Lucifer Season 5 is an upcoming American web series. This series is the fifth installment by director Tom Kapinos "Lucifer", developed by Tom Kapinos. Netflix's most anticipated and beloved web series, Lucifer, season 5. Maker released the Netflix Season 5 Lucifer web series trailer. Netflix has renewed the series for the fifth season of 16 episodes, the first half of which was released on August 21, 2020. Although the fifth season was initially reported to be the last, in June 2020 the series was renewed for the sixth and final season.
After a long wait, Netflix's creators of Lucifer finally released the trailer for the fifth season. The trailer was released later yesterday and fans have been talking about it ever since. The latest trailer for Lucifer 5 features fans of Lucifer's twin brother.
The official Twitter handle of Lucifer shared the trailer and captioned it as, "We know all your desires, and this season, they're going to be fulfilled. stream #lucifer season 5 part 1 august 21 on @netflix (sic) ."
At the beginning of the trailer, Lucifer is seen returning to hell. However, after a while, it returns. While fans think that it is Lucifer who returned, but in reality, it is Lucifer's twin brother, Michael. He hides that he is Michael and introduces himself as 'Lucifer 2.0'.
When Maze (Leslie-Ann Brandt) asks how he can get home without her, he reveals the truth. He tells her that he is not Lucifer. Maziken remembers how Lucifer told him about a twin brother. It is then revealed that Lucifer's brother Michael has entered to take over her brother's life.
Lucifer Season 5 is a supernatural detective Netflix web series and this web series story revolves around Lucifer Morningstar, he the lord of hell who relocates to Los Angeles after he is bored of being the devil. He helps Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) in solving homicide cases.