Netflix’s “Lucifer” Returns this August

Photo Credit: Netflix

This article was originally posted on the evening of 6/21 when Netflix ever so quietly posted and then removed the highly anticipated release date for the fifth season of “Lucifer”. Then Monday happened and the show’s loyal fans, myself included, lost our sanity. We were not only treated to a, dare I say steamy 66.6 second trailer- oh no, no, no – but to the definition of a teaser clip featuring Chloe and Lucifer. Did I mention that it was new?!

Just in case you haven’t seen it… take a look:

The official description proceeds as followed: “Lucifer makes a tumultuous return, Chloe rethinks romance, Ella finally finds a nice guy, and Amenadiel adjusts to the whole fatherhood thing.”

Like the rest of the fandom, I am /still/ bloody processing THAT teaser trailer. The cherry on top would be added Tuesday when it was announced that “Lucifer” will be returning for a sixth and final, final season. One thing is for certain, folks, we are in for one Hell of a ride – pun intended. Part one of season five premieres on August 21st only on Netflix. And as always…stay 2uned ;).

Photo Credit: Netflix
Photo Credit: Netflix

After months of anxiously waiting and chomping at the proverbial bit – Netflix quietly dropped the release date of the fifth season of “Lucifer”. Not even fifteen minutes ago, Twitter went absolutely wild with the news. August 21, 2020. 😱😱😈😈😈 “Lucifer” fans all over the world have been posting screen shots of their Netflix accounts, displaying the most exciting news. The streaming giant has yet to release an official press release regarding the news; however, we’re sure that is forthcoming. In the meantime, there’s finally some bloody good news! As this story develops, be sure to stay 2uned 👀😈.

(Photo Credit: Stay 2uned

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