Criticism of Lucifer 5: Netflix reigns in hell

Lucifer premieres its fifth season on Netflix tomorrow, and a server has already been able to see it. Created by Tom Kapinos and starring Tom Ellis and Lauren German.

Lucifer returns to Hell to take responsibility for his past and his position, honoring all the good he has learned since the beginning of the series. And to Earth will go Michael Demiurgos, Lucifer's twin brother, who will pretend to be him and look for trouble.

Lucifer is an easily digestible series,

one of those that aims for the viewer to enjoy and forget what is around him without offering something too tangled and I have to say that despite its fifth season, its formula works perfectly. In each of the eight chapters we will have a case that both will solve, always with a parallel about what happens in the lives of the characters, yes, cases border on predictable most of the time. A widely used formula that here they know how to get the juice to be entertaining. Lucifer is a different series, maybe it's the mix of humor, drama, fantasy, intrigue and Tom Ellis charm, but it is like that, different.

The attraction this season is Michael Demiurgos,

Lucifer's twin brother, also played by Ellis who, is sublime in the two roles that, despite being twins, Ellis manages to interpret them in different ways, thus creating two very different characters. It should be noted the great performance of Tom Ellis, who is the true soul of the series, yes, without detracting from German, that is up to the task again.

Lucifer has again a beautiful photograph,

as well as the plans of the city of Los Angeles, which he takes full advantage of with plans of its best-known corners. A visual delight. This season also has a meta-Lucifer chapter, since they will investigate in the filming of a series called Diablo inspired by the life of Lucifer and Chloe. We will also have another musical episode in black on white, set in '46, where we will see the origin of the Lucifer ring. A delight, wow. All this washed down with a very current message.

LUCIFER (L to R) LAUREN GERMAN as CHLOE DECKER and TOM ELLIS as LUCIFER MORNINGSTAR in episode 503 of LUCIFER Cr. JOHN P. FLEENOR / NETFLIX © 2020

The weak point is the relationship between Lucifer and Chloe,

that after five seasons it is difficult to maintain freshness and originality. But the big problem is in the weight they give to the sequel characters that steal the screen and it's not exactly a good thing. More Lucifer and less Amenadiel. And the season will end with enough intrigue to make us wait for the end of the series in its final season.

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Title : LuciferPublication date : 2020-08-21Synopsis: Lucifer returns to Hell to take responsibility for his past and his position, honoring all the good he has learned since the beginning of the series. And to Earth will go Michael Demiurgos, Lucifer's twin brother, who will pretend to be him and look for trouble. Director (s): Tom kapinosCast: Tom ellis
Lauren German
Kevin Alejandro
D.B. Woodside
Lesley-Ann Brandt
Scarlett estevezGender : Fantastic. Comedy. Intrigue. Romance.


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Lucifer
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Tom Ellis's performance
The photograph
The variety of themes
The effective script

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The exploitation of the secondary

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