Lucifer American TV Series

Based on characters created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg, this series follows Lucifer, the original fallen angel, who has become dissatisfied with his life in hell. After abandoning his throne and retiring to Los Angeles, Lucifer indulges in his favorite things (women, wine and song) — until a murder takes place outside of his upscale nightclub. For the first time in billions of years, the murder awakens something unfamiliar in Lucifier’s soul that is eerily similar to compassion and sympathy. Lucifer is faced with another surprise when he meets an intriguing homicide detective named Chloe, who appears to possess an inherent goodness — unlike the worst of humanity, to which he is accustomed. Suddenly, Lucifer starts to wonder if there is hope for his soul.

 Lucifer Morningstar (formerly known as Samael, the Lightbringer) is one of the older angels and formerly the infamous ruler of Hell. He is commonly known as the Devil or Satan by humans. Lucifer voluntarily left this position to become a nightclub owner in Los Angeles, operating an establishment called Lux. His closest friend and ally is the demon Maze. Lucifer started working alongside LAPD homicide detective Chloe Decker when he witnessed the murder of a close acquaintance of his. This position gives him an outlet to punish sinners.


  • Chloe Decker: Possible due to Chloe’s parents being blessed by Amenadiel on God’s orders, Chloe is insensitive to Lucifer’s power and charm. She is also able to render Lucifer powerless and defenseless against all means of harming, as seen when he bled after cutting himself in her vicinity. Initially, she was only immune to Lucifer’s charm and had no effect on Lucifer’s invulnerability as seen in “Pilot” when Lucifer was shot multiple times in her presence.
  • Demonic Blades Forged in Hell: While it is most likely not possible to kill him with demon weapons, Lucifer did confirm that they can “prick” him in “#TeamLucifer”.
  • Other Angels: It is first shown in “Wingman”, as Amenadiel was able to physically harm Lucifer, even though he was far out of reach of Chloe. This was later verified to be the case in “#TeamLucifer”, as Lucifer stated that angels can in fact harm other angels.
  • Gods: As mentioned by Lucifer’s mother, God is capable of destroying him. Originally, Charlotte was capable of annihilating Lucifer, too. However, with her powers severely reduced, she cannot accomplish such a feat.
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On Relationship Between Lucifer And Chloe

The relationship between Lucifer Morningstar  and Chloe Decker  If you haven’t been watching the series, it has taken some interesting twists and turns and looks like it will be keeping that going when the show returns in May.


Chloe Decker

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Lucifer and Chloe are friends and coworkers. Lucifer is confused and curious as to how she can resist his temptations and why he is vulnerable in her presence. Chloe finds him odd, but she admits to him that she likes working with him. While working together, they grow closer and develop a close friendship. Lucifer is shown to be attracted to Chloe and openly reveals his wishes to sleep with her, but Chloe constantly rejects his advances. Recently, Lucifer and Chloe have finally come to realize their strong romantic feelings for each other.


Lucifer and Amenadiel are brothers and are slightly antagonistic with each other. However, through the series, they learn to work together.


Maze is Lucifer’s right hand and close friend. She is the one who cut his wings off and protects him. Lucifer feels betrayed by her when he finds out that she told Amenadiel information about him. They later overcome the situation and are now back to being friends.

Dan Espinoza

Lucifer dislikes Dan, who he refers to as “Detective Douche”. Dan disapproves of Lucifer, objecting to his relationship with Chloe and Trixie. Lucifer gets jealous when Dan reconciles with Chloe and tried to get Linda to make them separate again. Despite the mutual enmity, Dan trusts Lucifer to protect Chloe.

Trixie Espinoza

Lucifer claims to hate children and does not know how to interact with them. However, Trixie likes Lucifer and always gets excited to see him – running to him and hugging him.

