Lucifer’s Showrunner Has Apologised For Season 5’s Delay

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Lucifer’s showrunner, Ildy Modrovich has apologised for the huge delay in Season 5 being released on Netflix, but it’s kind of out of her hands.

We’ve all been waiting for Lucifer Season 5’s release date with bated breath.

However, there’s been radio silence from Netflix and everyone involved in the show as to when it’ll land on the streaming platform.

It was originally rumoured that the first part of Season 5 would be landing sometime in May.

However, May came and went and no Lucifer Season 5 Part 1.

Well, we’ve finally had some sort of confirmation that it will be coming out soon

Lucifer’s showrunner, Ildy Modrovich took to Twitter to offer an apology to the fans who’ve been patiently waiting.

Lucifer Season 5’s release date has been pushed back

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Here’s what she said about the delay on Twitter:

I know! Feel free to be annoyed. I thought it’d be sooner than it’s been. Oof.

However, she did then go on to claim that there are more important things going on in the world than Lucifer Season 5.

This is of course true. Here’s what she said on the matter:

This is true. So many more important things need the world’s attention. Need OUR attention. #whichiswhyicantsleeprn

Hopefully, it won’t be too long before the first part of Season 5 is with us.

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