Lucifer Season 2 cancelled; Episode 2 not airing this week because of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

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Lucifer is cancelled but only this week to give way to an important event. Lucifer series fans are worried that their favorite show is not airing on Monday, September 26. Quick to the rumors section were the speculations that the Lucifer Season 2 has been cancelled despite a good success in its first season.

However, the devil’s fans need not be worried because Fox, the carrier of the series, is just preempting the Lucifer Season 2 Episode 2 because of the 2016 US Presidential Debates which will air on Monday, the same nighttime slot which Lucifer covered.

Lucifer Season 2 Episode 2 is titled “Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire”.

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“The two major presidential candidates – Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump – will meet at Hofstra University in Long Island, NY, for the first of three presidential election debates,” the official Fox website stated about the scheduled debate.

“The debate will be divided into six segments of approximately 15 minutes each, on major topics to be selected by the night’s moderator, “NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt.”

It added that the debate could last more than the 90 minutes duration it is allotted and other Fox shows might be preempted as well.

Tom Ellis stars as Lucifer Morningstar, who is roaming the earth because he does not want to be the devil anymore although he still uses his powers to deal with people. Lauren German stars as Chloe Decker, the homicide detective who has came close to the devil and asked his help in some of her cases.

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Lucifer fans can stop worrying about the Lucifer cancelled rumors this week as schedule state that Episode 2 airing will resume on Monday, October 3. For the meantime, for the Lucifer fanatics they can watch Donald Trump debate first.

Photo courtesy: Twitter/LuciferonFox

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