Comic-Con brings an exciting surprise to the crime drama.
It's been six years since he last hit the small screen, but Tom Welling is set to make a grand return in the third series of Fox's 'Lucifer' coming this Fall. The announcement was made by the show's producers over the weekend at San Diego Comic-Con.
Tom Welling at 'Draft Day' premiere
On Saturday (July 22nd 2017), it was revealed that the 40-year-old - who played Clark Kent in the TV series 'Smallville' which ended back in 2011 - will be playing something of a rival to lead actor Tom Ellis' character Lucifer Morningstar, who is the Devil on Earth helping the LAPD to solve crimes.
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The BBC show - written and starring Miranda Hart - could be back on our screens again soon
Popular BBC sitcom, Miranda, looks like it’s in talks to return to our screens after a two and half year break. The comedy show is one of a number of shows that moved from BBC One to BBC Two due to its huge rise in ratings but - after three series - creator, Miranda Hart pulled the plug: disappointing many fans in the process.
Comedian Miranda Hart could be bringing her self-titled show back
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Tom Ellis and various other celebrities gathered on Saturday night for Entertainment Weekly's annual Comic Con party held at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California, United States - Sunday 24th July 2016
The Devil decides to work his magic on the streets.
Who knew that damning the sinners of forgotten times in the fires of Hell could lose its appeal after a while? Well, indeed, that seems to be what's happened to the Devil himself, who's decided to retire to Los Angeles in favour of working for the police in this new detective series 'Lucifer'.
Tom Ellis plays the Devil in Lucifer
It might sound like an unusual place to want to spend your life; the City of Angels, while you are in fact the original fallen angel; but for Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), it's a refreshing change from his title as the Lord of Hell. As an earthly being, he decides to team up with the LAPD to help punish the criminals of America long before their deaths; a useful role, given that he can magically force anyone to tell the truth no matter how personal or embarrassing it is. Oh, he also has his own nightclub called Lux.