Each new episode of Lucifer is always set to bring the humor, but this one tugged at the heartstrings a bit. In “Wingman,” Lucifer was focused on getting back his wings. They are far too powerful to leave in the hands of humans. Mazikeen is having fun because she gets
It’s finally here. In “Favorite Son,” Lucifer has his first case as an official consultant for the police. Little did he know this case would become more personal than he anticipated. He seemed very bored by the case until realizing that the missing shipping container was his own. He tries
This week, Lucifer is trying to explore his mortality in “Sweet Kicks.” Much to Mazikeen’s dismay, Lucifer is thrilled by his newfound vulnerability. She tries to keep him away from sharp objects, but Lucifer is excited that things can hurt him. She asks the question on all of our minds,
Lucifer is completely out of sorts this week in “Manly Whatnots.” This week, he can finally use his connections for good. Chloe can’t seem to get away from Lucifer, and this episode she gets out of the shower to find Lucifer cooking breakfast in her kitchen. She’s extremely annoyed that
Lucifer continued his quest for justice in “The Would-Be Prince of Darkness.” Not only does Lucifer get to work on another case with Detective Chloe Decker, but he also finds out that he’s been a victim of identity theft. Clearly, this person picked the wrong identity to steal. Lucifer continues
Lucifer is starting to find meaning to his existence among the humans in “Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil.” If you watched the Pilot, you may already be succumbing to Tom Ellis’s charms as Lucifer. He’s witty and funny and still full of darkness. This week, he helps an injured Chloe catch
The Devil takes a vacation in the “Pilot” of Fox’s new drama, Lucifer. I have to be honest. I was not expecting to really like this show. With the TV slate bloated with so many comic book shows, I was worried that Lucifer would just get lost in the shuffle.