Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) has abandoned his duties in Hell to become the proprietor of a LA night club. When a friend is dies in his arms, Morningstar is interrogated and eventually arrested by police detective Chloe Dancer . Due to his uniquely beguiling personality, Morningstar comes to join Dancer in her investigation and quickly becomes involved in her personal life. When the murderer is uncovered, the pair become even closer, raising the anticipation for the events to come.
Tom Ellis is sexy, funny and heartbreaking as the devil who closes up hell to retire in LA running the hottest nightclub in town and trying to figure out humans. He can make anyone tell their deepest dark secrets and is surprised to meet one lady who seems to be immune to his formidable charms.
, Lucifer Morningstar is depicted with a sense of class, style, and sophistication that elevate the subject matter far above the standard supernatural horror fare. THIS Devil is definitely not the Devil we all presume we know. These modern tales –ironically set in the city of angels–cannot help but provide much food for thought. While light and darkness coexist there is certainly a lot of room for exploration of the ‘grey areas’ in the sultry city of Los Angeles. God has a vested interest in the activities of Lucifer, and is keeping close tabs on his troublesome creation now that he is topside. The cosmic balance of good and evil in the Universe seems to have shifted now that Lucifer has left his throne in Hell unoccupied. What is Lucifer REALLY up to? Will the Angels of Heaven, as God’s enforcers, be willing to dabble in wrongdoing or immoral deeds to keep Lucifer in check.
This is a great TV series; we love these kinds it keeps you glued to the screen wanting more.
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