‘Lucifer’ and his new season 4 lewks for Netflix
Lucifer season 4 has come and gone, but he still lives on in our devilish little hearts. So we look back to our stomach butterflies and excitement leading up to the penultimate season of the Netflix show.
It’s nearly time for more Lucifer, and we could not be more excited. Here’s a sneak peak for you, Lufican, about the hot devil’s lewks we’re expecting this season.
Following an outcry from fans so loud you could hear it from the seventh ring of hell, last August Netflix picked up fantasy police procedural Lucifer for a fourth season, premiering Wednesday, May 8th.
Swooping in like a guardian angel, the streamer saved the show from a fate worse than death after Fox axed Lucifer in what can only be described as a baffling strategy for its 2018-2019 schedule, having cut Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Ghosted from its slate earlier in the year as well.
Reeling from the aftermath of Chloe seeing his devil face, Lucifer faces a new challenge: Eve, the original sinner herself, is back. Does she want revenge for when he tempted her out of Eden oh so many years ago . . . or something else entirely?
Prepare to join our favorite fallen angel in a sticky situation, torn between two angry broads. On the one hand he’s got a lot of damage control to do regarding Chloe’s discovery, but another monkey wrench in the works awaits as Eve (Inbar Lavi) has fallen back into his life and he has to work out just why she’s so mad at him (original sin, perhaps). Things sure look complicated for the old devil.
EW had a chance to chat to Tom Ellis last year and he had some pretty fiery thoughts on what Lucifans are about to see. “This is without a doubt our strongest season . . . for many reasons . . . . This season we’ve never really dealt with before because there was always this conceit that no one believes Lucifer is the devil. But now that is common knowledge amongst some of our major characters.”
But the biggest and no doubt most exciting news for the adoring Lucifans out there is that the show movie over to Netflix means there are less restrictions. Which means yes – there could be nudity. We’ve already got a glimpse of it thanks to the wonderful Ellis-worshipping preview that just dropped.
“Obviously, there are certain different boundaries that we can play within now. I think Joe Henderson, our showrunner, has been adamant that he wants to have my bum on screen for three seasons and now we can finally do that,” said Ellis.
And if the thought of an Ellis-shaped moon spread across your laptop screen doesn’t make you squeal with glee, we don’t know what will.