Lucifer Season 5 First Look Shows Inbar Lavi Is Back as the First Woman

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BY February 7, 2020

When fans last saw Lucifer on Netflix, the titular Devil played by Tom Ellis sat atop his throne in Hell once more. Despite seeing him on Earth (Eart-666 to be precise) during hour 3 of Crisis on Infinite Earths, we don’t know how or why Lucifer Morningstar will return to the mortal plane for the fifth and final season of the show. The fourth season of Lucifer debuted in early May, so it’s likely that the fifth season will release in a few months. Of course, the final season of Lucifer ended up extended to 16 episodes, so they might even split the final season into two chunks, as Netflix did with their other rescued-from-cancellation series Arrested Development. One thing we do know about Lucifer season 5 is that Inbar Lavi will reprise her role as Eve, according to a First Look from Entertainment Weekly.

Inbar Lavi Will Be in Lucifer Season 5 to Help Give the Devil His Due

Inbar Lavi Eve Lucifer Season 5 First Look via Twitter Image by Netflix via Twitter

In the fourth season, Lavi’s Eve showed up Lucifer’s nightclub having escaped from Heaven. She wanted to really experience life and reconnect with her former Satanic side-piece. After rekindling her relationship with Lucifer, Eve moved on to Lesly-Ann Brandt’s Mazikeen. Finally, at the end of the season, she left all of them behind to go on a journey of self-discovery. So, it only makes sense that Inbar Lavi will be back as Eve for Lucifer Season 5. Both for story reasons and because, as it is the final season, we’ll likely see a lot of returning characters.

Inbar Lavi Eve Lucifer Season 5 Instagram Story Screengrab Image via screengrab

On her Instagram story today, Lavi shared a photo from a table read she attended, though she blurred out details on the script and table placard. So, we don’t know how soon in the series she will return. We also got another bit of casting news last month, as actor Dennis Haysbert will appear final season as an important character. Haysbert will play none other than Dad himself, the Almighty God. Fans of 24 will likely be happy as Haysbert played the president on that series. D.B. Woodside, who plays Amenadiel, also appeared on that show as Haysbert’s brother and another president. The ninth episode of the final season will be titled “Family Dinner,” so it will be very interesting to see who shows up at the table.

Are you excited for this first look at Inbar Lavi returning as Eve and season 5 of Lucifer? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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Joshua M. Patton is a father, veteran, and writer living in Pittsburgh, PA. The first books he read on his own were comics, and he's loved the medium ever since. He is the greatest star-pilot in the galaxy, a cunning warrior, and a good friend. His book "What I Learned: Stories, Essays, and More" is available in print from Amazon and from all electronic booksellers.

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