Lucifer season 5 is now streaming on Netflix.
The first eight episodes of the new season are available to be streamed now, while the remaining eight will be added to the platform at an as yet unknown date in the future.
Season 5 is expected to be huge for the cult favorite series based on the comic book, because the title character (portrayed by Tom Ellis, Rush) has left Los Angeles and gone back to Hell. But what does that mean for his crime-solving partner Chloe Decker (played by German), who also happens to be the woman he loves?
It’s an incredibly fun series, and it’s only gained more of a cult hit status since the show was cancelled by FOX after season 3 and subsequently saved by Netflix.
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In addition to starring German, who played paramedic Leslie Shay in the first two seasons of Chicago Fire before being killed off, the series has previously included guest spots from Chicago Med alums Brian Tee and Louis Herthum.
This new group of episodes includes “Spoiler Alert,” which is directed by Kevin Alejandro in his first turn behind the camera since season 3. Alejandro plays Dan Espinoza, Chloe’s ex-husband and the father of their daughter Trixie (Scarlett Estevez).
The main cast also includes DB Woodside and Rachael Harris (both from Suits), Lesley-Ann Brandt (Spartacus), and Aimee Garcia (Dexter).
But this season will be a great one for Lauren German as it has to answer the principal question of what Chloe will do now that she has admitted her feelings, and furthermore, what happens when the Devil eventually comes back.
If you’re new to the series or need a refresher, click below to watch a recap video of where Lucifer left off—then watch Lucifer season 5 right now exclusively on Netflix.
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