TV show, Lucifer is coming back to Netflix with its fifth and last season and fans can’t wait for the drama to hit their screens. Fingers are cross for an amazing journey with Lucifer. One of the actors in the show, Kevin Alejandro, who beautifully plays the role of Danny Espinosa has talked about what the viewers of the fantasy-crime drama should expect from the final episodes to come.
The story is about the Devil (Miranda’s Tom Ellis) – how he left Hell to settle down in Los Angeles to help solve crimes. Lucifer originally aired on Fox in U.S.A.
Lucifer: Star, Kevin Alejandro Teases Fans On What To Expect From The Upcoming Season
In a chat with Digital Spy, Alejandro gave viewers a glimpse of what they will see when the show starts streaming on the streaming service. ‘I believe this will be the ending we all fought to see,’ he said. ‘I feel the way our show is unfolding is exactly what we needed. ‘It’s been an incredible journey, so sit back, relax, and let yourself get lost in our final journey through Los Angeles with everyone’s favorite devil.’
Lucifer: We absolutely can’t wait for this.
This will be the last season of the much-talked-about show, but it coming to an end has not stopped it from being named 2019’s most streamed show despite the tough competition. Forbes say that Lucifer topped a poll that measured the most streamed TV shows on the internet this year, 2019.
The fantasy-crime show beat down big shows like Stranger Things, Season 3 and 13 Reasons Why. Stranger things broke the internet the moment it hit the screen. The same pole also showed that despite so much efforts from its rival, Netflix managed to remain the King of streaming, beating its rivals, Disney + and Amazon Prime. Netflix shows filled 19 out of the 20 spots.
The TV show will be split in two parts, giving the fans of the show the sixth series they demanded for. The main star of the show, Tom Ellis told Kelly Clarkson that the fifth season, which is still in production will come in two parts. Tom said: ‘Netflix is going to drop eight episodes, and then there’s going to be a little break, and then they’re going to drop another eight episodes.’ You can stream Lucifer seasons 1-3 now via Amazon Prime Video, and UK viewers can stream season 4 on Netflix.