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What shows to watch when Lucifer ends

FOX series Lucifer is currently in its third fantastic season, however, it will be ending soon with its finale coming on May 14th.

With fans having to wait another year for season 4, here are some shows to watch in that duration.


This show is a modernised retake from the 1980’s surrounding two of America’s richest families, the Carrington’s and the Colby’s.

Though the drama TV series only has a rating of 6.7/10 on IMDb, the back and forth encounters for control over the family’s kids and their success make it a must see series.

Lucifer fans can relate to the tense vibe that the show puts off and it’s lingering to reveal different truths about certain characters. These are elements that make shows very interesting to watch and there is no doubt Dynasty can be of fans service while Lucifer makes its return for another season next year.

Currently in its debut season, episode 18 Don’t Con a Con Artist is available on April 6.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Now in its fifth season, Brooklyn nine-nine is a comedy/crime genre based show that will leave you completely satisfied and that is echoed by its 8.3/10 rating.

The nucleus of the FOX series is about talented, yet immature detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) who works in Brooklyn’s 99th precinct. He endures instant conflict with new commanding officer Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher) given the captains stern and serious approach to work.

If Lucifer fanatics pay close attention, the relationship between Peralta & Holt and Lucifer & Chloe show off distinctive similarities.

Both Captain Holt and Detective Chloe are very similar in how serious they are about their jobs in the force and that they have no real time to play around and show off any sense of humour.

Lucifer can be a lot like Jake in the sense that both often use humour when working cases and are regularly called out for not acting how you should when working in the field.

Episode 18 of season five airs April 29.


Suits is a drama/comedy series that debuted in 2011 and is a show that has gained a lot of popularity.

Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a marvellous young college drop-out who lands a job with one of New York City’s best legal closers, Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht).

Their impressive and invaluable partnership is showcased throughout the shows seven seasons and their secret must be kept, even from the duos managing partner Jessica (Gina Torres) and more importantly Mike’s rival Louis (Rick Hoffman), who wants to make his life as difficult as possible.

Like Lucifer and Dynasty, this show also offers an anxious element, which is used to draw fans in.

Likewise with Brooklyn nine-nine, Lucifer and Suits have a two-person relationship at the forefront of it’s production and all three shows highlight the difference between each member, but more valuably, how their respective personalities formulate a formidable duo.

The shows next episode appears on April 11.

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