Lucifer (Season 5)
What happens when the Lord of Hell gets bored and unhappy? He moves to live in Los Angeles. Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) lives the life of a total bachelor with his assistant devil Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt). Lucifer is a proud owner of his bar Lux. Living the life of a rich and single man in LA everything looks perfect until one night takes an unexpected turn. There has been a murder in Lux, and a new and unexpected girl enters Lucifer’s life. He works with Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) a strong detective with a daughter named Trixie (Scarlett Estevez) as a civilian consultant, and sometimes even works with Chloe’s ex-husband detective Dan (Kevin Alejandro). As Lucifer is working with detective Decker, he discovers more about human life and starts a path to understand people. Over time, he starts to experience human feelings and needs help from his new psychologist Dr. Linda Martin (Racheal Harris) to understand the feelings he is having. As you might think, leaving hell unattended brings some more trouble to LA. That’s why Lucifer’s Dad sends his brother Amenadiel (D.B Woodside) to try to bring Lucifer back to Hell. Later in the show, more members of Lucifer’s family come to LA and it seems like they have no plans on leaving. Lucifer’s relationship with Chloe may or may not turn into something more than just work-related. Due to a series of events that Lucifer is unaware of, Chloe is vulnerable to Lucifer’s tricks and charm. What will happen next with Lucifer and Chloe? That’s the question on viewers’ minds, and it’s diving excellent Attention to the show. Lucifer scores a 168.8 on the TVision Attention Index. It seems that Americans are enjoying watching this show together, as it boasts a 52% Co-Viewing rate.
Fox Productions, Warner Bros. Television, Aggressive Mediocrity, DC Entertainment, Jerry Bruckheimer Television
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