Lucifer: Kevin Alejandro details ‘dynamic’ shift with Lucifer ahead of final season

Lucifer: Netflix releases trailer for season five part two

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After the release of season five, part two in May, fans will be treated to the final season of Lucifer very soon as well. Star Kevin Alejandro has teased his reappearance in season six of the Netflix hit despite the character’s shocking death, and how the events of season five will affect his relationship with Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) going forward.

The hit Netflix series Lucifer follows the Devil himself as he abandons Hell to become a nightclub owner in Los Angeles.

Lucifer also begins to consult for the LAPD, alongside Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German).

Chloe and former partner Dan Espinoza are parents to a young daughter, Trixie (Scarlett Estevez).

Star Alejandro has discussed the repercussions of Dan discovering Lucifer is the devil in season five.

As Lucifer has played a major role in his daughter’s life, Dan is, unsurprisingly, shaken by the shocking news.

Speaking to Assignment X, the actor discussed how his relationship with Lucifer and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) has changed since finding out the truth, explaining a “dynamic shift” will take place in the final season.

He added: “Well, it took Dan a minute to even comprehend what was going on.

“But with Amenadiel, I think it brought them closer together, after Dan was able to wrap his head around it.”

Alejandro continued: “And with Lucifer, I think all the way around, Dan’s relationships with all the characters got a little bit stronger throughout the season.

“I think that there’s still that dance there with Lucifer, but there’s just a little bit of trepidation, because he knows that he’s the Devil, and it could go wrong.”

The actor joked that the revelation explained why Lucifer is “so annoying”.

“Yes, absolutely,” Alejandro laughed.

In season five, part two, Dan is shot and, sadly, succumbs to his wounds, later dying in Chloe’s arms.

There is another shock in store after Amenadiel discovers that Dan’s soul is not in Heaven but in Hell.

Later, Amenadiel delivers an emotional eulogy for the character and deems the detective as his best friend on earth.

Lucifer and Amenadiel then both seek revenge for Dan’s death, with Lucifer clearly distraught at his former foe’s passing.

With the final season fast approaching and news of Alejandro’s return to the series, how will Lucifer and Dan’s relationship change after the detective’s death?

“His world is rocked, and I’m not sure that he’ll ever really, truly handle it,” Alejandro told TVLine recently.

The actor also teased that, despite season six being the end, a seventh season could very well be in the cards.

“You know what? I wouldn’t have put anything past them,” he told Assignment X.

He further teased fans by speaking to Entertainment Weekly about his comeback in season six, revealing that Dan will return but “not the way people expect”.

“He is back in some capacity, not the way you expect it, but he’s there. He’s part of the world.”

Seasons 1 to 5 of Lucifer are available to watch on Netflix now. Season six will be released on September 10 on Netflix.

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