Lucifer season 5: How long will the gap be between Part 1 and Part 2?

Lucifer - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
Lucifer - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix /

With the fifth and final season of Lucifer being divided into two parts, fans are wondering how much time we’ll have to wait for each.

We have long been speculating everything about season 5 of Lucifer, but now we have even more to discuss about Lucifer Morningstar’s final chapter.

As you already know, when Kelly Clarkson visited the set of Lucifer, Tom Ellis himself dropped some major news: Season 5 will be split in two parts. That has us all curious about how much time in between we’ll have to wait.

Think about it! Before, we were only waiting to learn about one premiere date, the big season 5 debut. But now, there are two dates we’ll anxiously be waiting for in 2020, the one for Lucifer season 5 Part 1 and the debut for Part 2! How far apart will they be?

Unfortunately, it’s too early to have an official date. Fans don’t even know when Part 1 will be released on Netflix. However, it’s not too difficult to throw out a good prediction. Here are our thoughts…

We’re pretty sure Part 1 will debut spring 2020, matching the time season 4 premiered on the streaming service. As for Part 2, we only need to take a look at how far apart other shows on Netflix, that have been divided into two parts, have premiered and the answer is 3-5 months!

Thankfully, when a show is split into two parts, we don’t have to wait a full year for new episodes, as we regularly would with regular seasons. Instead, new episode air about three to five months after the first part goes live.

This means that Part 1 will likely premiere in spring 2020 (possibly April-May) and be followed by Part 2 as early as August.

The first four seasons of Lucifer are streaming on Netflix. Keep on rewatching all the episodes, Lucifans! Let’s show Netflix how much we love the series.

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