If you’re a fan of Lucifer, you’ve likely been eagerly waiting for Netflix to release the show’s sixth season. Good news, it’s here! Now, superfans can binge the final season to find answers to all their questions about the fallen-angel-turned God and his romantic and professional partner Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German).
There’s no doubt about it: Lucifer’s ending will surely be bittersweet. We’ve all come to root for these characters, no matter how flawed. The titular character himself has proven lovable, both by fans and the detective, despite his mythology. It certainly doesn’t hurt that Lucifer has commanded in both the looks and talent departments. He smolders like none other, and his piano solos and songs make fans swoon. It’s a testament to actor Tom Ellis’ own talent that Lucifer is a fan favorite!
Season 6 wraps it all up
Tom Ellis in ‘Lucifer’ | FOX Image Collection via Getty Images
The show’s final season won’t just be the last time fans get to see Tom Ellis sit at a piano. It’s also the culmination of six years of drama. Neither Lucifer nor Chloe can deny their romantic feelings any longer, especially after Lucifer rescued Chloe from heaven after her untimely death. How will Lucifer maintain his relationship with the human woman as he prepares to ascend and takeover heaven? Fans remember the final battle against Lucifer’s twin Michael, in which Chloe’s ex-husband, Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro), died. His ultimate sacrifice will no doubt have a ripple effect into the last season.
However, there are plenty of other character arcs to wrap up. How will the writers leave Linda (Rachael Harris), Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), and their son Charlie, who is only human after all? What about Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and her crush on Eve (Inbar Lavi), who returned in the show’s fifth season after having spent time as a bounty hunter?
Tom Ellis opens up about music on ‘Lucifer’
Tom Ellis recently appeared in a promotional clip for IMDb in which fans had a chance to hear the actor answer their most burning questions. One of the questions Ellis was happy to answer was about his favorite song performance from the show. He quickly responded that he enjoyed season four’s version of “Creep” by Radiohead. The cover was more hanging and ambient than even the original version. However, for Ellis, the significance of including the song in the series hinged on its relevance to Lucifer and Chloe’s relationship. He finally got to play the song that fit the pair perfectly.
‘Lucifer’ writers still have tricks up their sleeves
September 10th. One final time @LuciferNetflix pic.twitter.com/8MXj7kvv8d
— Lesley-Ann Brandt (@LesleyAnnBrandt) August 17, 2021
TV Guide compiled everything we knew about Lucifer before the season premiere. Lucifer is seemingly in no hurry to take over the throne of God, instead spending time with Chloe, who resigned from the force to focus on helping him on Earth. Surprisingly, Lucifer’s angelic sibling Amenadiel …read more
Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet