They're all on Netflix, at least in Australia
I believe that it had always been a 5 year plan so hopefully that means that they've planned out a decent ending rather than a 'you're gonna be cancelled' one.
I more wonder why a 6000 year old angel still has daddy, brother and momma issues and also still doesn't know how to handle his emotions. Solving crimes is one thing, moping around because of a woman is something an immortal should be well past. I don't mind the idea of him falling in love or some shit just that this shouldn't be his first rodeo.I really tried to get into it in the beginning. I even tried to go into separating it from the source material but I just couldn't. I would've at least appreciated it if they would have bothered to get the characterization of Lucifer, but they decided to turn him into an annoying child.
The police procedural stuff just doesn't make any sense to me. Why would a 10+ billion year old abstract entity give a shit about solving cases for the LAPD?
I don’t like how they made a 180 on detective douche. He was a corrupt piece of shit who almost got his wife killed in S1 and had next to no real redemption arc and yet they’re trying to make him sympathetic and bang various hotties.
It's pretty good, Season 3 is where the wheels start to fall off because it's 24 episodes (26 with the bonus episodes) long.I remember watching Lucifer back when it premiered in 2016, but only got a few episodes in. I've only just now started up again, and it's a pretty good time.
At the beginning of Season 2 now, and got introduced to .......... Mom.. This should certainly be entertaining. =]
Not necessarily. S4 was the best season and the tight pacing and lack of padding helped with that. I think 16 is probably a sweet spot, though. Hopefully it'll be long enough to develop its arc and let it breathe without adding filler.