Can you believe that we’re almost set for Lucifer season 5 to get rolling? Everyone’s getting prepared now for filming to begin; it’s happening within the span of a week, and we can only hope that this means some fantastic teases from the cast and crew on set.
So how do you prepare for production as a Lucifer cast member? There are a number of things you have to do. For starters, you have to read the script! We’ve already shared the premiere title of “Really Sad Devil Guy” and it already has the endorsement of star Lauren German. (Check out her message below.) Next week, the cast will gather in order to prepare for the episode further, and get themselves set to actually go in front of the camera. It could be an unusual episode given that a good chunk of the story could feature Lucifer away from the rest of the cast. How else can the story work when he’s in Hell?
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Note that we don’t expect the character to be in Hell forever … but he’s at least going to be there in the early going this time around.
Oh, and we should also mention costume fittings! This is another part of preparing for the season, since you have to do everything within your power to make sure that you’ve got a fantastic end product. If you look below, you can see Aimee Garcia discussing what it’s like being on set for the first wardrobe fitting of the season — something that is especially fun for Ella Lopez when you consider her tendency to wear funny graphic tees. She’s got quite the collection of them! Consider this the best way for producers to have as many options as humanly possible going into a new season.
Note that filming for Lucifer is going to go now well into 2020 — while it may have originally been done this year if Netflix stuck with the ten-episode order, that’s not the case anymore. With sixteen episodes, the first couple of months of the new year will also be focused on production.
What do you want to see when it comes to Lucifer season 5?
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