Nov 13, 2019 07:54 AM EST
Lucifer Season 5 Reveals Spoiler Visits the Devil in Hell
The world is going crazy about this romantic devilish series, Lucifer.
The fourth season left many broken hearts. Detective Chloe Decker played by Lauren German finally revealed her secret feelings for the actual Devil Himself Lucifer played by Tom Ellis. Lucifer had to make the sacrifice of returning to his throne in hell to control the demons before they unleash evil on the world.
He has no other option but to leave all those he cares about on Earth. In Lucifer Season 5, it seems like the Devil will still see familiar faces inside his mind. A new spoiler from the fifth season reveals that someone significant will visit Lucifer in Hell and it was none other than his brother, the angel Amenadiel who will pe played by D.B. Woodside.
Amenadiel is at the front of a creepy funhouse-like setting and it seems that Amenadiel doesn't want to be there, but he has a good purpose.
As far as the fans of the series know, when Lucifer first abandoned the throne of Hell, Amenadiel had to step in and rule the world of demons. But now, why does Amenadiel hate hell? It appears to his face that he is not happy. So it simply means that it wouldn't exactly be somewhere that Amenadiel would go except it was dire. While it's not clear about the real reason that brings Amenadiel to Hell, Woodside explained that it would have to be something potentially unearthly to get him to pay Hell a visit.
Yikes! Another story to look forward!
Since Hell is the last place the warrior angel would want to be, the dangers and consequences must be extremely high. Something very, very bad might be happening on Earth for Amenadiel to pay a visit for Lucifer in Hell. It also seems like Amenadiel has been doing important things on Earth while his brother has been in Hell.
Here are the things that most of the fans are looking forward:
- True and romantic love between Chloe and Lucifer
The time when they finally express the love they have for each other. But Lucifer needs to prevent demons from conquering the Earth. How this love separation will affect their relationship? Will his stay in Hell destroy his healing? What will happen to him, Chloe, and little Trixie?
- A father-son meetup
Linger over Lucifer's head are unresolved father issues that can't be answered with a phone call. Sometimes fans want to see Lucifer and his father have an open talk or confrontation about the reality of his purpose. His fall from Heaven, assignment to Hell, and disobedient doings on Earth can all be connected to his old Father as he says. It's the right moment, and he's not the only one who wants to speak to Him. And take note of the Goddess, Cain, Abel, and Eve all probably want to get in line with this amazing story.
Lucifer will have its comeback in Netflix on 2020 with 16 episodes divided into 2 sequels. Take a puff now and wait for the release.
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