Netflix in September was dominated by three big TV shows including "Cobra Kai"—though a children's show about nursery rhymes gave a surprise challenge to series like "Away" and "Ratched."
"Lucifer" Season 6 is coming to Netflix, who have announced exactly how many episodes the beloved show will be ending with next year.
"Lucifer" Season 5, Part 2 is still a few months away, but cast and crew members have already started revealing what the next episodes have in store after the events of the midseason finale.
"Lucifer" fans are eagerly awaiting Season 5, Part 2 after bingeing the eight most recent episodes. Luckily, star Tom Ellis has teased those episodes will be coming to Netflix sooner than later.
"Lucifer" current season may not have released in full, but Season 6 has already been ordered by Netflix, and the cast and crew have already been spilling details about it.
"Lucifer" Season 5, Episode 2 may be a few months away, but showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich and cast members like Tom Ellis are dropping hints about the Netflix show's next episodes.
"Lucifer" Season 5 gets its first nude scene in pretty early as Michael comes to Earth—but not every fan is impressed by the naked moment.
"Lucifer" Season 5's first set of episodes is on Netflix now, and we have had some hints about when Part B of the season will be joining it.
The "Lucifer" Season 5 release time has been announced by Netflix, meaning that the time to see the latest eight episodes has nearly come.
"Lucifer" Season 5 is finally (partly) being released on Netflix, with the first episodes set to introducer new cast members and a major plot first teased by the series trailer.
What happens when a name like Karen becomes tainted by association with negative traits or actions? Judging by the Dicks, Berthas and Adolphs of the world, the future is not looking bright for Karen.
Tom Ellis is back but not as you know him, and the salacious drama has once again introduced a new biblical figure to add a bit of sinful intrigue.
"Lucifer" Season 5 finally has a release date–plus there's a tiny detail in the promo that already hints at the next season of the show.
Some "Lucifer" fans think that Tom Ellis has had a contract dispute that will see "The Vampire Diaries" star take his place in the Netflix show.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" may have dropped a major hint about John Constantine appearing in Season 5 of Lucifer on Netflix following Tom Ellis' surprise appearance in the Arrowverse crossover.
The former speaker of the House called Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh."