Lucifer Season 5: Showrunner teases major Trixie storyline beyond the fifth season.
The fans of Lucifer will welcome Trixie Espinoza back to the screens when the fifth season premieres on Netflix in August. However, it looks like there could be some big things coming her way beyond the upcoming season if a huge clue from the showrunner Joe Henderson is anything to go by.
Lucifer Season 5 Updates
The fans of the show have been treated to good news after good news recently when not only was the season five release date was announced but the streaming service Netflix had renewed the series for the sixth and the final season. This means that the devil and all the people around him will be back sooner or later once again. One character fans will be happy to see more of is Trixie and it looks like plenty of some action could be heading the youngster’s way.
Lucifer Season 5: Showrunner teases major Trixie storyline
Trixie has been a mainstay in the show’s universe ever since the series pilot aired on Fox. The daughter of Chloe and detective Dan, Trixie’s confident and bubbly demeanour has endeared her to the fans for some years now. The new season looks like it will bring plenty of drama to the youngster as showrunner explains.
Speaking of the assignment, showrunner Henderson was asked whether Lucifer would address Trixie growing up considering the time it takes between filming. Henderson then replied that What’s nice is, that they have always let a little bit of a sliding timeline.
With the show runner’s words coming before the series was renewed for its sixth instalment, it looks like the fifth season could be setting up a huge plot for Trixie beyond it. what exact drama will find its way into the youngster’s life, however, remains to be seen.
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