‘Lucifer’ Season 5 Spoilers: Episodes 3 & 5 Storylines Revealed

It seems that when “Lucifer” is back for Season 5, part 1, on August 21, 2020, die-hard LuciFans will be treated to an emotional epiphany, with a very strong and tearful conclusion, in the fifth episode – “Detective Amenadiel.”

The episode is said to have the perfect mix of “all kinds of emotions from a variety of characters” on the show, making the most emotional episode of the season.

And in the third episode of the first part of the Season 5 – “Diablo,” “Lucifer” will be dealing with a murder on the sets of a Warner Bros TV show about a “devilish hunk and his police detective paramour,” while being more on the humor side, according to TVLine.

As per the reports, when the show premieres, the audience will see Lucifer using all his detective skills to solve a mystery in “Hell,” while simultaneously helping Chloe with her case on the Earth, in the very first episode – “Really Sad Devil Guy.”

[Related: Lucifer Season 5 Spoilers: Supernatural’s God Coming To Meet Devil?]

Earlier last month, Netflix released images from the episode 4 “It Never Ends Well for the Chicken,” which will be a noir-themed episode, exploring Lucifer’s life in Los Angeles in the 1940s.

The upcoming season is one of the highly anticipated premieres of 2021, thanks to the big Michael, the evil twin brother of Lucifer, twist revealed in the official trailer of “Lucifer” Season 5. Michael’s visit to earth, and his proclamation of wanting to take over Lucifer’s life, has left fans going crazy with several theories.

[Related: Lucifer Season 6: Amenadiel Confirms Return; To Direct An Episode]

Part 1 of Season 5 will also see the entry of Lucifer’s father – The Almighty, God, portrayed by “24” vet Dennis Haysbert, and also Pete Daily, a L. A. reporter, to be played by Alex Koch. Pete Daily will be the new love interest of Ella Lopez, and is described as a “male version of Ella.”

“Lucifer” Season 5A, featuring 8 episodes, will premiere worldwide on August 21, 2020, in Netflix.

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