Luther Season 4

Premiere Date, Full Episodes

Luther season 4 started airing on Tuesday, December 15, 2015. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S4E1 Episode 1

most recent episode S4E2 Episode 2


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Luther Scheduled to Leave Netflix in April 2019 - What's on Netflix - via Whats-on-netflix

Luther has been scheduled to leave Netflix on the 1st of April. It’s been almost 5 years since Luther first arrived on Netflix and the 5-year license for Netflix to stream the popular crime-drama is almost over. Just because the series is scheduled to leave it doesn’t mean it definitely will. A lot of BBC titles have been scheduled to leave within the next month but its highly possible a lot of shows will be getting a renewal.

Is Luther on all week? What time is it on BBC One TONIGHT? - via Realitytitbit

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Luther start time tonight: What time is Luther on tonight? - via Express

The promo after last night’s episode also revealed that episode two will see Benny Silver (Michael Smiley) kidnapped by Cornelius, the crime boss who believes Luther has something to do with the abduction of his son.

Luther, Series 5, BBC One review - welcome return for Idris Elba's maverick 'tec - The Arts Desk - via Theartsdesk

There’s a flash of insight from Detective Halliday looking at the crime scene photos and some hope that the scriptwriter is going to let her character be more than an irritation for Luther’s less than ethical police methods. And finally, here’s Ms Wilson! Hurrah. Can’t wait for the next episode...

'Luther' Creator Neil Cross Signs Exclusive Deal With FremantleMedia - via Hollywoodreporter

Added Harwood: “Neil is one of the greatest storytellers in the industry. He has an extraordinary ability in creating engaging and ambitious ideas with complex characters that audiences around the world have come to love. We’re hugely proud of the work we’ve done together on Hard Sun and looking forward to creating even more distinctive dramas together in the future."

Fan Buzz

It does make your moral compass sway somewhat, well that's ok ... *** On Season Three: Oh boy, just as tough to watch as the previous two seasons Not for me, thanks all the same Luther is a great detective, even though he's quite flawed, but in a way that's understandable, for many of us would have similar issues if we faced what he's faced. I apologize to all who have read this for making another biography, but I felt that he truly deserved this memoir.

Critics Reviews

    It is a lot of plot to take in, and most of it results in outrageously one-dimensional characters orbiting Idris Elba’s planet-sized onscreen presence. It would all feel superficial were it not for the diligence with which Luther connects the dots on its liminal through line, so as to try and present some idea behind <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]

    Half an hour in his body was just one of many, some mutilated, some cannibalised, all of them shown with the series’ usual stomach-churning detail. Very quickly Luther was in touching distance of the killer, a disturbed computer nerd played so brilliantly by acclaimed stage actor John Heffernan that I predict <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Benji Wilson]

    Without the visual panache of the first season to balance the occasionally thin material, it becomes hard to ignore that the characters are more words than people, vehicles for expository monologues that stand in for actual conflict. As everyone splits up and then comes together only to split up again, it becomes <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 4 [Chuck Bowen]

    The Brits are pioneers in the less-is-more approach to TV. Before we were fans of limited series and 10-episode cable seasons, they were pros at leaving audiences wanting more. But “Luther,” whose first season remains its best, is going on too long. Time to let the weary detective return to his cottage and <...> - by Boston Globe [Matthew Gilbert]

    I know I’m being manipulated by an onslaught of cuteness. I know that kids say the funniest things. I know this isn’t revolutionary programme-making but, goodness, it was brilliant. I laughed, I cried and I marvelled at the ability of small girls to get supremely excited by Frozen while all the boys rolled their <...> - by Observer (UK) [Elizabeth Day]


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