Lucifer

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  • TV-14
  • 2016
  • 6 Seasons
  • 8.1  (298,269)

In this fantasy, a fallen angel gets tired of living in hell and wanders into the earthly world of humans looking for fun. When he gets wrapped up in some criminal activity there, he starts to feel like he might not be such a bad guy after all. The series is based on characters created by comic-book legend Neil Gaiman. The series follows the exploits of Lucifer, the infamous fallen angel who is the CEO of Hell. Having become bored with the Underworld, he heads instead to Los Angeles, where he opens a nightclub. He also works as a consultant for the LA police force after he accidentally becomes involved in a murder investigation. He develops a relationship with a female police detective, who provides plenty of relationship-based drama for the adventurous demon. The series walks the line between a supernatural soap opera series and a police procedural series, drawing upon both genres for its plot lines. The series' central character is drawn from The Sandman comic book series. Lucifer originated in that series before being given a spin off title of his own. The series debuted on Fox in 2016, but it was cancelled by that network after three seasons. Netflix acquired the series and produced a fourth and fifth season. A sixth and final season was announced in 2020. Early seasons of Lucifer received mostly negative reviews from critics, but later seasons received a more positive response. Both critics and viewers generally give the Netflix incarnation of the series high marks.

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Partners 'Til the End
10. Partners 'Til the End
September 10, 2021
Desperate to rescue Rory, Lucifer and Chloe confront her kidnapper with guns and wings blazing. Lucifer finally comes to terms with his purpose.
Goodbye, Lucifer
9. Goodbye, Lucifer
September 10, 2021
Lucifer tries to enjoy what may be his last day on Earth, Dan's killer escapes from prison, and Chloe drops a serious bombshell.
Save the Devil, Save the World
8. Save the Devil, Save the World
September 10, 2021
Lucifer says he's finally ready to be God, but his non-functioning wings would tend to disagree. Linda reluctantly shares the first draft of her book.
My Best Fiend's Wedding
7. My Best Fiend's Wedding
September 10, 2021
Just as Eve and Maze's wedding day arrives, Eve's ex, Adam -- yes, that Adam -- shows up hoping to reconcile. Later, Ella delivers some distressing news.
A Lot Dirtier Than That
6. A Lot Dirtier Than That
September 10, 2021
Wanting to do well on his first day with the LAPD, Amenadiel crosses paths with a racist detective from his past. Also, Lucifer tries to bond with Rory.
The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar
5. The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar
September 10, 2021
Not believing that he could have abandoned his future daughter, Lucifer sets out to prove an alternate theory: He must have been murdered.
Pin the Tail on the Daddy
4. Pin the Tail on the Daddy
September 10, 2021
Lucifer reconnects with a few former flames in hopes of disproving Rory's claim. Dan tries to find someone -- anyone -- who can actually see him.
Yabba Dabba Do Me
3. Yabba Dabba Do Me
September 10, 2021
Loony Lucifer and cartoon Chloe find themselves trapped in an animated loop. Amenadiel prepares for his new job. Dan returns to the city of angels.
Buckets of Baggage
2. Buckets of Baggage
September 10, 2021
Desperate to be helpful, Lucifer assists an exasperated Carol investigate a drag queen's death. Ella and Chloe look into Carol's mysterious background.
Nothing Ever Changes Around Here
1. Nothing Ever Changes Around Here
September 10, 2021
Before Lucifer starts his new job, he and Chloe experience a magical night with a murderous end. Linda and Amenadiel host Maze and Eve for dinner.
Tom Ellis On Playing Lucifer Is The Most Fun He's Had As An Actor
Tom Ellis On Playing Lucifer Is The Most Fun He's Had As An Actor

Behind the Scenes - 16 sec

Tom Ellis On How Lucifer Paints The Devil In A New Light
Tom Ellis On How Lucifer Paints The Devil In A New Light

Behind the Scenes - 17 sec

Tom Ellis On Was He A Devil Growing Up?
Tom Ellis On Was He A Devil Growing Up?

Behind the Scenes - 25 sec

Tom Ellis On How Lucifer Takes Its Inspiration From A Comic Book
Tom Ellis On How Lucifer Takes Its Inspiration From A Comic Book

Behind the Scenes - 50 sec

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Description

In this fantasy, a fallen angel gets tired of living in hell and wanders into the earthly world of humans looking for fun. When he gets wrapped up in some criminal activity there, he starts to feel like he might not be such a bad guy after all. The series is based on characters created by comic-book legend Neil Gaiman.

The series follows the exploits of Lucifer, the infamous fallen angel who is the CEO of Hell. Having become bored with the Underworld, he heads instead to Los Angeles, where he opens a nightclub. He also works as a consultant for the LA police force after he accidentally becomes involved in a murder investigation. He develops a relationship with a female police detective, who provides plenty of relationship-based drama for the adventurous demon.

The series walks the line between a supernatural soap opera series and a police procedural series, drawing upon both genres for its plot lines.

The series' central character is drawn from The Sandman comic book series. Lucifer originated in that series before being given a spin off title of his own. The series debuted on Fox in 2016, but it was cancelled by that network after three seasons. Netflix acquired the series and produced a fourth and fifth season. A sixth and final season was announced in 2020.

Early seasons of Lucifer received mostly negative reviews from critics, but later seasons received a more positive response. Both critics and viewers generally give the Netflix incarnation of the series high marks.

Lucifer is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (93 episodes). The series first aired on January 25, 2016.

Where to Watch Lucifer

Lucifer is available for streaming on the Netflix website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Lucifer on demand at Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 25, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (298,269)