Pilot Episodes of "Lucifer," "Minority Report" & More Leak Online

Pilot episodes of Fox's "Lucifer" and "Minority Report" as well as NBC's "Blindspot" and "Carmichael Show" have appeared on several piracy websites as of Monday morning at 2 am EST, Variety reports.

According to antipiracy analytics firm Excipio, "Lucifer" has already gathered more than 141,000 torrent clients across the globe, while the pilot for "Minority Report" has received 111,000+ and "Blindspot" has 81,000+. Excipio also reports that the copies are both authentic and have no digital watermark. The source of the leak is unclear at this time.

Written by Tom Kapinos ("Californication") and directed by Len Wiseman ("Underworld"), "Lucifer" stars Tom Ellis ("Once Upon a Time," "Doctor Who") as the Lord of Hell who, bored and unhappy, resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for Los Angeles. There, he gets his kicks helping the police punish criminals. Kapinos developed the project, based on the Vertigo series written by Mike Carey and illustrated by Peter Gross, Ryan Kelly and Dean Ormston. Fox plans a mid-season release for the show in early 2016.

Set in Washington, D.C., a decade after the dismantling of Precrime -- the law-enforcement agency tasked with identifying and eliminating criminals, before their crimes were committed -- "Minority Report" follows precog Dash (Stark Sands), who has returned in secret to help police detective Lara Vega (Meagan Good) attempt to stop the murders from his terrifying visions. "Minority Report" premieres Monday, Sept. 21, at 9 pm. ET/PT on Fox.

Co-created by Greg Berlanti ("Arrow," "The Flash"), "Blindspot" stars "Thor" star Jaime Alexander as the amnesiac "Jane Doe," who's discovered naked in Times Square, her body covered in intricate tattoos -- one of which is the name of FBI Agent Kurt Weller. She and the FBI quickly realize each mark on her body is a crime to solve, leading them closer to the truth about her identity. Premiering Sept. 21 on NBC, "Blindspot" also stars Sullivan Stapleton and Audrey Esparza.

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