The cancellation of Lucifer earlier this month devastated viewers everywhere, as all signs seemed to point toward the show continuing its story in a fourth season. A few days after the heartbreaking news broke, the finale aired and ended on a cliffhanger, some unfinished arcs, and a whole lot of questions that fans would love to see answered. Kevin Alejandro, who plays good old Detective Dan Espinoza on Lucifer, told CinemaBlend about the #1 arc he'd have wanted to see finished in Season 4:
Like many fans of the series, Kevin Alejandro would want to see closure on the killer Season 3 finale cliffhanger that saw Chloe finally coming face-to-face with the reality that Lucifer is truly the devil. After Lucifer killed Pierce and told him that he'd be sent to Hell for eternity, his Devil face finally returned in all its fiery glory... just in time for Chloe to arrive and see him as she'd never seen him before. The stories about her pal Lucifer as the Lucifer are all true, and she barely had time to react before the credits rolled. Unless Lucifer is rescued by another platform after its cancellation by Fox, fans may never get to see for themselves what would have happened.
Of course, the arc of Chloe facing Lucifer as the Devil almost certainly wouldn't be a lighthearted romp despite their recent romantic moments. The course of true love never did run smooth even without the Devil in the mix with an LAPD detective, and Dan probably wouldn't be in a place to be especially helpful with helping either of them figure out how to deal with each other. After the penultimate episode saw the tragic death of Charlotte, Dan isn't in the best place. Kevin Alejandro went on to say how Dan would have dealt with his new status quo in Season 4:
Well, audiences likely won't get to see Dan deal with any darkness in the aftermath of the finale on Fox, but there's still hope that Lucifer could get a second life somewhere else. Fans on social media have been working overtime on a campaign to #SaveLucifer, and the outcry against the cancellation has been going strong for nearly two weeks now. Tom Ellis, a.k.a. Lucifer himself, hasn't given up on the show finding a new home, and Kevin Alejandro revealed that there are some very influential parties invested in keeping Lucifer going if it could fit on another outlet.
The good news (for now) is that Fox still has a couple of new Lucifer episodes to hit the airwaves. Two standalone episodes were produced with the intention that they would air during the fourth season; Fox is airing them back-to-back in a two-hour event on Monday, May 28 starting at 8 p.m. ET. Perhaps the reception to these episodes will be enough to push another outlet to make the decision to revive Lucifer. If a second life doesn't happen for Lucifer, Kevin Alejandro revealed some actors and characters he would have liked to work with more:
Even if Lucifer doesn't score another season to wrap up its story, we can always have fun imagining what might have happened with more scenes between Dan and Maze or Dan and Linda. There are plenty of dark avenues that could have been worth exploring, especially in the aftermath of that cliffhanger and in the wake of Charlotte's death. Be sure to tune in to Fox on Monday, May 28 at 8 p.m. ET to catch the two standalone episodes of Lucifer. Kevin Alejandro directed the second episode, which will be unlike anything Lucifer fans have seen on the show before. Don't forget to check out our summer TV premiere guide for your viewing options once Lucifer has come to an end.
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