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Need another reason to watch Lucifer?
June 22nd, 2020 under Lucifer. [ Comments: 1 ]

Lucifer was too hot for broadcast television, so Netflix resurrected it. So far, we have seen him be very good at being very bad for the fourth season of the hot show. Today, we got to find out when we will see more of him (Is there much more left of him for us to see?) for its fifth season.

The season that was promoted as its last one will begin streaming on August 21st. A perfect day because it will be as hot on the outside as it will be inside our homes watching Tom Ellis.

Seriously, if you have never seen the show that is so devilishly good, what are you waiting for? When Lucifer was on Fox, it was one of few shows I had to watch live as it aired. I couldn’t wait to find out what happened next.

When it comes to its sixth season, if Ellis won’t sign on for it, then give Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) her own spinoff. Her character as a bounty hunter really deserves one.


Lucifer had one helluva a ride…
June 6th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

And it ain’t over yet!

Netflix announced today that it picked up Lucifer for a fifth season. That is the good news. The bad news is that it will be its last one. But then again we got two more seasons than we would’ve have gotten had Netflix not resurrected it. Therefore, I am not complaining.

Although, I was not fully in love with the fourth season as much as I was with the first three. I hope for the final season they go back to making the show as devilishly good as it was. Which I think they will now. Now that they have nothing to lose. I am sure they are going to go for it and it will even make the devil proud.

Hopefully, they will not kill everyone off because I want Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) to get her own spinoff. Maze the Bounty Hunter From Hell would most definitely be a hit.


Bummer the Lucifer trailer has him wearing clothes
April 25th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

The first trailer for Lucifer’s fourth season is out now and I don’t need the Devil to disguise himself as a snake to tempt me like he tempted Eve to watch it. On that note, the World’s first woman is joining the series for its first season on Netflix. Which seems very appropriate to me.

Even though there was no nudity or cursing in the trailer, you can tell this season will not be as innocent as it was on Fox. So get the apples ready because you are going to need them when the show starts streaming on May 8th. For energy, yeah, that’s it. That’s the ticket.


Anyone else wet for Lucifer?
April 10th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: 1 ]

Netflix announced the premiere date for Lucifer today and it will be back in less than 666 hours. He is rising on May 8th and ladies, I think, if we could get a rise that promo would definitely do it to us. Looks like the fourth season is going to be hotter than hell. Could be because the Devil is up here and not done there.

I have so missed this show and I am so excited that Netflix saved it. I cannot wait for the nudity and cursing to begin. It was two of the biggest things missing from the show when it was on Fox.


We will be seeing more of Tom Ellis on Netflix’s Lucifer
April 5th, 2019 under Lucifer. [ Comments: none ]

Evil Fox cancelled Lucifer, but heavenly Netflix saved it. While that is enough to get us fans all excited, today they gave us even more of a reason to be happy that it switched homes.

We will be seeing the Devil’s tail. Just not the one on the back of his body. If you get what I mean. You don’t? Then watch the above promo for it to be spelled out for you.

The only thing that was missing from this promo, besides Tom Ellis’ clothes, is when season 4 will debut. I don’t know about you, but when it does, I will be binging this devilishly good show, hard. I will be Netflix and chilling all by myself. Not by choice, but that is a whole other story.

If you have not seen all of Lucifer, not that type of all of Lucifer, but as in the PG13 version of the show, then you can watch the first three seasons on Netflix now.


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