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Lucifer comes alive for season five
August 21st, 2020 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

Remember when Fox canceled Lucifer, and Netflix saved it. Turns out, that is the best that ever happened to the devilishly good drama. Season four was good on the streaming service, but the first half of season five, that is streaming now, is even better.

When we last saw Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), he left Earth and went back to home to Hell to protect his nephew Charlie, who is half angel/half human. It has been thousands of years for him, and just a blink of an eye for all of the mortals in his life. Therefore, he has probably changed in all of that time for him.

That is why his twin brother, Michael, thinks it is a good time to get revenge on his brothers, Luci and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). Michael, is going to try to ruin everything for Lucifer with the Detective (Lauren German), Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt), and Dan (Kevin Alejandro). He also messes with Amenadiel’s mind when it comes to Charlie. Will Michael succeed in taking them down?

This show is also a police procedural, and crime goes on. In episode three, the Detective has to look into a murder on a show that is based on her and Lucifer. Can you say awkward when the actors want to be just like her? Then, in episode four, they go back to 1946, and we meet Maze’s mom Lillith. In the next episode, the writers had a lot of fun when they poked fun of Katy Perry’s past of trying to buy a monastery in Los Angeles. From Pop music, they go to the world of DJ’s as the Detective has to protect her ex-boyfriend ( the one before Dan), who is a DJ. Someone is out to kill him but who?

All of this leads up to an OMG moment you don’t want to miss. It is even bigger than when the Detective saw Lucifer’s true face for the first time. On that note, someone else is going to see that face for the first time, and it is going to change things between them.

Meanwhile, Ella (Aimee Garcia) finds love, and Maze finds a way to copy her style and attitude. Imagine a happy Maze. It is even odder than you would think. Maze is still dealing with losing her Eve, Adam’s Eve; and Linda (Rachael Harris) is there for her. That is when Linda is not too busy taking care of her special son Charlie.

You can tell that they had lot of fun this season. Esepcially Ellis, who shows off his American accent. Everytime he talks in it, it makes me smile. Not as much as when he sings, but they make up for his lack of singing by giving us a full naked body shot.

Maze goes through a lot of changes this season, and that causes her to grow as a demon. So much so, I really hope Netflix gives her own spinoff, Maze the Bounty Hunter. You know because next season will be its last.

Why does it have to end? However, that is still many episodes away. Spend this weekend, a few others binging and re-binging Lucifer. If you don’t, then the Devil is going to get you.


BTWF: Aimee Garcia in Cadet Kelly
August 21st, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

Before Aimee Garcia was the most relaxed coroner on Lucifer, she was an uptight cadet in Cadet Kelly. She looks the same now as she did when she was 23 in that 2002 telemovie.


Need another reason to watch Lucifer?
June 22nd, 2020 under Lucifer. [ Comments: 1 ]

Lucifer was too hot for broadcast television, so Netflix resurrected it. So far, we have seen him be very good at being very bad for the fourth season of the hot show. Today, we got to find out when we will see more of him (Is there much more left of him for us to see?) for its fifth season.

The season that was promoted as its last one will begin streaming on August 21st. A perfect day because it will be as hot on the outside as it will be inside our homes watching Tom Ellis.

Seriously, if you have never seen the show that is so devilishly good, what are you waiting for? When Lucifer was on Fox, it was one of few shows I had to watch live as it aired. I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next.

When it comes to its sixth season, if Ellis won’t sign on for it, then give Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) her own spinoff. Her character as a bounty hunter really deserves one.


Lucifer had one helluva a ride…
June 6th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

And it ain’t over yet!

Netflix announced today that it picked up Lucifer for a fifth season. That is the good news. The bad news is that it will be its last one. But then again we got two more seasons than we would’ve have gotten had Netflix not resurrected it. Therefore, I am not complaining.

Although, I was not fully in love with the fourth season as much as I was with the first three. I hope for the final season they go back to making the show as devilishly good as it was. Which I think they will now. Now that they have nothing to lose. I am sure they are going to go for it and it will even make the devil proud.

Hopefully, they will not kill everyone off because I want Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) to get her own spinoff. Maze the Bounty Hunter From Hell would most definitely be a hit.


Bummer the Lucifer trailer has him wearing clothes
April 25th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

The first trailer for Lucifer’s fourth season is out now and I don’t need the Devil to disguise himself as a snake to tempt me like he tempted Eve to watch it. On that note, the World’s first woman is joining the series for its first season on Netflix. Which seems very appropriate to me.

Even though there was no nudity or cursing in the trailer, you can tell this season will not be as innocent as it was on Fox. So get the apples ready because you are going to need them when the show starts streaming on May 8th. For energy, yeah, that’s it. That’s the ticket.


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