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Lucifer season five, part two will premiere on Friday, May 28 on Netflix worldwide. Fans have been waiting more than six months for the remaining eight episodes to arrive following God’s (played by Dennis Haysbert) arrival in the part one finale. Will Lucifer (Tom Ellis), God and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) make amends? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
Will Lucifer, God and Amenaidel make amends?
After five seasons of waiting, Lucifer’s father has finally paid a visit to Earth.
His two sons, Amenadiel and Lucifer have been living on Earth abandoning their positions in heaven and hell respectively.
They have also been joined by Mazikeen, a demon from hell who has joined Lucifer on Earth.
Speaking with John Siuntres on the World Balloon YouTube Channel, Lucifer co-showrunner Joe Henderson teased there will be “a lot of ” to come between the father and sons.
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He shared: “Let’s just say that Lucifer and Dad are going to have a lot of conversations about where they’ve been, and that’s the kind of thing they’ll be talking about.”
He added: “The Lucifer-God — and actually the God-Amenadiel stuff — is like, just, it was such a delight to play with and as you’ll see in the trailer, Dennis Haysbert does not lack for moments of emotion of drama and humour.”
For Lucifer, he had always felt abandoned by his father and has expressed his feelings of anger in regards to his father.
God had cast Lucifer out of heaven to rule over hell after he started a rebellion.
Henderson confirmed God and Lucifer will not touch too much on the fact Lucifer killed Uriel, one of God’s sons.
Henderson shared Uriel’s death was something they thought about including in season five, part two but he and the writers ultimately deiced it was not a “huge point” moving forward.
He explained: “It’s more of one of the tragedies in the arc of the family and something that definitely — more colours Lucifer than anyone else.”
On the other hand, Amenadiel is the eldest of God’s angels and was once God’s most loyal follower.
At the end of season five, part one, Amenadiel received the world-shattering news his son, Charlie, was human and not part celestial as he believed.
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For now, it is unknown what God’s arrival on Earth will mean for his sons, but fans suspect Amenadiel could try to bond with his father over the arrival of Charlie.
Henderson recently told Comic Book Resources Amendial’s recent fatherhood will cause him to have a “wildly different” take on God’s return to Earth compared to Lucifer.
He said: “In [part five B], a lot of Amenadiel’s arc is looking at his father from an entirely new perspective, as a fellow father.
“What would he do similarly? Differently? What did he wish his father did for him? And what are the things that, in seeing his own father, he realises he needed to do to him at that time?”
In Lucifer season five, part nine, the father and son duo will sit down with their father for a family dinner.
Just exactly what topics will be on and off the table remains unknown for now but fans can expect it to be one of the best Lucifer scenes to date.
Fans already know God has arrived on Earth to ask Lucifer a question but what exactly God has in store remains unknown.
On New Year’s Eve 2020, fans were treated to a short teaser of what is to come.
The official Lucifer Twitter account posted a fan cam video, recapping what had happened in Lucifer season five so far.
Just as it looked like the 57-second montage was coming to an end, the final five seconds featured a scene from Lucifer season five, episode nine.
The clip ended with God standing behind Lucifer and touching his shoulder, where he says: “I’ve come to ask you something.”
With God’s hand on his shoulder, Lucifer is visibly shaking but whether it is out of rage, fear or sadness remains unknown
Lucifer season five, part two premieres Friday, May 28 on Netflix.
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