Lucifer: Season 4 (2019)

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Air date: May 8, 2019

Chloe tries to convince everyone that Lucifer's unnerving epiphany does not bother her as the duo investigate the death of a beekeeper.

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Air date: May 8, 2019

When a murder unfolds on a reality show set, Lucifer and Chloe are on the scene. Meanwhile, Father Kinley sets his plan into motion. Amenadiel reassesses what having a home means to him.

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Air date: May 8, 2019

The death of an ex-gang member may just be the tip of a crime iceberg. Lucifer calls Chloe out on her white lies. Maze and Dan stray from the group. Linda prepares for becoming a mother.

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Chloe and Lucifer work independently on the case of a murdered jewelry designer. Later, Lucifer crosses paths with an ex-lover.

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Chloe and Lucifer reunite to track down a classic car collector's killer, yet try to gain closure for their relationship in the process.

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When someone unexpected arrives in town, Amenadiel decides to take up hosting responsibility. Meanwhile, Chloe and Lucifer try to find the link between a nudist colony and a dead auditor.

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Eve works to increase her presence in her significant other's career. Lucifer seeks simplicity while Amenadiel works to protect his family.

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When a teacher turns up murdered, Chloe and Lucifer are on the case. Lucifer goes overboard on the bad behavior in an effort to prompt Eve to break up with him. Meanwhile, Amenadiel takes a teenager under his wing.

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Air date: May 8, 2019

While Chloe frets over Lucifer's revelation, the change in his appearance frightens her more. Meanwhile, Eve receives encouragement from Maze.

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Air date: May 8, 2019

Lucifer must take responsibility for the bloodthirsty demons running amok in Los Angeles in order to safeguard his loved ones.

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Tom Ellis
Lucifer
Aimee Garcia
Ella
Rachael Harris
Linda Martin
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Critic Reviews for Lucifer Season 4

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There's also about 10 more minutes per episode. But the added time doesn't drag things down. There's more time for jokes and for the season's rich plot lines.

Jul 10, 2019 | Full Review…

The more I think about it, the more I stand by my belief that the majority of season four is among the very best episodes the Lucifer has to offer.

May 16, 2019 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

What a ride, friends. We just enjoyed ten episodes of practically perfect television. Thank you, Netflix, for this gift.

May 16, 2019 | Rating: A | Full Review…

The episodes fly by, and the characters reflect more on their naturalistic and hellish features and experiences, which further invigorates Lucifer and Chloe's perfectly imperfect relationship.

Jul 3, 2019 | Full Review…

Lucifer combines style with a rather playful charm in its concept.

May 22, 2019 | Full Review…

Netflix's Lucifer has a shorter season and a tighter arc, but the campy show retains the humor and naughtiness we love.

May 13, 2019 | Rating: 7.5/10 | Full Review…

In making the move from FOX to Netflix, Lucifer seems to have found its way back to its Season One groove.

May 8, 2019 | Rating: 8.0/10 | Full Review…

Lucifer's journey with Netflix picks up where the series left off and continues to give viewers the intellectually challenging show they've come to love. And yes, it's still retains its sass!

