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Lucifer fans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the next eight episodes of Lucifer season five. At the end of part one, God (played by Dennis Haysbert) made his long-awaited debut on Earth but what does this mean for Lucifer (Tom Ellis)? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
What does God’s arrival mean for Lucifer?
As all hell broke loose on Earth at the end of Lucifer season five, part one, Lucifer received a visit from a man he had not seen in over a thousand years.
Lucifer’s father, God, arrived on Earth to break up the fighting between his sons, Lucifer, Michael, Amenadiel (DB Woodside) and the demon Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt).
As he floated down into the offices of the LAPD, where time had frozen, God simply said: “Children, you know I hate it when you fight.”
A teaser trailer for the upcoming 10 episodes also revealed in the immediate aftermath of his arrival, God will ask Lucifer a question.
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On New Year’s Eve (Thursday, December 31) fans were treated to a short teaser of what is to come in Lucifer season five, part two.
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.
The Lucifam have been worried about how Lucifer, who has always felt abandoned and betrayed by his father, will cope with the surprise arrival.
To make matters worse, Lucifer’s behaviour towards the end of season five, part one raised eyebrows amongst fans.
He had temporarily lost his mojo to Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and was no longer vulnerable around her towards the end of the series but in the finale, managed to reclaim his identity.
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However, these events left fans questions Lucifer’s behaviour and what this means going forward for him and Chloe.
Worse, Chloe confessed to Lucifer she was in love with Lucifer (again) but Amenadial froze time on Earth before Lucifer could respond.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Lucifer co-showrunner Idly Modrovich teased God’s arrival could explain Lucifer’s behaviour.
She said: “If you think about the fact that God shows up, we like to relate it to when we go back home to Thanksgiving; you tend to revert a bit, right?
“And sort of become a child and start acting like what you did when you were younger.
“I think the presence of God could have that effect.
“With Lucifer, it’s always about taking one step forward but two steps back.
“So yeah, he gets in his own way and that’s all I can say about that.
Additionally, Lucifer co-showrunner Joe 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.
Henderson teased: “That’s such a big part of season five, particularly with Amenadiel, who is dealing with all of those issues of fatherhood.
“Dealing with both loving a child but also being afraid for a child, and really positioning him to have a parallel to God, so that Amenadiel and Lucifer could arrive at wildly different perspectives on the arrival of their father.”
Fans will have to wait until Lucifer season five, part two arrives on Netflix to find out what will happen when God returns.
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