Lucifer (S03E13) "Til Death Do Us Part"

Written by Mike Costa and directed by Sherwin Shilati, “Til Death Do Us Part” is the thirteenth episode of the third season of Lucifer, and I give it a B.

The episode picks off just where “All About Her” ends, with Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Cain (Tom Welling) trying to find a way to kill the latter, going through a list of ideas about how to kill him, using even, unsuccessfully, Maze’s (Lesley-Ann Brandt) blade forged in Hell, which can kill even Celestial beings.… More “Lucifer (S03E13) "Til Death Do Us Part"”

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 revelation by the end of it, which, as a nice reviewer, I won’t spoil.… More “Lucifer (S03E10) "The Sin Bin"”

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, who deserves props for his work in this episode, but even more for appearing in every single scene.… More “Lucifer (S03E07) "Off the Record"”

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 Candy, and also on some situations, like what happened when Lucifer fleed to Vegas after finding out Chloe was a Miracle.… More “Lucifer (S03E06) "Vegas with Some Radish"”