Life God finally makes its appearance in the Netflix series Lucifer By weekster Posted on January 10, 2020 3 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Although Lucifer on earth regularly gets his thunder from his ‘father’, Onze-Lieve-Heer did not physically make his appearance in the Netflix show. But that is now changing! Entertainment Weekly has the scoop as to who comes under the skin of the Almighty. “We were lucky. He was our first choice” According to EW, Dennis Haysbert is adding the cast of the Netflix show for the fifth and final season over the devil. “We had a huge list of suitable actors, and he was at the top of our list,” said Lucifer co-showrunner Joe Henderson. “We were lucky. He was our first choice.” It is not the first time that actor D. B. Woodside, who plays the angel Amenadiel, shines alongside Dennis Haysbert. The two were already seen together as brothers David and Wayne Palmer in the Fox show 24. D. B. Woodside did lend a hand to let his ‘brother’ score the role. “D.B. has come to us and said,” What do you think of Denis? ” And we kind of said, “Do you think he would do it?” And then he said again, “Well, I’ve already talked to him and discussed it.” And that is why we threw the ball in, “said Joe. The reunification with D.B. was one of the biggest reasons for Dennis to say ‘yes’.” I don’t know how I went from brothers to father. We are heavenly. We can do that “, the actor said It is not yet known when the final season of Lucifer will appear at Netflix. We do know that the fifth season does not consist of the regular ten, but sixteen episodes. And to spread that a bit, the makers have chosen to split the season in two. The second half will be placed on “Netflix” after a short break, according to lead actor Tom Ellis.