Top 10 Lucifer filming locations

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Lucifer Morningstar a.k.a. the Devil a.k.a. Satan a.k.a. the hottie from L.A. Although our unloved king of the underworld has decided to live in Los Angeles, Vancouver is also in the game.
Réalité/fiction Lucifer
Réalité/fiction Lucifer

The Devil decided to take a vacation and set up shop as a nightclub owner in Los Angeles. By a curious set of circumstances, he becomes a consultant for the police with Lieutenant Chloe Decker. Adapted from the comics of Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith and Mike Dringenberg, the series was first produced by Fox for three seasons. due to bad media reviews and low ratings, the series was cancelled. Netflix decides in 2018 to take over for a fourth season. A few days ago, the streaming giant announced its fifth and final season. While waiting for these last episodes to air, here is our top 10.

1. Sunset Tower

Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) is actually the devil. In exile on Earth after rebelling against his father and his responsibility to run Hell, Lucifer is enjoying himself by founding his nightclub, Lux, and staying in the same building, in a penthouse. Lucifer’s car, to which he is particularly attached, is a 1962 Chevrolet Corvette C1. Built in 1929, the Sunset Tower has hosted big names such as John Wayne and Howard Hughes.

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Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) helps the Los Angeles Police Department, including his beloved detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German), solve criminal cases. The aerial views seen in the series are actually of the Parker Center in Los Angeles, the former police headquarters in operation from 1954 to 2009. Lucifer is inspired by one of the secondary characters of a comic book created by Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, published by DC Comics between 1989 and 1996.

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3. Griffith Observatory

Special episode on alternative earth. God is the narrator and explains to us how some people, despite all his efforts, still meet each other. Chloe (Lauren German) and Lucifer (Tom Ellis) are among them. While Chloe, an actress in crime films, decides to investigate the murder of one of her colleagues in the Lucifer nightclub, the two companions of misfortune find themselves on one of the fictitious film sets, at the Griffith Observatory. In this 26th episode of season 3, the voice of God is Neil Gaiman’s. Creator of the character of Lucifer, it was normal for the writer to pass for the father of the fallen angel. Created in 1935, the Griffith Observatory attracts locals and tourists alike for its planetarium, its exhibitions and its panorama.

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4. Dorris Place Elementary School

Dorris Place Elementary School - Lucifer
Dorris Place Elementary School – Lucifer

Chloe and Dan had an adorable little girl together named Trixie, a Lucifer lover in a good way. In the pilot, the opportunity is given to see his school, Dorris Place Elementary School.

Address: 2225 Dorris Place, Los Angeles, USA

5. Long Beach

Lucifer (Tom Ellis) requires the help of Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) on this Long Beach after his wings are stolen. It is also at the same place that his faithful demon Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) cuts his wings for the first time. And you never forget your first time.

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6. The Westin Bayshore Hotel

In the eighth episode of the first season, Lucifer and Chloe (Lauren German) investigate the murder of psychiatrist Bernard Shaw. The Westin Bayshore has very little detail. It is in the sixth episode of the third season that the locations are much more exploited. The name of the fictitious hotel, La Marida, is then revealed. All traces of The Westin Bayshore have been erased to make us believe in a little getaway to Las Vegas. Tom Ellis gets $50,000 per episode to play the lord of the underworld. The Westin Bayshore, a Marriott hotel, was built in 1961 as The Bayshore Inn.

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7. Grouse Mountain Lodge, Canada invites itself into Lucifer

Direction Canada. Maze is in the midst of searching for a very clever fugitive who has taken refuge in a beautiful cottage in Canada. The scenes were shot north of Vancouver, at Grouse Mountain Lodge to be precise. For the first time in the show, the neighboring country of the United States is honored.

Address: Grouse Mountain Lodge, North Vancouver, Canada

8. Six Flags Magic Mountain

Forced to work together, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Daniel (Kevin Alejandro) must get their hands on Beckett (Madeleine Coghlan), a hotheaded teenager suspected of murder in an investigation. After incredible twists and turns, a cancellation by FOX, rescue by Netflix thanks to fan activism and repeated “final season” announcements, the series Lucifer will come to an end after 6 seasons.

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9. Gerald Smith Church, a church for Lucifer

Gerald Smith Church - Lucifer
Gerald Smith Church – Lucifer

The pilot is very rich in splendid filming locations. The Wayfarers Chapel is one of them, used to be the Gerald Smith Church. It’s in this magical place that Lucifer decides to interrupt Jimmy Barnes’ wedding to question him about Delilah’s murder. For better or worse.

Address: Wayfarers Chapel, 5755 Palos Verdes Dr S, Rancho Palos Verdes, USA

10. Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Rosewood Hotel Georgia - Photo Wikimedia Commons by Wpcpey
Rosewood Hotel Georgia – Photo Wikimedia Commons by Wpcpey

Another popular camera location in Vancouver. In Lucifer, it is in this establishment that Chloe infiltrates a party with the help of Charlotte Richards to confuse a mob boss. In Arrow it is the Ballroom Hotel, in iZombie the Koma Grand Hotel and in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the White House.

Address: 801 W Georgia Street, Vancouver, Canada

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By Damien Duarte

Monday, June 17, 2019

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