From heaven to Stumptown.
Inbar Lavi, who played Eve on Lucifer, will soon appear on ABC’s freshman drama Stumptown.
The Lucifer alum is set to join the Cobie Smulders-led PI drama as Max, a skilled, thrill-seeking car thief who is wrapped up in a sophisticated auto theft ring.
The new drama, based on a graphic novel of the same name, follows Smulders’ PTSD-riddled ex-Marine Dex as she navigates her way into the world of private investigating in Portland while battling her own demons.
Jason Richman created and executive produces the series.
Richman also serves as co-showrunner alongside executive producer Matt Olmstead.
Ruben Fleischer, David Bernad, Greg Rucka (who wrote the graphic novel), Justin Greenwood and Matthew Southworth also exec produce.
Inbar has booked a three-episode guest arc.
Her credits also include two seasons of Bravo’s The Imposters, along with roles on Prison Break, The Last Ship and Gang Related.
Stumptown airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.
Inbar is fresh off a recurring role on Fox-turned-Netflix drama Lucifer.
There’s no official word on whether she’ll return for Season 5, but it now appears unlikely.
Despite the budding attraction between Maze and Eve at the end of Season 4, Eve left town to find out who she really was outside of a relationship.
Showrunner Joe Henderson has said that “in whatever way, that’s not the last you’ve seen of Eve.”
This could mean anything from a shout-out to Eve somewhere in Season 5 or a guest appearance.
There is a growing consensus that a serial killer will be on the loose in the final season, so perhaps Eve could be one of his victims?
Inbar has also tweeted that she’ll be attending LOVE FanFfest next year:
— LOVE Fan Fest (@lovefanfest) November 17, 2019
LOVE Fan Fest is a three day festival with the goal of promoting, creating and defending a better LGBT representation in National and International media, either TV or the film industry.
Meanwhile, Lucifer writers recently revealed the title of the Season 5 mid-season cliffhanger: Spoiler Alert.
— Lucifer Writers Room (@LUCIFERwriters) November 20, 2019
It will be directed by Detective Douche himself, Kevin Alejandro.
Attribution:The Hollywood Reporter