Linda Martin

Linda is Lucifer’s therapist, who he pays with sex. He becomes close to her as she tries to help him with his problems, though she believes he speaks in metaphors when he claims to be the Devil and that his father is God. Eventually, she puts a stop to their sexual relationship while continuing to be his therapist. Tired of Lucifer’s ‘metaphors’, she asks Lucifer to tell her the truth. Once Lucifer reveals his true face, Linda becomes frightened by him. Later Mazikeen talks some sense into Linda, and she realizes that knowing the truth doesn’t change who Lucifer is. Linda becomes less scared of Lucifer but is then overwhelmed with curiosity about his history as a biblical figure. It takes a bit of time before she is able to resume a more professional approach to dealing with Lucifer once he reminds her that he is just like any other one of her patients with a need for her expertise.

Charlotte Richards

Charlotte is Lucifer’s mother. Lucifer shows fear when he finds out she escaped Hell. Lucifer distrusts his mother and thinks she is trying to manipulate him. Charlotte claims to love her children, including Lucifer, but Lucifer is unsure if he can believe her.


Lucifer is very angry with God, his father, for casting him out and punishing him for eternity. When Linda tries to talk to Lucifer about his father, telling him that he is the favorite son and that God gave him Hell to rule as a gift, Lucifer becomes enraged and punches a hole through the wall. Lucifer calls God a “cruel, manipulative bastard” and states that no one can win at his game. Then in “Take Me Back to Hell”, Lucifer asks his father to protect Chloe, in exchange Lucifer offered his services to him, God accepted.

Ella Lopez 

Lucifer and Ella first meet investigating the murder of Gillian Taylor. Upon meeting Lucifer, Ella immediately hugs him while Lucifer becomes stiff. Lucifer is interested in why she doesn’t have a different reaction to him when he claims to be the devil. She tells him the devil gets a bad rap, and is confused when he talks about it in first person. She doesn’t believe his claim to be the devil, instead thinking he is a method actor.

Malcolm Graham

Amenadiel resurrected Malcolm in exchange for him killing Lucifer. When Malcolm shows up to kill Lucifer, Lucifer gives him the Pentecostal Coin as a trade. Later, Malcolm tries to frame Lucifer for several murders he committed. In the first season finale, Malcolm kills Lucifer, but Lucifer stole the Pentecostal Coin and returns from the dead. Malcolm is then shot by Chloe and dies.



‘Lucifer’ Renewed For Season 3 By Fox

Fox has given an early Season 3 renewal to Lucifer ahead of the DC/Warner Bros. TV drama’s second-season return from hiatus on May 1. The order is for a full-season 22 episodes.

Lucifer’s second season returns from hiatus on May 1. Lucifer (Ellis) has gone off the grid and cut off all contact from his family and the police department following Chloe’s (German) near-death. But the murder of an up-and-coming guitarist causes him to resurface – with a new mystery woman. Meanwhile, Lucifer’s mom (Helfer) realizes she might have found a way to finally get them back to heaven.

Lucifer’ Season 2 Spoilers: God To Be Introduced; Who Will Play The Role?


The character will be introduced as a psychiatric patient who thinks that he is God. Lucifer doesn’t immediately believe that the man could be his real dad, but the alleged God Almighty will soon divulge certain information that only his real father knows about.

Lucifer introduced the Devil’s mother at the start of season two; now, it appears we’ll soon be meeting dear old Dad. Sorta. The very funny Timothy Omundson (Galavant, Psych) has just signed on for a guest-starring role as God. With a twist, though.Image result for Timothy OmundsonSee, he’ll be playing God Johnson—a psychiatric patient who believes he’s the God. As the show has demonstrated with Lucifer’s mother, deities can come to Earth and take over any recently-deceased body they happen to come across. So of course Lucifer doesn’t recognize the guy on sight, though he starts to wonder if maybe God Johnson is the real deal once he investigates further. There was an episode back in season one in which Lucifer took great offense to a Satanic church operating in Los Angeles, so it’ll be interesting to see how he reacts to someone impersonating (or not?) his father.


#14 “Candy Morningstar” TBD
#15 “Deceptive Little Parasite” TBD
#16 “God Johnson” TBD
#17 “Sympathy for the Goddess” TBD
#18 “The Good, the Bad and the Crispy” TBD
#19 “Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith” TBD