In a brand-new panel dialogue, Lucifer showrunners Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson admit they’ve been eager to do a musical episode for years, and are overjoyed to lastly make that dream a actuality.
“It’s been a gradual burn,” stated Modrovich (through EW). “In my coronary heart, it started to blossom after the Vegas episode [in season 2], when Tom and Aimee did ‘Luck Be a Girl.’ I bear in mind coming into rehearsal for that and crying as a result of it was such a dream come true and it was so thrilling to me. If there’s any present you might do a musical on, it’s this one.”
Nobody will spill the beans on why Lucifer and the gang are performing this manner in ‘Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam’, however Henderson assures us there’s a strong motive for all of the performances they’ve obtained lined up for us.
“To me, in these musical episodes you’ve obtained to have the story-based motive that everybody breaks into music,” he stated. “Our present has folks breaking into music on a regular basis, but it surely’s as a result of they’re at Lux or causes like that. So, one of many challenges was, ‘What factor might we introduce that’s natural to our story that enables all of our solid to burst into music?’ And after we discovered that… that’s when it got here collectively.”
Netflix hasn’t but set a launch date for the again half of Season 5, however the solid are attributable to full work on the ultimate episode this month, and the sixth and remaining season is about to start out filming straight after that.