Lucifer season 5 spoilers: ‘Going to make it count’ Boss drops series finale bombshell

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Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis) had a busy fourth season on Netflix last month.

The final scenes of the hellish show saw Lucifer jumping back to hell after some pesky demons attempted to take over the world.

With the Lord of Hell’s fate left ambiguous, fans weren’t sure if they were going to get another season following the devil.

However shortly after the show dropped its fourth season, it was announced a fifth would be coming to Netflix – and it would be the show’s last ever offering.

Recently Lucifer showrunner Ildy Modrovich has been posting replies to fans on Twitter, discussing the upcoming fifth run.

And one recent tweet got her talking about how many episodes fans can expect from the devil’s last outing.

Ildy was asked: “Ildy! Do you have any idea how many episodes would #LuciferSeason5 have? We’re very curious! Do please tell us!”

To which Ildy announced: “It’s 10… And we’re going to make every minute count!! #Lucifer #LuciferSeason5.”

Seasons one-to-three contained 22 episodes each as Lucifer originally aired on Fox, but has since worked off of the 10-episode run featured prominently by Netflix.

Therefore it is no surprise season five is also looking at ten episodes for the last season of the show.

Recently Amenadiel star DB Woodside spoke out about the show’s cancellation, and how he feels about finishing the story.

Speaking at Oz Comic Con, DB confessed: “I think if we were really being honest, I think we felt like we had six seasons.

“But it’s only one season shorter than what we were thinking anyway, and every good thing comes to an end.

“There’s never a perfect time to end a show. We didn’t want to be one of those shows people love, that you slowly see kind of dying.

“As bittersweet as it is, we get to leave the show on such a high.”

After his comments were picked up by a number of fans, he tweeted to clarify his meaning, adding: “Hey… just to clarify, this was MY opinion.

“A Network/Studio can end a series when they want. That’s the way it goes.

“@netflix has been absolutely INCREDIBLE to us guys. INCREDIBLE! YOU saved us, THEY saved us and now we have a chance to go out on a high! Please be positive.”

A release date for Lucifer season five has not yet been announces. 

Lucifer season 4 is available to stream on Netflix now and season five is expected to start production this year.

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