Tricia Helfer will be back in “Lucifer” season 5 on Netflix but she will not be playing Charlotte Richards. Instead, numerous reports stated that she will be playing her character’s real identity, the Goddess of Creation, Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mother.
“Lucifer” has finally started filming its fifth and final season for Netflix. The cast photo shared on social media confirmed that work on the show has started featuring Tom Ellis (Lucifer), Lauren German (Chloe), Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen), D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel), Kevin Alejandro (Dan), Rachael Harris (Linda) and Aimee Garcia (Ella), as well as showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich.
Netflix has renewed “Lucifer” for the fifth season. The supernatural drama series starring Tom Ellis as the Devil is expected to wrap up in 2020.
It may seem like all is well with Chloe (played by Lauren German) and Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis when “Lucifer” season 4 returns on Netflix. As it turns out, however, Chloe may be plotting to send Lucifer back to hell, where he should have been all along.
Lucifer season 4 almost didn’t happen since FOX canceled the show in 2018. A campaign to #SaveLucifer hit the internet after the sad news and Netflix stepped a few weeks later to give the series a new home.
Since the introduction and revelation that Lt. Marcus Pierce is actually Cain (Tom Welling) on “Lucifer” season 3, the appearance of Cain’s brother, Abel has become a possibility. Now, the FOX series has confirmed it found the actor who will play the Biblical brother, and she’s actually a woman.
“Lucifer” won’t be banished to hell anytime soon. Fox has renewed the series for another 22 episodes for Season 3. The show starring Tom Ellis is currently on a hiatus for its second season run but it will return to television to finish the rest of the season on May 1.