How would we have made it through this year without the pure escapism of supernatural television shows? While the world around us burns down, we can take a little virtual vacation doing some police work with Lucifer, taking on the Upside-Down with the kids of Stranger Things, or roaming the French forests in Black Spot.
The country is on fire thanks to a sweltering August heatwave, so unless you have a walk-in fridge to hunker down in, we suggest you fill up a kiddie pool in the living room and settle down in front of the TV. And in this edition of the week’s best shows and movies to watch,
The launch of Warner Bros. new immersive global fan experience, DC FanDome, has superhero fans stoked for 24 hours of can’t-miss content. While many of our favorite DC-based TV shows passed on virtual Comic-Con off this year, they’re all showing up for DC FanDome, and TV Guide has the perfect must-watch panel list for you.
Holy hell, the trailer for Lucifer Season 5 is here! We were been kept in limbo after Season 4’s huge cliffhanger, and the show has slowly but surely been releasing bits and pieces of what to expect from this next stretch of episodes. The good news is that our patience has finally been rewarded, and if this
This year has been a difficult one for many reasons, so the fact that we have had to say goodbye to some of our very favorite shows hasn’t exactly helped to elevate the mood of 2020. There have been several feel-good favorites which came to their bittersweet conclusions this year, including Modern Family, Schitt’s Creek, and The Good
Update 2/28/20: TV Line reports that Lucifer executive producers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson have signed deals to stay on as co-shorunners if the series is picked up for a sixth season. The outlet reports that the last major hurdle to an official Season 6 renewal is leading man Tom Ellis, who is currently in
Lucifer is the little show that could. Ostensibly a buddy-cop procedural with grace notes of biblical drama, the comic book-based show is also the most self-aware and hilariously batty show on television. It is so delightfully wicked that it was saved by Netflix after it was canceled by Fox — and the show’s resurrection on
Well, consider us fooled! Earlier this fall, Lucifer star Tom Ellis mercilessly squashed rumors that he’d be part of the Arrowverse’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, but lo and behold, he showed up anyway! Lucifer made his Arrowverse debut very early into the third hour of the crossover, when Constantine (Matt Ryan) created a portal