Netflix has revealed when fans can expect new episodes of 'Lucifer'.
For those unfamiliar with the show, the series sees Tom Ellis play Lucifer Morningstar (namely the Devil).
After abandoning Hell for Los Angeles, he runs a club called LUX and becomes a consultant to the LAPD.
'Lucifer' is sexy, completely bonkers, and never takes itself too seriously.
Netflix saved 'Lucifer' for two more seasons after it got the axe at Fox.
Following the popularity of its fifth season, which was meant to be the last, it got a sixth.
Season 5 got split into two parts, the first half of which was released last August.
The second half of season 5 (aka 5B) will arrive on Netflix on May 28th.
The pause was a result of the pandemic, which delayed production.
After the postponement, 'Lucifer' started cameras rolling again in September.
They filmed the 16th and final episode of season 5 then moves straight into production on the sixth and final season, which consists of ten episodes.
When we last saw Lucifer and the gang, he and his angel brother Amenadiel (DB Woodside) were fighting against their other sibling Michael (also played by Ellis) and demon Maze (Lesley Ann-Brandt).
The brawl came to an abrupt end when God (Dennis Haysbert) shows up and chastises his children for quarrelling.
Woodside told TV Line re the opening moments of season 5B: "When God (played by Dennis Haysbert) comes, a lot of chaos is going to follow.
"We pick up literally two seconds from where we ended, and Amenadiel is absolutely humiliated that God saw him behaving the way that he was with his brothers because as the oldest, he’s really supposed to be the one that sets the example — and he was not doing that!"
Guest for season 5B include Rob Benedict, 'Friday Night Lights' alum Scott Porter, Merrin Dungey ('Alias') and Brianna Hildebrand ('Deadpool').
You can watch seasons 4 and 5A on Netflix now.