Official Trailer for Lucifer Season 4 Hints at a Hellish Love Triangle
The resurrected series is just weeks away from debuting on Netflix.
The newly-acquired Netflix series Lucifer has given fans what they have been asking for after almost a year… a release date. Back on April 10th, exactly 666 hours before its upcoming release, fans were delighted with a steamy new teaser video, featuring Lucifer (Tom Ellis), Chloe (Lauren German), and new cast member Eve (Inbar Lavi). Now, fans can now enjoy the full-length trailer for the upcoming season, which also reveals that the show will return on May 8th.
As we mentioned last month, the series, despite doing remarkably well on the Fox network for three seasons, was cancelled. This came just after the shocking finale last May in which the Detective finally witnessed Lucifer’s true face. Fans rallied behind the show and Netflix wasted no time announcing that it would host Season 4 on its network, releasing all 10 episodes at once for binge-watching.
Judging by the trailer, it welcomes the possibility that Lucifer will spend most of Season 4 in the middle of quite a hot love triangle. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for a review of the full season.
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