSeason5B will emerge. It is not completed yet,” they tweeted. Adding, “The pandemic blew our plans. But when we’ve got an official release date, trust us, we’re dying to allow you to know! Same with a trailer. #patience #Lucifer”

It’s likely that we will see part 2 fall this season because the filming of Season 6 has already begun.

Who Is Starring In Lucifer Season 5 Part 2?

The major cast in the first part of the year will come back and also include Inbar Levi as Eve. Dennis Haysbert will continue as God after his big reveal at the end of the episode.

We’re set to see a few fresh faces too. We know Allison McAtee will play Elizabeth Newton in Episode 14, although details are scarce. Catherine Dent can also be joining the cast as Dr. Alice Porter and Teri Reeves Nicole O’Brien

Actor Scott Porter also revealed that he is joining the TV series but has not given the role yet, along with different additions such as Jenny Tran, Daniel Hoetmer, Mark Adair-Rios and Chris Payne Gilbert, who’s back as John Decker.

Can I Watch The Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 Trailer?

The trailer hasn’t been released yet – watch this space.

What Are The Storylines For Part 2?

While nothing was formally confirmed in regards to storylines, co-showrunner Joe Henderson recently told Entertainment Tonight that season 5 part 2 are the”most emotional season” of Lucifer up to now.

He explained:”[It is ] our most psychological chunk for all of the shadows in season 5 paer 1. Lightness is mixed up but I feel like season 5 part 1 started a little darker. Season 5 paet 2 will be both brighter and even darker still and it’s always darkest before the dawn.”
He revealed, “This is a family story. Dad’s house and he’s unhappy with what his kids have been up to. That’s so much of what we will explore in season 5 part 2 is merely that household relationship, as well as the emotional elements of this”

Back in October 2020 Henderson shared details of this finale on Twitter.

“I saw that the latest cut of this season 5 #Lucifer finale, and has been full of gratitude for an incredible cast, crew and composing staff since HOLY SHIT it’s so damn amazing!!”

There are also clues about musical episode 10, place within an alternate universe from the 1940s and taken entirely in white and black.

Lucifer’s screenwriter Ildy Modrovich told Entertainment Weekly, “We wanted to get a real grounded story reason they’re dancing and singing, rather than just,’ Oh, that will be the one where everyone dances and sings.”

The series has also posted a couple of mysterious clues about Lucifer season 5 part 2. In November a tweet “No news on season 5 part 2 but the real news we’ll let you in on is that *** and **** are going to treatment.”

Fans feel that the blanked-out characters stood for’God’ and ‘Luci’ (Lucifer).

The following premiered on New Year’s Eve, which read: “hit play 11:59:03 to ring in 2021 using our luci fancam”

In the conclusion of the teaser, God shows: “I’ve begun to ask you something.” This something’ we are imagining is the major plot.

What About Lucifer Season 6?

Back in June 2019, the series demonstrated that season 5 would be the final.

“We are so incredibly thankful to Netflix for resurrecting our series last season, and letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our conditions,” stated showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich.

But a year after, in June 2020, Netflix surprised supporters by confirming that there would be a Lucifer season 6. Keeping up? Good.

The information was confirmed in a tweet, “The devil made us do it. #Lucifer will go back for a sixth and final season. Like, FINAL final.”

Thus, fear not Lucifer lovers, you are in for more puzzle for another year.