Lucifer season 5 premiere episode title revealed

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The Lucifer season 5 premiere episode title has been revealed, and it’s called “Really Sad Devil Guy.” What does it all mean for the final season of the Netflix original series?

We’re starting to learn more and more about Lucifer season 5 every day! Recently, the Lucifer season 5 premiere episode title was revealed on Twitter, and it’s called “Really Sad Devil Guy.”

The official Twitter account for the Lucifer Writers posted an image of the production script with the title for the reveal. The episode was written by Jason Ning and directed by Eagle Ellison, according to the script.

Showrunner Ildy Modrovich shared that the four words of the title of the season 5 premiere started with letters “R, S, D, G,” and fans started guessing the title on social media, according to a report from TV Line.

Fans know that the episode titles are always a portion of a line of dialogue from the show, and that’s why it makes the “Really Sad Devil Guy” a little shocking. We don’t know who says it yet, and I don’t think we’ll know until the season 5 premiere. I’m guessing it’s Lucifer feeling a little bad for himself, but that’s just my guess!

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Later, the Lucifer Writers revealed the official title. It does not appear that any fans actually guessed the title correctly, although some were close.

Check out the script below!

In the buildup to the release of season 4, the episode titles for each of the episodes of season 4 were teased on social media. We’re expecting the same thing to happen with season 5. Stay tuned for more Lucifer season 5 episode titles.

At this point, we still don’t know much about season 5. Originally, Netflix ordered 10 episodes for the final season of the hit series, and then, they ordered six more episodes. That brings the episode total for the final season to 16 episodes.

We don’t know if Netflix plans to release all 16 episodes at one time or if they will split the episodes into two eight-episode parts. If they did release all 16 episodes at once, it would be the biggest season Netflix has ever released at one time. Because of this, I’m assuming they’ll split the season into two parts with Part 1 coming in the spring or summer of 2020 and the rest of the final coming at the end of the year or in the spring of 2021.

We’ll let you know more about Lucifer season 5 when we find out! Stay tuned for more news about the final season of the Netflix original series.

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