The hit Netflix series Lucifer may have plenty of super fans. But which of the series’ many characters is the most beloved of them all?
As a mum/goddess, the character was initially lovable and humorous, but ultimately unreliable. Like the real Charlotte Richards, the character was unimportant and downright unnecessary.
As a resident demon of the series, she is known for causing trouble wherever she goes. With her keen sense of humour and flashy fashion choices, Maze is a big influence on everyone she meets. But a little maze can go a long way.
Over time, the series has peeled back the layers of Dan, making him more fully realized and complex. Dan is never better for a comedic effect because Kevin Alejandro is really great.
Although Chloe and Lauren are one of the series’ dual protagonists, it’s a disappointment that her character doesn’t feel more like an audience cipher or a plot ship.
Whether in comic moments, including significant Girls Night episode episodes or in dramatic tales such as her fourth season’s pregnancy storyline, Linda is the best of the series.
In her opening performances, Eve is allowed to have the charm and seductive ways of Lucifer, but subsequent episodes reveal layers of difficult human emotions such as guilt, neglect, jealousy, uncertainty and lack of confidence.
When Lucifer first started, D.B. Woodside’s Amenadiel was given an anti-angelic character, a constant reminder that Lucifer would not be back from where he came from. The brothers were always in conflict with each other, and with Amenadiel always on the losing end.
Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia) does not appear in Lucifer’s first instalment, but it is hard to imagine a version of the show that has no her at this time. A resident believer in the series, Ella is a beautiful contradiction in her perpetual optimism and sunny demeanour, even though she is a coroner on horrific murder scenes.
Rarely do children’s roles be considered the greatest in any television series. But it is virtually impossible to find anyone who does not absolutely adore the early and quirky young Trixie Espinoza (Scarlett Estevez).
Can any other character top the list? In the turning point that defines Tom Ellis’ career, Lucifer is not only the star of the Morningstar series but also the center of gravity of the series’ universe.