Lucifer (S03E11) “City of Angels?”

Welcome to 2018, people! Not even a whole day after we entered the New Year, the Lucifer gang got us in for a treat. And what a treat that was! The funniest episode of the season so far, “City of Angels?” is a kind of origin story, and shows us how were Lucifer’s first days…

Lucifer (S03E10) “The Sin Bin”

I’ll give this two-parter a B, being it an A- for the last episode, and a B+ for this one, but don’t get me wrong, this was a good episode. Written by Sheri Elwood and directed by Greg Beeman, it is well written and directed, takes us to some stunning locations and has a HUGE…

Lucifer (S03E09) “The Sinnerman”

Let’s not forget this episode is a thrilling first part of a two-parter, and it was great. Considering this is a two-parter, I’ll give it a joint grade on the next episode’s review. Directed by Marisol Adler and written by Jenny Kao, this episode finally introduces the Sinnerman, or does it? Your call. One interesting…

Lucifer (S03E08) “Chloe Does Lucifer”

No, it’s not what it looks like, but it doesn’t make this episode less awesome. This time around, top hat-turned-shoe Lucifer and Chloe investigate a murder which involves social media and dating apps, making it even more relatable to nowadays. This episode gets an A. Written by Julia Fontana and directed by Louis Milito, “Chloe…

Lucifer (S03E07) “Off the Record”

This episode gets an A. Its format is a bit different from what we’re used to seeing on Lucifer, but it definitely worked. “Off the Record” is one of the carryovers from Season 2, written by Chris Rafferty, Jen Graham Imada and Mike Costa, and revolves around the journalist Reese Getty, played by Patrick Fabian,…

Lucifer (S03E06) “Vegas with Some Radish”

This episode gets a big and fat “A” from this reviewer. It is funny as always, Lucifer once again has some relation to the case of the week, it is incredibly Deckerstar (may I say I am on board of the Deckerstar Express) and also gives us background on some characters such as Ella and…

Lucifer (S03E05) “Welcome Back, Charlotte Richards”

Lucifer is back with its fifth episode of the season, this time with the beloved Charlotte Richards. That’s right, mum is back! Or is she? Before I talk about the episode itself, let me just say how much I loved to see Trixie in the beginning of the episode, as well as Lucifer and Chloe…

Lucifer (S03E04) “What Would Lucifer Do?”

This weeks episode began with a scene we’ve seen many-a-time before, Lucifer in bed with another one night stand… and dressed in a floral kimono, in truly unapologetic way (nice to see a male lead not ruled by fragile masculinity!) he makes a deal with the woman’s husband so he can continue sleeping with her….

Lucifer (S03E03) “Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith”

It’s this season’s third episode and I think we all were really pleased to have our beloved Mazikeen back with some much-deserved screen time. And I need to say: my Maze and Linda ‘shipping’ heart loved the opening scene between these two strong female characters a lot. While Chloe and Lucifer stay in Los Angeles,…

Lucifer (S03E02) “The One With The Baby Carrot”

Two episodes in and Lucifer is very much keeping in line with it’s previous seasons. The show is in my opinion one of the most stand-out shows currently on television. Somehow, Lucifer manages to explore humour and light-comedy whilst simultaneously presenting intriguing cases and well-developed, interesting characters. It’s a refreshing balance of intrigue and an…

Lucifer (S03E01) “They’re Back Again, Aren’t They?”

HELL-O! Our favorite devil is back, and this time he’s got wings. Lucifer came back for its third season this past Monday, and with its impressive past seasons, the stakes are high for this one of a kind show. Personally, I’m looking forward to seeing the character developments this season, as well as the progress…

Lucifer (S02E18) “The Good, The Bad, The Crispy”

Amenadiel finds out that he’s Dad’s favorite by discovering that God gave him the key to the Flaming Sword which kinda puts Lucifer’s nose out of joint causing him to hurt his brother’s feelings. So Amenadiel goes off to think about things. Charlotte needs help getting rid of Chet’s body and staples herself together to…