Lucifer season 4 is now on Netflix

LUCIFER - Lucifer season 4 - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
LUCIFER - Lucifer season 4 - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix /

What’s new on Netflix today? It’s officially May 8, and that can only mean one thing: Lucifer season 4 is now on Netflix!

Lucifer season 4 is now on Netflix all over the world, and we all know what fans will now be doing. All 10 episodes of the fourth season of the Netflix original series is now available to stream on Netflix, as of 12:01 a.m. PT.

Lucifer was saved last year by Netflix after Fox canceled the show, and since then, fans have been eager to know just what Netflix will have in store for their much-loved Devil and Detective. After all, season 3 left everyone on quite the cliffhanger, and now we can finally learn the outcome of the suspense-filled finale!

Not only will fans get to see what happens after that jaw-clenching finale, but they will also get to meet some new faces in the new season. With Eve (Inbar Lavi) and Father Kinley (Graham McTavish) joining the new season along with Remiel (Vinessa Vidotto), one of Lucifer’s sisters, things promise to be very action-packed and even darker than ever.

Let’s not forget about Lucifer’s new look, the bat-like wings, and a lot more Devil.

With Netflix taking over in season 4, there is a lot more freedom for the creators. That means fans can see a lot more of Lucifer in this new season. We know that has certainly gotten us excited!

As mentioned, all 10 episodes of the season are now on Netflix, which means no more waiting week after week to see what happens next. We can binge-watch the new season right now, so let’s get to it.

While we do not have the power to draw out your deepest desires to then make a deal with you to get you to watch the show, what we can do is entice you in by simply saying: The Devil vacationing in LA and becoming a consultant for LAPD is something everyone will enjoy!

Those who have yet to delve into the world of the crime-solving Devil, all four seasons are available to watch on Netflix US and other countries. In the UK, the first three seasons are available to watch on Amazon Prime UK, while season 4 is streaming on Netflix.

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