Lucifer season 5, part 2: a first extract of the musical episode unveiled

Lucifer season 5, part 2: a first extract of the musical episode unveiled

Lucifer season 5, part 2: a first extract of the musical episode unveiled

Lucifer season 5, part 2: a first extract of the musical episode unveiled No, we still do not know the release date of part 2 of season 5 of Lucifer on Netflix but one thing is certain: it will be rhythmic. Yes, if you did not know it yet, the series with Tom Ellis and Lauren German has a musical episode in store for us, the very first extract of which was unveiled this weekend during the DC FanDome event. Will Lucifer do better than Riverdale?

On August 21, Netflix put online the first 8 episodes of season 5 of Lucifer, after more than a year of waiting. If, like us, you devoured part 1, you are surely eager to discover part 2. Patience, it will not happen right away since the finale is not yet completely finished but the producers have given a small gift to those who followed the panel dedicated to the series during the DC FanDome this Saturday, September 12.

A first extract from the musical episode of Lucifer

Exclusively for viewers of the event, Netflix has unveiled the very first preview clip of the musical episode of Lucifer which, of course, made its way online shortly after being shown at the virtual event. If Lucifer has pushed the song several times in the series (it is indeed Tom Ellis who sings), the entire cast will give voice in this special episode. In the video, we can see the team singing Queen's cult song, Another One Bites the Dust :

An episode that took a long time to arrive before our eyes, as Joe Henderson, co-showrunner confided. According to him, this idea was in preparation … since season 2! ” For me, the musical episodes must have a reason in the story why the characters start singing. (…) One of the challenges was knowing what element we could introduce. which would be organic for our story and which could allow the actors to start singing. We have found “he specifies. During the DC FanDome, the producers also confirmed that the sixth season which will be the last will have only 10 episodes compared to 16 for season 5.

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