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Season three of Lucifer was another fun, well-written season where Lucifer faced a lot of challenges. There was his relationship with Chloe which he was afraid to fully commit to. He also got a new boss Marcus Pierce in the form of Tom Welling, who Lucifer has a previous relationship with. Marcus is not who he seems to be as we will soon learn. It also brings back a foe from his past Sinnerman, which drives the story for a good first part of the season. Maze becomes more unglued and chases after bad guys with a vengeance. Chloe and Marcus develop a closer relationship and it doesn’t make Lucifer happy. He decides to tell Chloe he loves her and to end it with Marcus. Charlotte and Dan become closer but tragedy will strike them. A final showdown takes place between Lucifer and Pierce and Chloe learns the truth.
The show continues to get better and better. The stories, characters are more developed and more back story was shown. Lucifer continues to be one of the best characters on TV and nobody beats Tom Ellis for facial reactions. Fox cancelled the show but fan outrage bought the show another season thanks to the folks at Netflix where a fourth season will air in the future.
You can pick up Lucifer: The Complete Third Season on Tuesday, August 28.
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