While Netflix may not have a premiere date or any official footage out there for Lucifer season 4 just yet, we have something else to share today that is certainly delightful in its own right.
The video below does a great job of telling you a tiny thing or two about the upcoming season coming exclusively on Netflix for the first time, and it also does introduce you for the first time to Inbar Lavi as a major part of the show. Her character of Eve will have a great deal of responsibility in terms of stirring the pot and causing a little bit of trouble, whether that means getting involved in Lucifer’s personal life or causing problems for some people close to him.
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This promo doesn’t go too far sharing more spoilers than this — as a matter fact, Lauren German sort of takes on the role of secret-keeper while Lavi and Tom Ellis are a bit more liberal. Ellis also gets a little liberal with his clothing at the end, a cheeky reminder that with this being Netflix, there are a few things that the show can do here that it can’t at Fox. (Don’t take this as a huge sign, though, that things are going to be drastically different — they won’t be. There may just be a few more butts here and there.)
Is this a surprising way to start rolling out the promotion for the new season? Sure, but what we do like about it is that it shows that Netflix is getting set to make a little bit of a larger commitment to this show, one that is probably also going to include another preview in some shape or form over the next couple of weeks and then maybe an extended trailer a little bit after the fact. The best thing that any Lucifer fan can hope for is that the campaign here is robust from now until whenever the show is available to stream, which we personally feel will be at some point next month. We’ve already even made the case that it should launch around Memorial Day Weekend, a time where it can take advantage of very little competition — and then beyond just that the lack of Game of Thrones on the air anymore. Wanna talk about a just-opened gap in the market? That’s one of the best ones imaginable for anyone!
For some other news on Lucifer right now…
Our chief recommendation is that you head over to the link here! After all, that is where you can check out some more news, speculation pieces, and some other scoop regarding the show.
What do you most want to see on Lucifer season 4, at least based on this latest slice of information that we’ve got on the subject no? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments. (Photo: Netflix.)