Screenrant | 'Lucifcer: Series Premiere' Review


Torturing condemned souls for the rest of eternity might sound like fun, but as with all things you can only do it for so long before it starts to become a bit monotonous. After putting in a good few years as the King of Hell, Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) relinquishes his throne and heads to Los Angeles to open a night club and start enjoying his retirement. There the similarities between Fox’s latest variation on the crime-procedural-with-quirky-c onsulting-detective formula, Lucifer, and its comic book source material pretty much end. In the pilot episode, the devilishly charming fallen angel faces unexpected heartache when a mortal woman whom he helped to achieve fame and fortune dies in a hail of bullets, and with the help of cop Chloe Dancer (Lauren German) sets out to find a killer.

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StarWarsFan1124d ago

This is a cool show. It's better than the promos made it seem. I just don't know if Lucifer having feelings and all felt right. I still don't get why he was trying to find that woman's killer. Like I understand his curiosity around why his powers don't work on the detective, but his connection to the case was a bit week.