‘Lucifer’ Season 5 Is Now Available To Stream On Netflix

‘Lucifer’ Season 5 Is Now Available To Stream On Netflix Netflix

Earlier this summer, Netflix announced that Season 5 of Lucifer would premiere later in the summer. Well, the long wait is finally over and the whole season is now live on the streaming site, ready for you to binge all weekend long. Believe me, the new episodes are so juicy and answer so many questions we were left with at the end of Season 4, you’ll want to get a move on.

  1. There are eight new episodes to stream. While I would happily watch a 20+ episode season, sadly, Season 5 of Lucifer only has eight episodes… for now! The good news is that we know this season is split and that there are still eight more episodes to be dropped for a total of 16. That’s not too bad!
  2. Will they or won’t they? That’s the question Netflix claims will be answered – or at least teased some more – this season. “Secrets will be revealed, beloved characters will die, and we’ll finally get an answer to the question, ‘Will they or won’t they?'” That means we’re definitely getting an answer, right? They’re not just trying to trick us?
  3. Sometimes you just need some eye candy. There’s no use denying that Tom Ellis is super hot, and after the dumpster fire that is 2020 (and it’s not even over!), I feel like we can all use some good, clean(ish), innocent fun like ogling a hot man from the comfort of our couches. I don’t think that’s too much to ask!
  4. What are you waiting for? Seriously, it’s the weekend. Grab some snacks and the beverage of your choice (I’m a Doritos and Diet Coke girl myself), get on some comfy clothes (if you ever got out of them, that is), and head to your couch to devour the first half of Lucifer Season 5. It will be time well spent!
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