LUCIFER: Season 3 premieres Monday on Amazon Prime and on the CW on May 1, 2019.
The fourth season of the Netflix original series, premiering Monday, May 1 on Amazon, follows the adventures of the American-born American criminal Luciene Konosububa (Konosubas), a woman who has come to the United States to help fight the spread of the virus, while simultaneously facing the consequences of her actions and living in a country where the government is increasingly desperate to stop it.
The first season aired on March 25, 2018.
In an exclusive preview for EW, series stars Kaitlyn D’Angelo and Jason Ritter shared their excitement at the opportunity to work with the cast and crew of the show.
“I am so excited to work on a show like Luciens, and to be working with all of you, as well as the writers and actors on the show, was a dream come true,” D’Albany said.
“I look forward to bringing this story to life.
I can’t wait to start shooting the season and then getting back to my roots in Hollywood.”
Konusubas is the first major DC Comics character to be featured on a series for Netflix.
In October, Netflix announced the introduction of two new DC series, Batman: The Enemy Within and Cyborg: Rebirth, on the streaming service.
In March, DC Comics unveiled the first two of the series, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.
In January, D’Arcy Toth, who plays DC’s Legends of Wonder Woman, revealed she would be making her Netflix debut in the series.
D’Artis’ character is the third member of the Justice League to make her Netflix Netflix debut, joining Flash and Green Lantern.
The actress has been working on her own project, The Black Widow, which will air on Netflix in 2019.
D’Arcys character is one of the most powerful and versatile DC Comics heroes of all time.
The Black Lantern Corps, as the team is known, is comprised of Black Lanterns who are tasked with protecting the world from threats like Doomsday, The Joker and Doomsday’s deadly Doomsday Machine.
D’s character was created by writer Charles Soule in 1977 and first appeared in the Flash #7 (1976).
She’s the first DC character to appear on Netflix and her character is also the first to be portrayed by a black woman in the superhero genre.
D-Artis is the second Black Lantern in the DC Comics universe after Diana Prince.