Welcome back to Humor Nation. The iconic show Lucifer has finally come to an end. The show that followed the tale of devil who became entangled with the humanity and in the process, self-actualized and became a better person of himself. The show ran successfully for six seasons. Of course, not to forget that its untimely cancellation that started a fan revolution which resulted in NETFLIX picking it up. The story of Lucifer Morningstar has been told several times in different media forms. God’s beloved archangel who led a rebellion against his father and was cast out of the heaven.
What this show did different was show the devil in a humane light, showing him as a victim who took would take responsibility for his actions, and in the process he became something better. Of course, the show follows the backdrop of a procedural police drama where the devil tasks with the detective Chloe Decker to solve crimes. While solving crimes, dealing with criminals, he discover insights about his behavior by relating himself to the people involved in a crime.
So Take A Look At 6 Interesting Facts About Lucifer That Even The Crazy Fans Don’t Know
While he became famously known as the Lucifer, he was known as Samael, meaning the bringer of the light. Out of all the angels, he was the brightest and powerful. But it looked like Lucifer has harsh feelings of PTSD tied to this name, maybe because of the self-hatred that resulted from his rebellion. At one occasion, when Linda kept saying the name, he got frustrated and punched the wall. Also, when his father addressed him with that name, he even snapped at him.
5. REFERENCE TO OTHER SHOWS
The show Lucifer has made numerous references to other shows. And it has also been mentioned on a different show, the popular CW Supernatural made a reference to Lucifer when the show’s own Lucifer jokes about escaping from the cage and after saving the world, he would solve crimes and settle in LA. This was before Lucifer had premiered on FOX. The show shares numerous elements with Supernatural due to being of the similar nature. The nephilim conceived between Amenadiel and Linda is named Charlie, it could be a reference to Supernatural’s Nephilim Jack Kline and the sassy character Charlie Bradbury. Lucifer also featured an angel named Cassiel which is a nod to Castiel from Supernatural.