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Whether you refer to him as the Devil, Satan, or Lucifer, he’s always around. This time he’s in Los Angeles, and he wants to help people this time. His telepathic abilities allow him to reveal people’s deepest desires and thoughts. His meeting with a girl in his nightclub (called Lux) entails a shootout which leads Lucifer to become a consultant of the LAPD. Lucifer Morningstar is charming, charismatic, and able to talk his way into anything. Meanwhile, Lucifer’s brother comes to Earth from time to time to convince him to return to hell. Can the Devil incarnate be tempted toward the side of Good, or will his original calling pull him back toward Evil?

The first episode of Lucifer focuses on Lucifer returning from the underworld and him helping out a pop star. When she’s murdered right in front of him, he uses his special powers to persuade the real person behind the murder. His eagerness to help find out who was behind the murder landed him in a situation with Detective Chloe Decker. A woman  quickly catches his eye mostly because she is always on task and thinks he’s obnoxious. Chloe is on the case while Lucifer continues to come along and help anyway he can. As the episode continues, his attraction for her grows.

Even in the second episode, Lucifer tries to bring his talents to the table. This time, a movie star’s son is killed while being chased by the paparazzi. Chloe isn’t supposed to be taking on cases, but she decides to take a deeper look into it. As they work on the homicide, they find that an over anxious man would create situations so he could get the best in-action picture. Back at the nightclub, Amenadiel (his brother) and Maze keep encouraging Lucifer to come back down to hell.

My favorite episode so far is “The Would-Be Prince of Darkness.” I think there is a lot of plot development in this one. A soon to be quarterback is thought to be a murderer after he calls on Lucifer when he finds a corpse in his pool the morning after a party. Lucifer asks Chloe to help him investigate what all happened, and they get dragged into a bigger story. When they end up talking to the football stars agent, they find out what really happened. Lucifer sees the evil in the agent and literally pushes him out the window, shattering the window pane. This shocks everyone in the room, including Chloe. Due to that event, Chloe now questions a lot things Lucifer does.

One of the main reasons I started watching this show is because there have been new episodes coming out recently. My friend Tyler mentioned the show to me when he just started it. Now, we’re almost done with the season and it’s been getting better every episode. I think this show is a great choice if you’re looking for a crime show with a mix of mystery and plot developing actions. Jump on to Hulu for a free trial or watch the new season on FOX.

 

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  1. Bodie St.Clair on May 7th, 2018 1:18 pm

    I really enjoyed this article. I am not a person that really watches T.V. or Netflix, but this show sounds very interesting, I liked how you went into detail about the plot of the story. Great job Caleb!

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