‘Lucifer’ Cast Explores Nine Circles of Hell in Netflix Special

Becky
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Image courtesy of Netflix
Image courtesy of Netflix

Tomorrow the wait is over! The fourth season of Lucifer premieres on Netflix. As if that wasn’t exciting enough, yesterday Netflix released a 25-minute reunion special with the cast, and we are here to tell you, it is worth the watch.

The cast of Lucifer, which includes Tom Ellis (Lucifer), Lauren German (Chloe), Kevin Alejandro (Dan), D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel), Aimee Garcia (Ella), and Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazikeen), were lead through a discussion by their resident therapist, Rachael Harris (Linda). Each thematic question circled around the Nine Circles of Hell from Dante’s Inferno; limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, anger, fraud and treachery.

Sounds pretty dark, right? Except what this cast, and really the entire Lucifer show is known for, is taking the darkest parts of the human condition and making them about self reflection, self betterment, and ultimately, redemption.

It is clear when watching the special how close the cast has become in the last four years, and how excited they are to be given a chance to further tell the story of these characters. They spill a few tidbits about the upcoming season, especially around newcomer Inbar Lavi, who plays Lucifer’s first love Eve. Mostly they take time to laugh and reflect on what an amazing second chance they have been given and how excited they are for the fans who worked so hard to keep them on the air, to see where they are taking the story.

The Lucifer Reunion Special is available on Netflix now. All episodes of the fourth season of Lucifer will be available May 8 on Netflix.

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By Becky
Becky joined the staff of Nerds and Beyond in 2018, but she's been a nerd since dial up modems were all the rage (yeah, I'm that old fellow kids). From her first fandom to her current, her passion has always been writing and engaging with the media she consumes. When she's not freelance writing for Nerds, she is the Creative Director at non-profit Random Acts. Other hobbies include consuming New Adult fiction, binge watching anything the Gay Agenda recommends, and taking deep breaths in national parks. Find Becky on twitter at @hello_minky.
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