“Lucifer” Season 5 will begin at a familiar place for the Devil (Tom Ellis), which is in Hell. A new still from the TV series has been released online that shows Morningstar getting an unexpected visit.

The following article contains “Lucifer” Season 5 spoilers and details about the events in the episodes that have already aired.

The previous season ended with Morningstar making the sacrifice by going back to Hell. The decision came just after Chloe Decker (Lauren German) confessed her love for him. The next season will pickup from there, with the Devil back in Hell to rule.

Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) previously got the opportunity to rule Hell in his brother’s place, but he quickly realized that he is not suited for the job. However, in the next season, events on Earth will force him to go down to Hell to seek Morningstar’s help.

A still from the next season posted on Entertainment Weekly shows Amenadiel entering Hell in a suit. Woodside teased that his character “definitely goes to Hell” in “Lucifer” Season 5. “There’s something going on, on Earth that Amenadiel is not able to handle by himself,” the actor explained.

The “stakes must be extremely high” for Amenadiel to visit Hell, Woodside teased. He said that his character would need an “otherworldly reason” for the trip, and that means something “very, very bad” happened on Earth. That reason may have something to do with his son.

What will Amenadiel do on Earth? According to Woodside, he may be running Morningstar’s nightclub. That would also explain why he will be dressed in a nice suit.

The next season will be the last for the show. Ellis previously revealed on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” that there will be eight episodes that will be released at first, and the remaining eight episodes will be released after a break.

Among the things to look forward to in “Lucifer” Season 5 is a musical noir episode that will be set in the 1940s, ET Online reported. The show is set to premiere sometime in 2020.

"Lucifer" Season 5 may come with a music album full of songs by Tom Ellis. Lucifer/Facebook