Welcome back to Humor Nation. Mark your calendars for 28th May because Part 2 of Season 5 will be airing on Netflix. Lucifer is based on the character from the Sandman Comics. The TV adaptation has given a new life to the character. A big credit for this goes to Tom Ellis who did a fabulous job playing the character, his charm and devilness made this character larger than life. Throughout the five seasons, the devil has had his fair share of happy and sad moments. Even though Lucifer is a good guy with some demons (apart from Maze), but there have been times when he truly acted like the devil and made us hate him.
There have been moments which genuinely made us feel bad for him. In Season 2, his brother and the fellow arch-angel Uriel arrived on Earth and threatened the life of Chloe Decker if Lucifer doesn’t return to hell. Even though Lucifer didn’t wish any harm for his brother, but he was forced to kill him in a turn of events. This action led to him feeling extremely guilty even though he was just a victim of the circumstances.
Lucifer is the hero of the story, but sometimes you can’t help, but wonder if he’s really the hero? He doesn’t miss a chance to mock Daniel Espinoza. Ever since the arrival of the king of hell, the life of Dan has only gone downhill. Getting divorced from Chloe, being demoted in LAPD, but Lucifer doesn’t care and keeps insulting Dan and even makes fun of his hobbies such as him doing Improv. Lucifer has undergone a tremendous character development, became humane in the process, so one must think at least now he must take others’ feelings into consideration.