Lucifer theories: Fans convinced Trixie KNOWS Lucifer is the devil after key clue

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Production work on the highly anticipated fifth season of Lucifer was stalled by the coronavirus lockdown. As the wait for new content from the original Fox show, now on Netflix, continues, fans are predicting some huge changes in the dynamic of the main cast to come.

Showrunner Ildy Modrovich and the cast and crew of Netflix’s Biblical crime drama Lucifer have been teasing the release of season five for the past month.

Fans are anticipating a summer release for the first eight episodes of the new season, though sadly Netflix have yet to confirm any specific dates.

In the meantime, ‘Lucifans’ are still mentally recovering from the exhausting final battle between Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis), and his demonic rival Dromos (Graham McTavish).

Now possessing the body of Father Kinley, who had predicted Lucifer’s downfall with a sinister prophecy, Dromos and his evil forces managed to force the devilish LA playboy back to his Hellish dominion.



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Before reclaiming his throne in the underworld, Lucifer also confessed his love to long-standing detective partner, Chloe Decker (Lauren German).

After such a major shift in the show’s status quo, fans have been predicting even more reveals to come in season five as Lucifer’s mortal friends will be forced to face the reality of his true identity.

Throughout the first four seasons, Lucifer has been adamant about not lying about his identity, though most of his new Earthly friends refuse to believe him.

For instance, forensic specialist Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia) is convinced Lucifer is actually a method actor, while Chloe’s ex-husband Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) chalks it up to another aspect of Lucifer’s obnoxious personality.

Meanwhile, some viewers are concerned at the prospect of Chloe and Dan’s young daughter, Trixie (Scarlett Estevez), will react if she ever sees Lucifer’s Devil Face.

Despite his aversion to children, Lucifer and Trixie have grown fond of each other over the years, but many fans are worried their relationship could be torn apart if she ever finds out the truth.

One fan took to Reddit to discuss how season five could eventually deal with Lucifer breaking the horrifying truth to his most innocent friend.

Redditor DramaBoyYT posted: “Currently, Trixie loved Lucifer, but how will she react when she finds out that Lucifer is an actual Devil?”

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“Will she react the same as she did to Maze when she saw her real face? At that point it was Halloween, so she may think it’s a costume.”

Trixie is known for her precocious and sturdy personality, even making close friends with Lucifer’s demonic bounty hunter friend, Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt).

However, a key clue could suggest Trixie may have even known the truth about Lucifer this whole time despite not showing any signs of fear in front of the literal devil.

One fan responded: “Trixie already knows. Remember the drawing on [the fridge]?”


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While another added: “I think Trixie believes with a child-like innocence simply because he says he’s the devil and he says he doesn’t lie.”

In episode 18 of season two, Chloe’s fridge is decorated by a childlike drawing of the devil, complete with horns and a pointy tail, that could only have been drawn by Trixie.

This season two easter egg may have revealed Trixie has already accepted the truth about Lucifer, and their friendship will stay much the same when he finally owns up to the detective’s pride and joy.

Lucifer seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. Lucifer season 4 is available to stream on Netflix.

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