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Lucifer originally aired on FOX in America from 2016 until 2018. After FOX cancelled the show, Netflix saved the series and has renewed Lucifer for three more seasons. With Lucifer finding a new home on Netflix, the show has gathered an even bigger fanbase, spreading across the world. Express.co.uk has all the information you need to know regarding dubbing and subtitles for Lucifer.
How to watch Lucifer with dubbing and subtitles
Lucifer is filmed in Los Angeles and the show is shot entirely in English.
On the other hand, Netflix, the home of Lucifer is available in 190 countries.
Thankfully, there are many options for Lucifer fans who would prefer to watch the series in an alternative language or with subtitles.
Ahead of season five in August, Netflix released a “dub swap” video of Lucifer.
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The video titled The Best Of Lucifer In Other Languages was a montage of Lucifer’s best moments, spoken in other languages.
The tag line with the video reads: “Ever wonder what the Prince of Darkness, the Fallen Angel himself, might sound like in Turkish, or Japanese, or other languages?
“He is known for his silver tongue, after all.
“Check out this video to hear what fans in other countries hear when watching the dubbed versions of the urban fantasy.
“Who knows, maybe you’ll even think the German version adds some additional gravitas.”
According to the video, Lucifer can be dubbed in Turkish, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish and German. Subtitles are also available.
Lucifer can also be dubbed in Hindi on streaming platform Netflix.
Indian actor, voice actor, model and singer Chetanya Adib voices Lucifer Morningstar in the Hindi-language version of the series.
Adib is best known for his role as Kunjan Pratap Singh in the Hindi soap-opera show, Saat Phere on Zee TV.
Netflix UK customers can dub Lucifer in various languages including French, Hindi, Polish, Brazilian and Portuguese.
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Subtitle options include English, Arabic, Hindi, French and Polish.
To turn on dubbing and subtitles, Lucifer fans should click the speech bubble icon on the right-hand corner of the screen.
A drop-down box will then appear with all of the dubbing and subtitle options.
To watch Lucifer on Netflix, you can subscribe to Netflix from £5.99/$6.99 per month.
The first three seasons of Lucifer are available to stream and download on Amazon Prime in the UK.
Unfortunately, it appears Lucifer is only available in English and with English subtitles on Amazon Prime.
Express.co.uk has contacted Amazon Prime for clarification.
You can sign up for a 30-day free trial to watch Lucifer on Amazon Prime.
After the trial is complete, you can subscribe to Prime from £7.99 per month.
Alternatively, you can purchase episodes of Lucifer from £2.49 each or purchase the box set from £17.99.
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