When Lucifer premiered last year, it became clear that FOX made the right decision in picking up the series as its ratings drew decent number for the network week by week. Now on its second season, the show continues to attract more viewers.
In case you’re not familiar with the show’s premise, Lucifer stars Tom Ellis as the title character who resigns his throne as the Lord of Hell and abandons his kingdom for the gorgeous, shimmering insanity of Los Angeles.
Co-produced by FOX and Warner Bros. Television, the show now has been renewed for a third season. With its growing popularity, people have become more curious as to whether or not Lucifer can be streamed in streaming channels like Netflix. If you’re searching to find the answer to the same question, this article might help.
Is Lucifer on Netflix?
As of now, seasons 1 and 2 of Lucifer are not yet included in the Netflix library. Although the show has amassed a huge following, Fox has not yet decided to distribute the show for a larger audience that Netflix has right now.
— Lucifer Writers Room (@LUCIFERwriters) December 3, 2016
It is worth noting however, that Netflix has already acquired exclusive SVOD rights for FX’s American Crime Story. Since FX and FOX are under the same parent company – Fox Television Network – it’s still likely that the latter may consider negotiating the same deal for Lucifer.
For now, you can stream the previous and future episodes of Lucifer on Hulu and on the network’s own digital platform, FOX Now. All you have to do is sign up for a subscription.
As of today, Hulu is offering a 14-day free trial for interested customers. You will be charged $7.99/month after the trial expires.
Other streaming options
If you’re not into streaming, there’s also an option where you can buy the episodes of Lucifer through Amazon.
You can also catch up by renting the DVD for only $4.99/month on Netflix.