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Getting down with the devil you know in Lockdown: hell-bound series to binge watch

Better the devil you know than the one you don’t, right? At least that’s what I’m telling myself as I cosy up to various versions of the Dark Lord onscreen during the lock down ๐Ÿ˜‰

Hail Satan with these binge watch-worthy shows:

Lucifer

Lord, is there anything hotter than Tom Ellis spreading his, uh, wings, and sporting that devilish smile?

Ellis stars in this adaptation of the Neil Gaiman and DC comicbook character as the tired and fed up Fallen One who abdicates his throne to run a LA nightclub and solve crimes with his will they/won’t they love interest Detective Chloe Decker.

While Season 5 will soon be raising all kinds of hell on the Internet, the streaming god Netflix has announced it’s picked the series up for a sixth and final season with this tongue-in-cheek PSA:

Catch up on Seasons 1 to 4 before 21 August!

American Horror Story:Apocalypse

Who’s hotter than Satan? His spawn, obviously, and oh my, is Cody Fern as Michael Langdon, ill-begotten son of the Prince of Darkness and Vivien Harmon in American Horror Story: Apocalypse, HOT!

The Antichrist brings three seasons’ storylines and cast together of Ryan Murphy’s popular show and gives Sarah Paulson’s Supreme Witch a run for her money.

You needn’t have watched the first and third seasons to enjoy this one but it’s worth the look-see at Michael’s unholy conception – can anyone say full body rubber suit?

Good Omens:

Technically, David Tennant plays Crowley, a demon of Hell who was a serpent in the Garden of Eden and must stop the present day Son of Satan from bringing about the end of the world, but I am mentioning him because I love it when a good Doctor Who goes bad!

Blame it on the fact that he was deliciously dark as Jessica Jones’s villain Kilgrave and now I willing to follow him down any dark path… especially one that includes a rocking Queen soundtrack.

Good Omens, which also stars Michael Sheen and my favourite Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch as Lucifer ,is only six episodes long so get to it!

Prefer the God of Love to the Dark Lord? Read all about how I fell head over heels in love with rom com series Four Weddings and a Funeral.

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