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  • To One Hell of a Fandom: Celebrating Lucifer Fans' Talent and Passion For The Devilish Show

    We took to asking Lucifer fans what their all time favourite fanarts, fanvideos, gifmakers and fanfictions were. Here you will find just a few of the ones that were given… Read More +
  • Lucifer Writer Chris Rafferty talks Episode 9's Deckerstar Panic Room Scene, Dan's Guilt and Redemption, Writing Lucifer's Goodbye's and more

    We think that Chris’s final episode of the series “Goodbye, Lucifer” is his best yet, so we brought him some questions. Spoilers ahead! Read More +
  • 10 Reasons Why I Like Nancy Drew (And Why You Might Too!)

    Now is the perfect time to cozy up on your couch to binge the CW’s Nancy Drew. Read More +
  • Sacrifices and Love: A Fitting End to One Hell of a Show (Lucifer Season 6)

    The team here at LCL Reviews takes a look back at all the moments that made us cry, laugh, and scream during Lucifer S6. Warning: SPOILERS. Read More +
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One of the best things about a fandom is not just the series itself, but it's the passion and talent. The imagination and creativity the fans place into the world. From lengthy and beautifully written fanfiction to incredible pieces of art, these contributions keep the fandom alive even after a show might be over and it's about time that was celebrated!



The Lucifer fanbase has been around since 2016 when the pilot aired (earlier if you had read the comics, though the series went in a different direction). Since then, there have been so many creative pieces of work surrounding the show put forward and it has only grown during the years and popularity. What started as the little devil show that could transformed into one of Netflix's biggest hits and the fans' passion for it played a big part in that.

Here at LCL we wanted to showcase some of these incredible creative outputs. We will preface by saying the works shown here only touch the surface of the vast amount of talent in this fandom! We implore you to look at all the others out there and we wish we could highlight them all but alas....

With spooky season in full swing and the weather turning cooler, people are looking for new shows to binge, so I want to make the case why now is the perfect time to cozy up on your couch to binge the CW’s Nancy Drew. Here are 10 reasons why I like Nancy Drew (and why you might too).

 

Season 3 of Sex Education is finally here! The long-awaited third season of the hit show has finally arrived for everyone on Netflix but the team here at LCL Reviews was lucky enough to screen the new season early and we have some THOUGHTS. For this review, we will be avoiding spoilers so you can read on even if you haven’t had a chance to watch all of season 3 yet. Without further ado, here is our spoiler free review.

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Thursday, 16 September 2021 10:37

7 things Fans want to see in Sex Education season 3

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We asked the fans what they are most looking forward to seeing or hoping to see in Sex Education's 3rd season. Here's 7 things you want to see.


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1. Otis and Maeve

Everyone is dying to know what happens next with Otis and Maeve after Isaac deleted Otis’s voicemail where he finally told Maeve he loved her.

LCL Reviews recently had the pleasure to interview Lucifer co-executive producer and writer Chris Rafferty. Chris has written for Lucifer since season 1 and is the mind behind of some of our favorite episodes including “A Priest Walks into a Bar” and “A Good Day to Die”, but we think that Chris’s final episode of the series “Goodbye, Lucifer” is his best yet. In this interview, Chris reflects on his heartbreakingly beautiful season 6 episode and the series as a whole. Spoiler warning: only read on after you’ve watched all of Lucifer Season 6.

 

WARNING: This interview contains spoilers for the final season of Lucifer. Do not read until after you’ve watched season 6.


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The team at LCL Reviews recently had the privilege to interview Lucifer showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich. Joe and Ildy have been a part of Lucifer since the very beginning and wrote or co-wrote 3 of the 10 episodes in the final season: Yabba Dabba Do Me, A Lot Dirtier Than That, and Partners ‘Til the End. In this interview, the dynamic duo discuss their episodes from Lucifer Season 6 and reflect on the series as a whole.



WARNING: This interview contains spoilers for the final season of Lucifer. Do not read until after you’ve watched season 6.

 

WARNING: the following article contains spoilers for Lucifer season 6, the final season. Do not read unless you’ve watched the new episodes.


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With the 6th and final season of Lucifer now available on Netflix, the team here at LCL Reviews thought we’d take a look back at all the moments that made us cry, laugh, and scream during Lucifer S6.

Warning: this article contains spoilers for Lucifer Season 6. Endgame spoilers. Don’t read on unless you’ve already watched the final season.


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The sixth and final season of Lucifer is almost here! Whether you’re planning on binging it all in one sitting or spacing it out over a few days, you’re going to need some sustenance to keep you fueled through all 10 episodes! Here is the definitive list of LuciSnacks to fuel you as you digest the final 10 episodes of the series.

Wednesday, 04 August 2021 15:22

Lucifer's Season 6 Promo Poster and Episode Runtimes

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Netflix dropped an amazing promo poster for season 6 which includes the cast surrounded by flames, Lucifer sitting in a chair as if on a throne, surrounded by his beloved friends and family and ultimate support team. On Instagram, Tom Ellis captions it "Six epic seasons, one epic conclusion."

 

This is it folks, the last ever season of our favourite devilish show. We recently asked the fans what they wanted to see in the remaining 10 episodes. This list is compiled with the most common answers so lets begin!


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