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Lauren German Pays Her Respect To ‘The Lucifer Team’ For Their Selfless Works During The Difficult Days

Lauren German Pays Her Respect To ‘The Lucifer Team’ For Their Selfless Works During The Difficult Days

The love of Lucifer in Netflix’s famous series, actress Lauren German took Instagram to share a message thanking the entire cast and crew of Lucifer for working very hard during a pandemic.

Lucifer is the American fantasy detective comedy-drama series, which was created by Tom Kapinos. After four fantastic seasons, the first part of the fifth season has been released on Netflix this year.

The production is trying to complete the filming of the second part of the 5th season by taking the necessary precautions during the pandemic process because later they should begin shooting the 6th season.

In season one part one, Lucifer went back to hell for everyone’s safety and said a hard goodbye to the detective, Chloe Decker. As Decker tried to adjust to Lucifer’s absence, Lucifer’s twin Michael appeared, but Decker was not late to realize the difference. While trying to solve many events together, the couple who love each other still could not be fully happy and Lucifer’s father steps in.

On Friday, the beautiful 42-year-old actress, normally prefers to share her life with her dog Pepper on her Instagram account, but this time she expressed her gratitude to the Lucifer team, which has now become a family to her, for their selfless work in these difficult times.

In the caption of her post, the beautiful actress started by mentioning the entire crew of Lucifer because as she pointed out they were the most hardworking special lovely group she has known in Hollywood.

Here’s the caption:

“To the entire crew of Lucifer: without a doubt, you all are the most talented hard working courageous special lovely group of exquisite individuals I’ve thus far known in this business.

I want to take this time to honor our crew and production team and let them feel loved for showing up for work every day during a pandemic and doing their very best to make this machine work.”

Furthermore, she explained that she wanted to honor the crew and the production team and let them know they are loved and admired for doing their best during a pandemic. German concluded her words by saying that she was proud to work with such a courageous group of people and wished them a happy holiday.

She continued:

“We are lucky to have you. I Lauren, honor you and adore you all. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You make me proud. Have a safe Happy Holiday.”

Check out the post below.

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