Spoiler alert! The following is the content of ‘Lucifer’ Season 6, including the series finale ‘Partners ‘Until the End’.
The devil has returned to Hell.
After six seasons, after one cancellation by Fox, the rescue of Netflix, and much romantic tension between Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) and detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German), “Match” has its sixth and final season arriving on Netflix on Friday. I said goodbye when I did. .
What began as a fantastic police process based on a character from Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” cartoon evolved into a myth-based drama about heaven, hell, and people shaking up the earth. The final episode still had some mysteries for Lucifer and his detective to solve, but most focused on the demon’s fight to find his place in the world. Whether he ascended to heaven to make his father a god. As a replacement, his beloved stayed in Los Angeles or elsewhere.
about 10 last The episode, “Lucifer,” tied up hanging plot threads, introducing a few new folds. The emotional and action-packed finale was fantastic, surprising and cathartic, and eventually made it to our list of the best series endings. We kept the landing and angel wings intact so as not to overdo the fan service.
Much of Season 6 revolves around the arrival of Rory from the Future (Brianna Hildebrand, “Deadpool”), Lucifer and Chloe’s daughter. Because he was so angry with his father who abandoned his family, he returned to the present through an angelic self-actualization. This is good news for both Lucifer and Chloe, who cannot imagine the reality of Lucifer abandoning her child after being cast out of heaven by her father for thousands of years.
In the final episode, Lucifer bids farewell to friends and savors every last minute spent with Chloe, thinking it could be her last day on Earth. When Lucifer survives past midnight, the couple thinks they have interfered with their future until Lucifer gets a call from Le Meg (Rob Benedict), the mercenary who killed Dan (Kevin Alejandro). Escaped from prison and freed from his possessions by Dan’s ghost, Le Mec kidnaps Rory and brings him to the crossroads where Lucifer is destined to disappear from Rory’s future.
Chloe and Lucifer head to the warehouse to retrieve their daughter, fighting Le Meg’s men. Lucifer finally points a gun at Rory’s head and breaks in to find a mercenary. Le Mec felt that Lucifer tortured him, and he wants to do the same to the devil. Lucifer, who is always good with horses, explains that Lemek should kill him instead. When he dies, he won’t be able to see his daughter grow up. This will be a real torture.
Before Le Meg kills Lucifer, Laurie is released and tries to catch him and kill the man who threatened his father. Caught in paralyzed rage, Rory’s face begins to take on the devilish look once worn by Lucifer, but Lucifer pours out her wrath. Avoiding Rory’s wrath, Lemeck attempts to kill Lucifer before Chloe enters, and shoots him.
Although our dynamic trio seems to have blocked an inevitable future, Rory is confident that Lucifer will eventually leave. As they talk about the incident, Rory helps Lucifer realize that Dan no longer owns Le Mec. Because his soul could finally overcome his sin and go to heaven. His real calling was not to God, but to help lost souls repent of their sins, forgive their sins, and escape from hell.
But for all of this to happen without cluttering the timeline, Lucifer must return to Hell permanently, leaving Chloe (now pregnant with Rory) behind. Rory must one day go back in time and grow up without a father to help Lucifer realize how he can help the universe. She promises to step back into the future and abandon herself to the devil who doesn’t lie.
Lucifer bids farewell to Chloe and leaves for Hell. The poetic montage shows Tim Lucifer stepping back and then moving forward. Amenadiel (DB Woodside) becomes a new god with the intention of solving more Earth problems than his father did. He has time to father his still young son Charlie and finally winged Linda (Rachel Harris). Chloe returns to the LAPD to team up with Sonia (Merrin Dungey), a black police officer who is trying to fix the ward’s systemic racism in the slightest, and promotes him. Ella (Aimee Garcia) and Carol (Scott Porter) are happily together and run the foundation that Lucifer left for her. Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and Eve (Inbar Lavi) get married, go on a bounty hunt and rejoice. Dan is reunited with his true love Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) in heaven. Finally, Chloe brings baby Laurie to the family’s home where they found it.
In the future, Rory returns to her old, ailing mother, who is nearing her deathbed. When Chloe dies, she goes to heaven, where Amenadiel finds her and asks if she wants to go home. Finally, we look at what Lucifer has been up to. In Hell’s Chamber, which looks like Linda’s treatment room, Lucifer helps the souls, including Linda’s ex-husband, Liz (Patrick Fabian) and Le Meg. A knock on the door brings Chloe back young, ready to be with him forever. A couple leaning on each other and roll the credits.
An emotionally satisfying, unpredictable, and deserved finale is one that angels and demons alike can rejoice in.