Almost a year after the end of the third season of the fantasy drama series Lucifer, he finally arrived at the first teaser for the new season. The fourth season has a seasoned tagline "He rises", and it's even more convenient than the teaser was released exactly 666 hours before the upcoming season.
Lucifer is a series based on the character of The Sandman, created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg, and Mike Carey's spinoff strip series Lucifer, both released by Vertigo, DC Comics. The action follows Lucifer Morningstar, who, after losing his motivation to be the helper of hell, moves into the world of mortals, more precisely in Los Angeles trying to enjoy his "retirement". But after dangerous events, his neglect of the "original" work begins to create problems, and with the help of a young police officer, he can solve cases that could help him with his problems and allow him to continue the peaceful immortal life.
In the fourth season, Lucifer is confronted with the consequences of Chloe's appearance of his right face, along with a real challenge. Eve, Eve who committed the first sin, returns, whether she wants a vengeance or something else we will only find out ...
The series spent three seasons on Fox, after which it was canceled. From the eternal hell of cancellation, Lucifer saved Netflix, and in June 2018, he jumped in the desire to please the many fans who were campaigning for #SaveLucifer for a new home for Tom Ellis series. Netflix thus concluded a contract with a devil or production company Warner Bros. Television that Lucifer will return to life, at least for the fourth season, through ten episodes that arrive on May 8th.
In the main role of Lucifer is the already mentioned Tom Ellis, Lauren German interprets the detective Chloe Decker, and in the role of Eve, we will watch Inbar Lavi. Other roles include Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Aimee Garcia, and Rachael Harris.