Lucifer became a hit with fans, moving from FOX to Netflix — but among all its glory, ten episodes truly stand out on IMDb.
It’s no surprise that the show Lucifer became a grand hit with audiences when it premiered in 2015. It was a shock when it was announced that FOX wouldn’t be renewing the show for a fourth season. Fans were outraged and petitioned for it to be brought back.
Netflix answered fans’ pleas and took the show under their wing a month after FOX announced its cancellation. With the fourth season being a smash hit, in 2019 it was announced that Netflix would renew the show for its fifth and final season. Lucifer mixes the celestial with the drama of love and murder mystery, it’s no wonder the show’s episodes have such high ratings on IMDb.
A Good Day To Die (9.5)
Taking a reroute to season two, the episode, “A Good Day To Die” had fans holding their breath over the future of Chloe. The episode is the continuation of “Love Handles” where the team investigates a killer who forces individuals to make grave decisions to test his theory.
In the follow-up, Chloe is on the brink of death and only Lucifer can save her. He is willing to return to Hell to find the answer, but gets trapped in his own torturous Hell full of guilt. The events take a toll on Lucifer and he makes a hasty decision.
Quintessential Decker (9.5)
The IMDb list is getting shorts, but the episode ranking are only getting higher. In season three, the episode “Quintessential Decker” had fans in tears by the end result. Lucifer struggles to admit his feelings to Chloe, while Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) has recurring dreams of her time in Hell.
The team investigates the murder of the wife of a retired baseball player, Forest Clay. Charlotte assists in the investigation alongside Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). All the while, Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and Pierce (Tom Welling) devise a plan to get Pierce’s mark back. Things go wrong and cause unexpected death.
Save Lucifer (9.6)
“Save Lucifer” in season four brings about a lot of loose ends and new beginnings. The episode’s storyline revolves around the murder of a realtor sister. While the investigation takes place, Lucifer is changing and he can’t stop it. Chloe helps him realize the truth in order for him to return to normal.
While this occurs, a new bundle of joy enters the world while an evil one arrives. Eve (Inbar Levi) unknowingly brings about the beginning of the prophecy they were hoping to stop.
Who’s Da New King Of Hell (9.7)
“Who’s da New King of Hell”, is the final episode of season four and it left fans on a cliffhanger and with high anticipation for season five. While Lucifer is back to his good looking ways, the murder of a rapper is more complicated than it seems.
Dromos (Graham McTavish), a demon from hell, inhabits Earth and breaks Lucifer’s ban on bodily possessions. He wants nothing more than for Lucifer, his king, to return to his throne in Hell. Once realizing that Lucifer has no plans to return and to live life on Earth, he devises a plan. Only an angel can sit on the throne of Hell and he knows where to find one.
A Devil Of My Word (9.8)
The number one rated Lucifer episode, according to IMDb, goes to “A Devil of My Word” in season three. Following the aftermath left behind from “Quintessial Decker”, the team finds out the truth about Pierce. They devise a plan to catch his accomplices and bring him to justice.
Only Lucifer knows who he really is and how to kill him. In an effort to save Chloe, Lucifer puts himself in the crossfire and uses his wings to protect them. The episode takes a turn as Chloe is faced with who Lucifer really is and his true nature.