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Lucifer Season 5 is Out on Netflix- Story, Cast, Review, Know Everything Here!

After a blockbuster season 4 of Lucifer, here it comes back again with a bang! Season 5 released on 21 August is already stealing the show and the headlines.

After the big success of season 4, fans were waiting for season 5 to come out and had very high expectations from it.

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Now as the season 5 is out, people are looking forward to knowing the story and review but we recommend that you should not waste any more time and just go and see it!!

The series 5 is directed by Eagle Egilsson, Sherwin Shilati, Claudia Yarmy, Viet Nguyen, Sam Hill, Richard Speight Jr., Nathan Hope, Kevin Alejandro. The season contains 8 episodes of about an hour each.

The cast of the season 5

The cast of season 5 – the double role of Lucifer Morningstar and Michael (Twin brothers) is again taken by Tom Ellis who never fails to turn the table around and make the show a big hit.

Other cast members include Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, D. B. Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris.

Story of Season 5

In season 5, Lucifer is forced to return from hell after his twin brother, Michael messes up the situation and causes chaos on the earth.

The rest of the story revolves around how Michael will be stopped from creating further chaos while Lucifer will also solve the mystery of the murder cases.

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A short Review

The first episode is marked by the introduction of Michael who appears to be a better and kinder version of Lucifer but the reality is wholly different.

The second episode reveals the contrast side of Michael which is a depressed soul and forms a negative impression on the mind of viewers.

The third episode follows the return of the devil back on the show. The series starts getting interesting from this point when Lucifer starts investigating murder cases.

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The fourth episode is a crucial part of the story set in olden times. Lucifer starts coming into his actual form but there’s a lapse in it- The episode is little slow and at some points, it gets boring to see the episode running on a tortoise speed.

Episode five, six and seven wholeheartedly revolves around what happens between Chloe and Lucifer which is adorable to watch.

The rest of the episodes follow the theme of solving mystery cases, handling Michael but mainly it focuses on the love story of Lucifer and Detective Chloe.

You can watch the review here-