watch Lucifer (all seasons) online

The sixth season — and final — season of Lucifer premiered on September 10, 2021, completing a run which began five years earlier, in 2016. If you’re new to Lucifer, you have a choice of 93 episodes to enjoy — all of which are relatively easy to access. Read on to find out how to watch every season of Lucifer online from abroad (including outside the US).

It’s important to note that we don’t recommend watching Lucifer via third-party sources. These are frequently taken offline without warning and usually don’t offer as high-quality video as official broadcasters. Besides, it’s possible to stream Lucifer for free in several countries, so regardless of your location, there’s very little reason to use unreliable, unofficial sources.

Lucifer can only be viewed on region-locked streaming services. For this reason, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to continue watching while traveling abroad.

How to watch Lucifer from abroad

Even if you’re completely new to VPNs, it shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes to get set up.

Here’s how to watch Lucifer (all seasons) from anywhere:

  1. Start by choosing a suitable VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN although ExpressVPN and Surfshark are two fantastic low-cost options.
  2. Download the appropriate app for your device. Be sure to install apps on every device you use for streaming.
  3. When you’re ready, log in and choose a VPN server in a country that is streaming Lucifer.
  4. Log into the account of your chosen streaming provider. If you don’t already have an account, note that subscription-based services normally require a payment method tied to an address.
  5. Try playing an episode of Lucifer. In most cases, it should load without any issues. If you’re having trouble, clear your cookies and try again, use a different server, or ask your VPN’s support team for more in-depth advice.

How to watch Lucifer for free on US TV

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If you’re in the US, it couldn’t be easier to stream Lucifer seasons 1–6 online. Every episode is available on Netflix US. Lucifer is also available on TNT.

If you have access to neither, you can rent individual episodes for $1.99 from Apple TV, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and Amazon Prime Video.

If you have a Netflix subscription and are outside of the US temporarily, you’ll need a VPN to stream Lucifer. Luckily, NordVPN offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to try it risk-free and watch Lucifer from anywhere.

Where can I watch Lucifer outside of the US?

There are plenty of popular shows released in the US that take months, if not years, to reach fans in other countries. The good news is that Lucifer isn’t one of these; take a look below to see how you can watch wherever you are:


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All six seasons of Lucifer are available in Netflix’s British library. Netflix UK subscription plans begin at £5.99 per month with adverts or £10.99 without. Alternatively, you can watch the first three seasons for free over on My5. You’ll need to create an account first, but this doesn’t require a UK address to do.

Several streaming platforms allow you to rent individual episodes. Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video charge £1.89 per episode. YouTube and Google Play charge £1.99 per episode.

Netflix UK and My5 are both geo-restricted. This means that if you’re outside the UK, you might not be able to watch Lucifer without the help of a British VPN server.


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Canadians can watch all seasons of Lucifer on Netflix. Subscriptions cost $5.99 a month with adverts, and $16.49 a month without.

Netflix is geo-restricted, but you can access its regional libraries as normal while abroad by using a VPN to get a Canadian IP address.

The cheapest option for renting individual episodes of Lucifer is Apple TV, which charges $2.49. YouTube and Google Play both charge $2.99.

How to watch Lucifer without Netflix

While Netflix is the best place to stream Lucifer in most countries, there are a couple of other services that carry this show.

For instance, British fans can stream the first three seasons for free on My5 — the video-on-demand service offered by Channel 5.

What do we know about Lucifer season 6?

Lucifer discovers that he has a child with Chloe in the future — helpfully revealed by said child time-travelling back to prove it. Unfortunately, it’s also revealed that, in the future, Lucifer inexplicably leaves both mother and child.

The rest of the season is concerned with Lucifer working out what would make him do such a mortifying thing. While trying to piece things together, Lucifer discovers his true purpose… and it’s not to become the next God.