After six seasons, Lucifer It ended. On Friday, September 9, Netflix premiered the latest batch of episodes of the series based on the DC Comics character. There will be no more resurrections for Tom Ellis’s Lucifer Morningstar, The Devil Who Did Good.
Was it the ending that the series deserved? You have to review everything that was happening in these final ten chapters so that each one reaches its own conclusions. Those who prefer not to find out anything about what happened, better not continue, because in the lines that come you may find some spoilers.
Fight against time
The last season of Lucifer, in a challenge against time.
Lucifer (Ellis) y Chloe Decker (Lauren German) managed to conceive a daughter. Her name is Aurora (Brianna Hildebrand), better known as Rory. Apparently, drew various characteristics of his father. It is biting and has lethal wings, made up of sharp feathers.
Rory traveled to the past to kill his father, which apparently disappeared from the face of the Earth just after its conception. But Lucifer and Chloe refuse to believe it: for most of season six they are trying to prove him wrong.
In this space-time game a sort of countdown to the future is established. More precisely on the date indicated: August 4. When the day comes, Lucifer is desperate to break the timeline and so creates his own panic room. to protect your family.
Way to heaven
The sixth season of Lucifer closed the story.
Meanwhile, Dan (Kevin Alejandro) manages to enter heaven with a lot of work. Trapped as a ghost for most of the season, he crawls into the body of Le Mec, the French gangster who murdered him and is now on the run after escaping from jail.
This Le Mec with Dan’s soul asks Lucifer for help on the morning of August 4th. Of course this is complicated, because you have to convince him that he is not the man who killed your friend. Lucifer agrees to help him, but suggests to Dan that before escaping he visit his daughter Trixie and hold her one last time.
But when Le Mec, or rather Dan, tries to hug her, she screams and knocks him down. He tells her that he is friends with his father and proves it by telling him that Dan was not a good father. To her surprise, Trixie says that she was proud of her father and that he was her role model.
That way, Dan is cleared of guilt and charge. This is how he gets into heaven. But when he does, there are problems: Le Mec was still inside his own body. And when Dan comes out, it’s like he’s revived. And he wants to go destroy Lucifer by attacking him where it hurts the most: Rory.
Scene from the last season.
The final fight against Le Mec
Lucifer y Chloe They get the hands of the clock to run until midnight on August 4, and they think they broke the timeline. But Rory is kidnapped, in the hands of Le Mec and his henchmen, and they are removing his wings to use them against Lucifer.
The couple go to the rescue. They are about to save their daughter, but Chloe is shot and wounded. Time plays against Lucifer again, who must remove it before it is consumed. And also his daughter.
Le Mec wants to kill Lucifer because, after Dan’s death, he whispered something in his ear that had been driving him crazy ever since. Lucifer reveals that it was his own fault that he did it, but Le Mec refuses to believe it. Lucifer offers to prove it by revealing what he wants most: and this is to be a good father to Rory.
Hearing this, Rory breaks free and lunges at Le Mec and begins to strangle him. But Lucifer stops her. Free, Le Mec tries to kill them, and then a providential shot from Chloe kills him.
Lucifer said goodbye with a pretty happy ending for everyone.
Lucifer gives his word that nothing will change in the timeline, so that Rory remains the same. The protagonist of this story and Chloe also say goodbye: Lucifer returns to hell. He will meet Chloe in twenty years.
Happy ending for everyone
In a montage of the future that we will see, every important character has his happy ending. Mazikeen and Eve spend their days fighting crime and taking care of Rory. Chloe returns to work for the Los Angeles police and is promoted to lieutenant.
Amenadiel assumes his position as God, but works with his brother angels to continue spending time on Earth. Linda’s son Charlie grows wings on his second birthday. Lopez falls in love and launches a charity initiative, while Dan is happy in heaven, eating his favorite desserts, reunited with his beloved Charlotte.
And Lucifer? Based on a leaf from Dr. Linda’s book, he’s in hell as a therapist of the damned to help them break out of their hell loops. One day Chloe arrives, who died on Earth. They kiss and the curtain falls.