Final Season of Netflix's Lucifer to Consist of 10 Episodes

The writers for the series are set to return to the office in early July.

By Michelle Kaotic

It has only been a couple of months since fans were binge-watching the fourth season of Lucifer on Netflix, but writing for the fifth and final season is set to begin early next month. We previously learned a couple weeks ago that the streaming platform had renewed the series for one more batch of episodes, which will conclude the story for good.

Earlier today, writer and showrunner Ildy Modrovich delighted followers when she answered a few questions from fans on her Twitter account, including one in which she confirmed that this final season will consist of ten episodes. In another tweet, she announced that writing will commence once they return to the office early next month.

The streaming platform picked up the fallen series when Fox dropped it from its network following the Season 3 finale. Thanks largely to its loyal fanbase, the series was resurrected and ten new episodes aired back in May on the show's new home, Netflix.

With the help of some fresh, new faces as well as the familiar chemistry between the cast that fans adore, the return of Lucifer was a success, so much so that shortly after the season’s release, both cast and fans were delighted to hear Netflix had renewed it for one more round of episodes. Unfortunately, this will be the end of the devilish series.

Despite that, hopeful fans are already pushing for a Season 6. Since they saved the series once, why not try their luck again? By all accounts, however, it looks like these ten episodes will be the last.

If writers are going to answer the fans pleas to reunite Chloe and Lucifer, one can only wonder, will it bring Lucifer back to Earth, or Chloe to Hell? Stay tuned!

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Michelle Kaotic

Growing up in Northern Ontario, Canada, I still remember that first time watching The Exorcist as a kid. While others looked away, I took in every pea green puke and head-spinning moment that I could. Since then, horror and music have become passionate hobbies in my life. Although new to the convention scene, I’ve been collecting both horror and music items for over two decades. Two moments that make these hobbies worthwhile were coming face to face with Freddy Krueger himself, the legendary Robert Englund, and shaking hands with guitar icon Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. I started Kaotic Notes back in 2015 to house the numerous reviews, interviews, photos, and videos that I had done, and continue to do so to this day. It’s only rock and roll with a touch of blood and gore. What can go wrong?!

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