LUCIFER SEASON 5 PART 2 REVIEW
General Overview of Lucifer (2016) Series if you don’t know:
Lucifer Morningstar, bored from his sulking life in hell, comes to live in Los Angeles. While there, he helps humanity with its miseries through his experience and telepathic abilities to bring people's deepest desires and thoughts out of them. While meeting with a Detective in his nightclub (Lux), a shootout involving him and the Detective leads him to become an LAPD consultant who tries to punish people for their crimes through law and justice.
Country: United States
Genre: Drama, Crime, Fantasy
Creator: Tom Kapinos
Network: Fox (Seasons 1-3); Netflix(4-5)
Cast: Lauren German, Tricia Helfer, DB Woodside, Aimee Garcia, Tom Ellis, Lesley Ann Brandt, Rachael Harris, Kevin Alejandro, Scarlett Estevez
Netflix’s Lucifer — Lucifer fans, if you will — have had a wild ride. They fell in love with the series on FOX, where it aired for three seasons before being canceled and scooped up by Netflix. Netflix later announced it would end the series with a 10-episode fifth season, then reversed course and split the season into two 8-episode chunks, plus signed on for a sixth and final season.
Overall, this second half feels stronger than the first, in part because it does what Lucifer does best. Lucifer isn’t a Breaking Bad prestige drama. It’s fun detective occult fiction! Season 5, Part 2 embraces that campy sense of humor and biblical lore, while paying attention to supporting characters who’ve grown on fans over the years.
This new batch of episodes is a fun, familiar offering that sets up what could be the Old Scratch’s most grandiose arc yet. While the series occasionally trips over its mythology, Lucifer leans into its strengths more often than not. This should please those die-hard fans whose passion has increased its longevity nearly as much as Lilith’s ring of immortality.
I think this series is what you want to watch in lockdown and make it memorable. This is fun, drama series. It does not make you bore at the end of the series. Till now its going fine. The acting skills of Tom Ellis is hilarious. As a king of a hell, Tom Ellis played the character of PlayBoy.