Hello, everyone, and welcome to Part One of Fangirlish’s four part episodic review of Lucifer Season 5! Before we get into the nitty gritty, I would like to give a small disclaimer and state that I am writing these reviews in real time. This means that, at the time ofRead More →

The second part of DCFandome took place last weekend, and there was a lot of information released about some of our favorite shows, from Stargirl to the hotly anticipated Superman and Lois, to, of course, Lucifer, which IS a DC property. But one of the best parts of the LuciferRead More →

Lucifer, Netflix’s beloved adopted child, premiered it’s fifth (and second to last) season this Friday, and it’s already number one worldwide, according to Forbes. The show that follows the original villain’s journey on Earth has plenty of amazing moments, and here are seven of them, in no particular rating, startingRead More →

The wait is about to end, Lucifans! Tomorrow at this time we will be able to talk about all the surprises that Lucifer season 5 has in store. In the meantime, you know that my partner in crime AKA Lizzie and I have been sharing our reaction to certain moments in allRead More →

Last Friday Lucifer, Netflix’s original series, came back with a brand new season! Fans had been anxiously waiting for a year for the beloved series about the crime solving devil to come back. Now that it’s back, we of course have to talk about what we liked. So here’s aRead More →

Now this is the kind of news I want during quarantine! WaterTower Music has released soundtracks for both Lucifer: Seasons 1-5 (Original Television Soundtrack) and DC’s Stargirl: Season 1 (Original Television Score). The releases are available on all platforms right now, and they will also be available at the onlineRead More →

Chloe Decker doesn’t always get the respect she deserves. That’s very typical of female characters, in general, we’ve all grown up in a very male-oriented society, and even the best of us sometimes fall into the trap of holding women – fictional or otherwise – to different standards than men.Read More →