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Lucifer cast congratulate Kevin Alejandro on new TV comeback role

Lucifer cast members have shown that, despite the show coming to an end last year, they're all just as close and supportive of each other as ever. Actor Kevin Alejandro, who played Detective Dan Espinoza in all six seasons of Netflix drama Lucifer, has landed a major new TV role in CBS pilot Cal Fire, a drama about a firefighting program in northern California.
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Max Thieriot's Pilot 'Cal Fire' Adds Billy Burke and Kevin Alejandro

CBS's upcoming drama pilot, Cal Fire, has just gained two new cast members in Billy Burke and Kevin Alejandro. The series will star Max Thieriot as prison inmate Bode Donovan, who finds himself becoming a part of a firefighting program within the prison, bringing him back to his hometown. The show is said to be based on the early experiences of Thieriot, who will also serve as a co-writer and executive producer on the pilot. Tony Phelan and Joan Rater co-wrote the pilot with the SEAL Team and Bates Motel actor.
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Billy Burke & Kevin Alejandro Join Max Thieriot As Leads In CBS Pilot ‘Cal Fire’

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Billy Burke (Maid) and Kevin Alejandro (Lucifer) have been tapped as leads opposite Max Thieriot in CBS’ drama pilot Cal Fire, from Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Studios. The project is inspired by Thieriot’s experiences growing up in Northern California fire country and stems from an original idea by the actor, who also co-penned the story for the pilot with its writers, Tony Phelan and Joan Rater. In Cal Fire, Bode Donovan (Thieriot) is seeking redemption and a shortened prison sentence when he joins a firefighting program that returns him to his small Northern...

Lucifer cast congratulate Kevin Alejandro on new Netflix role

Lucifer alum Kevin Alejandro has landed a new Netflix role alongside a star-studded cast. Known for playing Detective Dan Espinoza on the supernatural dramedy starring Tom Ellis as the Lord of Hell, Alejandro is now onto a different gig. He will be lending his voice to a character in an upcoming animated series inspired by Riot Games' League of Legends.

‘Arcane’: Hailee Steinfeld, Ella Purnell & Kevin Alejandro Among Voice Cast For Netflix ‘League Of Legends’ Animated Series

Hailee Steinfeld (Hawkeye, Dickinson), Ella Purnell (Yellowjackets, Army of the Dead) and Kevin Alejandro (Lucifer, The Returned)  are among the actors who will lend their voices to the iconic characters of Riot Games’ League of Legends. Netflix has unveiled the voice cast for its upcoming animated series Arcane, inspired by the wildly popular video game title. Also joining the voice cast Katie Leung (Annika, Roadkill), Jason Spisak (DC Super Hero Girls, Young Justice), Toks Olagundoye (Big Shot, The Rookie), JB Blanc (Dota: Dragon’s Blood, The Owl House) and Harry Lloyd (Brave New World, Legion). Set to premiere this fall, Arcane is take place in...

'Lucifer' Star Kevin Alejandro Reveals Amazing Update About His Sister's Cancer Battle

Actor Kevin Alejandro, who plays Detective Daniel Espinoza on the Netflix series Lucifer, shared some good news about his younger sister's cancer battle on Saturday. Alejandro, 45, announced in 2019 that his sister Kimberly Hernandez was diagnosed with Stage IVB uterine cancer. Less than two years later, Hernandez is now cancer free, Alejandro wrote on Instagram.

LUCIFER: Kevin Alejandro digs deeper into the new season of the Netflix series – Exclusive Interview – Part 2

LUCIFER is now streaming its first five seasons on Netflix, with a sixth and final season coming later this year. In Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Kevin Alejandro, who plays LAPD Detective Dan Espinosa on LUCIFER and has directed four episodes, we talk about the episode “Daniel Espinosa: Naked and Afraid,” written by Mike Costa, adjusting to LUCIFER’s stop-and-start history, and more.

LUCIFER: Actor and director Kevin Alejandro on Season 5B and the musical episode – Part 1

LUCIFER follows its title character through a very complicated chronicle. At the outset, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) has gotten fed up with ruling Hell and has opened a nightclub in Los Angeles. He gets himself a gig as a police consultant, to the initial annoyance of LAPD Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German), but eventually, the pair fall in love – and she finds out Lucifer’s true identity.

Even Lucifer’s Kevin Alejandro Was Confused About Dan’s Season 5 Twist

Spoilers ahead for Season 5, Episode 15 of Netflix’s Lucifer, "Is This Really How It’s Going to End?!" Now that Season 5B of Netflix’s Lucifer has officially dropped, it’s time to talk about the many twists that happened in the final episodes. One twist that surely shocked fans was a certain character’s death at the hands of a Supernatural alum, and Kevin Alejandro, who portrayed Dan Espinoza up until his untimely death in the penultimate episode, is sharing his thoughts on what happened.

Kevin Alejandro to lead limited series Life During Wartime

The Lucifer star will also executive produce a limited series adaptation of Katie Rogin’s 2018 novel Life During Wartime, "which follows Jim Vargas, who suffers from PTSD and survivor’s guilt due to the blame he assumes for his brother’s death on 9/11," per The Wrap. "In the 2008 backdrop of the financial crisis, Vargas’ Iraq war veteran niece Nina Vargas goes missing after a nightmare-ish party with other vets. When no one searches for the missing vet he decides to investigate alongside her friend and former army nurse Lise Sheridan." Life During Wartime doesn't yet have a network or streaming home.

‘Lucifer’ star Kevin Alejandro shares reaction to season 5B twist

Lucifer star Kevin Alejandro has shared his thoughts about the shocking twist at the end of season 5B. The actor, who plays detective Dan Espinoza in the Netflix series, reflected on the sudden onscreen death of his character after being murdered on the order of Michael (Tom Ellis). “Yeah, it...