‘Lucifer’ Season 6, the controversial end of the mythical series

The followers of the mythical series Lucifer are already enjoying season 6 of the fiction that is now available on Netflix. The ten episodes of season 6 They are surprising everyone with their plot twists and especially their ending.

There is some controversy because some fans believe that this was not the ending the series deserved. What is clear is that there will be no season 7 and this is for sure the last installment of Lucifer. This season was already a surprise for fans as Netflix planned to end the series with season 5 and showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich battled for one final season. In addition, the series had already been canceled by Fox after only three seasons and recovered by Netflix, which has bet on 3 more.

Lucifer Season 6

Lucifer, a series of success

The series premiered in 2016 and ends 5 years and 6 seasons later. The initial story was very simple: Lucifer leaves his throne in hell fed up with the routine and goes to Los Angeles, where he starts working as a homicide detective.

The protagonist is played from the first episode by Tom Ellis, a Welsh actor, best known for his role as Dr. Oliver Cousins ​​on the BBC One soap opera EastEnders. The actor has announced that he will star in Players, a new Netflix movie.

A controversial ending

Many of the fans did not like the unexpected end of the series. Do not continue reading if you have not seen the last season because it may contain spoilers.

Season 6 of Lucifer starts with Lucifer’s intention to ascend to the throne of God by the arrival of Rory (Brianna Hildebrand), who was revealed to be the daughter of Lucifer and Chloe from the future. Rory is furious at Lucifer for abandoning her before she was born, so their path to reconciliation dominates most of the season. Also, the mystery of why Lucifer abandoned Rory and Chloe is not cleared up until the end of the season.

After many problems and situations that we will not tell, Lucifer returns in hell acting as a therapist for all cursed souls. A group therapy session is interrupted by a knock on her office door that opens and Chloe can be seen. She says, “I thought you could use a partner.”

The season ends surprisingly with Lucifer and Chloe reunited in hell. Tom Ellis is happy with this ending as he commented in an interview on Collinder about the series; She will probably help him impart his wisdom to the lost souls of hell. They can create whatever they want in hell, because hell is no longer as we know it. This is what this place is called. It doesn’t necessarily have to be hellish. They can spend their life together. And of course their daughter is half an angel, so she will be there with them too, whenever she wants. That makes me happy, that they can spend eternity together ”.

That is all to the anger or joy of Lucifer’s followers. The Serie already finished and since no spin-off comes out of nowhere, we will have to settle for this ending.


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