Not a celestial world, but an earthly one, where family affairs, quarrels and the unspoken seem destined to shape the future. Lucifer, of which Netflix has decided to release on May 28 the second part of its fifth season – 5B, he called it -, was anticipated by a trailer. Which, long enough to be able to give an account of the atmosphere that will be, he resumed where the narration was interrupted: from the relationship, problematic, between Lucifer and the brothers.
Michael, identical twin to the Devil who landed in California, has decided to live his own earthly existence.
And, when the father, God, quietly announces the will to retire, a thought flashes in Michael’s head. It won’t be Lucifer who replaces God, it won’t be the evil one who wins. What follows, in the trailer, is the promise of an epic battle, not the last of those to come. Although Netflix had communicated its intention to conclude Lucifer with the fifth season, the platform has then renewed its original series for a sixth and final chapter.
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