The fourth season of Lucifer will be released on May 8, and the fans are interested in knowing what will happen after the fourth finishes airing. It is easy to understand why the fans would be worried because of the show pretty close to being canceled when Fox decided to cancel it. The fans of the series will be forever grateful to Netflix for stepping in and saving it.
The fourth season of the show will be split into two parts. It will have a mid-season break after episode five. So far there has been no news about the possibility of a fifth season. The chances of another season are good. It’s quite obvious that we will have to wait and see how the fourth season performs.
The first and second seasons of Lucifer aired in 2016. The first season aired at the beginning of the year and the second one aired in September and the supposedly third and final season aired in October 2017. If Netflix does decide to get the show another season, then we should expect it to be released in 2020.
We have a faint idea of who should/would be coming back for the fifth run of Lucifer. Here is the possible cast:
Tom Ellis as the titular character.
Lauren German back as Detective Chloe Decker Kevin Alejandro as Detective Dan Espinoza
DB Woodside as Amenadiel
Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen
Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez
Rachael Harris as Dr Linda Martin
Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza.
Inbar Levi is making her debut in season four as Eve. There are other newcomers which include— Graham McTavish as Father Kinley and Vinessa Vidotto as angel Remiel. The cast will see a few changes by the end of the fourth season as most shows do. It will be interesting to see how the fourth season ends.