May 1, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Lucifer: Season 4

  • Nov 05, 2020
    "Lucifer"'s debut season on Netflix benefits from a patient pace and less focus on puns and one-liners, but some of the ambition is lost amid disorganized storytelling. This season deals more directly than the earlier seasons with the show's primary conflict: is Lucifer truly evil, or has he changed into a (somewhat) benevolent man? What this season shows us is how much it depends on how others perceive Luficer to be good or evil respectively; those who tell him he is a good person and must do the right thing run the risk of accidentally motivating Lucifer to be evil out of spite. As for Lucifer and Decker, it was perplexing to watch these two interact this season. Decker, in the last moments of the third season, discovered Lucifer was the devil, and those who waited in anticipation thinking Chloe's reaction would be dramatic might be a little disappointed. What we learn is that between seasons, a shocked Chloe traveled to Europe and researched the devil in various texts. She meets Father Kinley, who offers her a ritual that would return Lucifer back to Hell where he can't hurt humanity. Terrified by Lucifer's true identity, Chloe agrees to a plan in which she would subdue Lucifer and she and KinIey perform the ritual. I do question the difference between what Chloe reads and is told about the devil and what is actually true about the show's interpretation. Nobody who reads texts about the devil, I'd imagine, would think he is decent, but the Lucifer we know has been portrayed empathetic, well-intentioned, and caring (to a degree, anyway). So, does this mean Lucifer is good? Does this mean the Bible is wrong? We never really get an answer, just Father Kinely saying Lucifer is bad and Lucifer himself defending himself as good. At one point Kinley shows Chloe a photograph of Lucifer and Hitler, on which the former claims he had no influence. Is Lucifer's word good enough? If he is not indeed manipulating humanity, then why bother being on Earth for centuries? And if Lucifer's word is good enough, or if what we've seen on the show is enough evidence of his decency, then why does Chloe think that she has to banish Lucifer from the Earth and back to Hell? And at times when Chloe changes her mind and supports Lucifer, it's only ever because of his word or actions that neither prove nor disprove what she's read or seen. It's this sort of messiness that's still holding "Lucifer" back. I still don't like the cases he and Decker solve, even when they're occasionally given more clarity than usual. Rarely is anything ever high-stakes enough that it puts strain on Lucifer's existence or stakes on what he believes in.
  • Sep 16, 2020
    Lucifer's first Netflix season (season 4) allowed the show to have a more focused and beautifully written season. It remains a story of redemption, love, humanity wrapped around a procedural. The acting and character creation really pulls you in too. Easy to binge & rewatch!
  • Sep 11, 2020
    My best season yet. the one where Chloe told Lucifer what he feels
  • Aug 31, 2020
    Never disappoints! Start with Season 1, but gets better in 4 with Netflix.
  • Aug 25, 2020
    The difference between Fox's production and Netflix's production is remarkable, the series has improved a lot and for the better! Season 4, just amazing!
  • Aug 22, 2020
    Great season! Netflix makes a real difference... I love it.
  • Aug 22, 2020
    it seemed like Season 3 was the last run of this show but thankfully Netflix picked up a 4th season after that gamechanging cliffhanger Lucifer got his wings back embracing his nature and by doing so Chloe finally saw his true face and as you'd expect her reaction was less-than-thrilling a month goes by; Chloe and her daughter have left Los Angeles, Charlotte was flown into heaven by Amenadiel, and Lucifer continues to work with the authorities for murder cases A prophecy is coming that a priest wants to prevent and Lucifer's first love Eve finally enters the picture But what is it he really wants? Happyness? Closure? Or simply Chloe? Amenadiel may also have a new purpose for remaining on earth The finale leads to the prince of darkness making a deadly decision that'll determine his true role So what does this mean for the future? Maybe the divine and humanity colliding too much causes unintended consequences Let's pray and see if Lucifer can still have its wings on the small screen
  • Aug 18, 2020
    A more focused story is the main selling in this season, one of my complaint from the previous season is the lack of spiritual side of the story and the show become more like a buddy cop series than an actual Devil helping LA Police Force, of course, the Detective story is still there but the show manages to keep it at the right amount. I also like Chloe a lot more, Amenadiel getting more development and how the show makes Dan really cold in this season I think is surprisingly deeper than I thought it would be, need time to adjust but it's a good character arc. The episode is not as many as the first 3 seasons but the story is many ways better structured and paced, there's almost no drag in every episode and the censorship is really flexible this time because it produced by Netflix so people can clearly see how the Director play with it lol. Last but not least, about Eve, she's not a bad character I honestly like her a lot in the first few episodes but after a while, the script seems doesn't know what to do with her so she's kinda just getting thrown at the finale just to move the plot which I find it kinda lazy but overall it's fun to have her around and doesn't change my mind about this 4th season, it's amazing and I can't wait for the next season that's about to come in a few days.
  • Aug 15, 2020
    Didn't watch this in first run but, thanks to the pandemic, decided to binge watch to catch up before Season 5 on Netflix. I definitely wasn't disappointed. This is the first show I can honestly say I like ALL of the regular characters. Lucifer is fun, surprisingly reverent, and even heartfelt. Can't wait to see what Seasons 5 and 6 have in store for us.
  • Aug 14, 2020
    While SEASON 1 is a Masterpiece that awakens emotions as we were looking at a "Caravaggio" paint, Season 4 is fascinating, intense in many aspects, with a convincing plot, but, as a whole, it falls, it isn't Lucifer anymore, it's something else. Here the masterpiece looks like having bowed to a commercial logic. It is more obvious, predictable, with "Hollywood style" special effects. The fall lies, perhaps, in the choice to indulge the audience's taste. Everything is different: the style, the atmosphere, the originality, even the protagonist who completely loses his Dandy side (that made him similar to Bowie), changing his appearance and his way of acting. The new Lucifer doesn't seem a credible Devil, being too much different from the original devilish one, although it is true that he evolves over time. He seems to have lost much of his expressive power we enjoyed in the other seasons. Acting is more static and monotonous (the same for Linda). The change in his voice reflects this change. Lucifer's accent has changed over time. In Season 1, Ellis was playing Lucifer with his more natural voice, a cold and deep one, with a fashioning British accent and unusual timbre, which made he looks like (but he's not!) detached from what's around him. This is the best voice for the best Lucifer, I think. Since season 2 he started to modify it and this change is more noticeable between season 1 and the other seasons, especially the 4th. In the 4th Season, Lucifer's voice gets warmer, quieter, and deeper, not quite fitting a devilish character. I do prefer the original accent and voice. The first and second season of Lucifer outdid its self and was a 10 out of 10 and an A. However, it is still one of my top favorite shows of all time.

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