The best of 2021 characters are the ones who’ve had the most growth. The characters who’ve stayed with us throughout the year.
For anyone who may be looking to bring the drama to Thanksgiving this year, Lucifer’s family dinner is the ideal plus one.
It may be a show about the devil, but Lucifer has always delivered the hopeful message that it’s never too late to turn things around.
Lucifer‘s final season is a spiffing curtain call that is bound to leave a lasting mark. It’s a culmination of six years full of intricate, thought-provoking storytelling and exquisite character … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Final Season is a Spiffing Curtain Call
Despite being a celestial devil, Lucifer Morningstar is just as human as the rest of us and that’s part of what makes him so relatable. We talk about Tom Ellis’ impeccable performance, tackle mental health, Deckerstar, daddy issues and more.
Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
*Spoilers for Lucifer Season 5B ahead* One of the things I’ve always liked best about Lucifer is how openly it’s shown the benefits of therapy and the necessity of tackling … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
Musical specials are tough to get right. So often when I’ve gotten excited and looked forward to one, it’s been a flop instead. It doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve been bad … Continue Reading Lucifer’s “Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam” Musical Special is Both Fun and Emotionally Moving
Spoilers Ahead For a series to be on air for five seasons and get better through time is a true rarity in television, especially in procedurals. And no, Lucifer wasn’t … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Fifth and Penultimate Season is its Strongest Spectacle Yet