Lucifer (2021)


Season 6
Lucifer

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A well-plotted coda that gives its devilishly delightful cast plenty to do, Lucifer's final-final season is a fitting farewell to the prince of darkness and his many friends.

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Critic Ratings: 15

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User Ratings: 388

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Before Lucifer starts his new job, he and Chloe experience a magical night with a murderous end; Linda and Amenadiel host Maze and Eve for dinner.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Desperate to be helpful, Lucifer assists Carol in the investigation of a drag queen's death; Ella and Chloe look into Carol's background.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Loony Lucifer and cartoon Chloe find themselves trapped in an animated loop; Amenadiel prepares for his new job; Dan returns to the City of Angels.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Lucifer reconnects with a few former flames in hopes of disproving Rory's claim; Dan tries to find someone -- anyone -- who can actually see him.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Not believing that he could have abandoned his future daughter, Lucifer sets out to prove an alternate theory.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Wanting to do well on his first day with the LAPD, Amenadiel crosses paths with a racist detective from his past; Lucifer tries to bond with Rory.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Just as Eve and Maze's wedding day arrives, Eve's ex, Adam, shows up hoping to reconcile; Ella delivers some distressing news.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Lucifer says he's finally ready to be God, but his nonfunctioning wings disagree; Linda reluctantly shares the first draft of her book.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Lucifer tries to enjoy what may be his last day on Earth; Dan's killer escapes from prison; Chloe drops a bombshell.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Desperate to rescue Rory, Lucifer and Chloe confront her kidnapper with guns and wings blazing; Lucifer finally comes to terms with his true purpose.

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Lucifer

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Lauren German
Chloe

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DB Woodside
Amenadiel

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Kevin Alejandro
Dan

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Lesley-Ann Brandt
Maze

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Rachael Harris
Linda Martin

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Aimee Garcia
Ella

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John Griffin
Niles

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Critic Reviews for Lucifer: Season 6

Audience Reviews for Lucifer: Season 6

  • Nov 14, 2022
    Decent but I'd rather watch something else
  • Oct 02, 2022
    Some of the characters are still engaging, but the finale of this abortion seems thrown together. Not only did they jettison the whole cop procedural (I don't really have an issue with that as those shows are usually stupid), but the ending as just plain confused (in all fairness I didn't see all of season 6). Additionally, beyond the standard sacrilegious treatment of the afterlife, the writers kind of toss all that and decide to go the PC route which made it 10x worse. I don't recall the quote, but something along the lines of 'evil is effective because it appears good'. They should call this show 'From the Devil's Point of View'.
  • Sep 29, 2022
    Awful. It's so silly it's hard to watch. Way to overrated unless you're 12 years old.
  • Sep 25, 2022
    Whole series was fantastic fun to watch. But as very often last years in many movies (GOT for example) the last, final episode ruined everything. Main hero getting through the show the most outstainding self-development get the worst possible future. Everybody else get their beautiful world and life - Ella finally finds a partner, Amenadiel jumps Heaven and Earth back and forth having fun looking on his growing son, Dan reunites with his beloved in Heaven, Maze and Eve had their good life. Even constable working with Amenadiel gets a promotion! But no, Lucifer, Chloe, Trixie and Rory have their asses kicked heavily. Lucifer becomes the one having no possibilily to visit Earth (all angels still have such!), Rory loses the father, Chloe loses beloved and even Trixie loses her chance to have somebody, who could be her stepfather... Such disaster cannot be explained just by time travel, because time travel in movies can be treated in any way - especially taking into consideration divine beings. Such ending sucks!
  • Sep 11, 2022
    The plot in this season is so washed and boring. Through and through it has few redeeming qualities. I have an overwhelming feeling of the plot turning out as it did simply because they had to write themselves out of this conundrum. They of course managed to save the only interesting qualities in the story for the last half hour of the last episode. Guilt, self-actualisation and destiny versus free will is interesting. And I get that there were some final things to be resolved in regards to those themes. Also, a discussion of those themes is worth having in this format. I just keep wondering how they managed to make those very interesting themes so very bland. I didn't care for any of the characters this season, and I least of all cared the "world was ending". The reason for the latter is because we didn't once "see" the end of the world. ONE frog fell onto a car from the sky, Ella notices and from there on our only evidence of the world ending is an evidence board we visit in total of three times. Then it turns out the world is just ending because - well it doesn't matter because it's easily fixed, no stakes, no rush! How marvellous! Almost like it never had to be a plot point from the beginning, as it didn't really matter at al! And it didn't… Rory was a breath of fresh air for sure, but did she really need to be a time traveler for Lucifer ti realise his potential? NO. But it sure looks and sounds cool! How nice. All in all, go watch The Sandman, it's much better and is actually capable of scratching the itch season 5 of Lucifer left many of us with. In my mind season 5 was the last season of Lucifer. All of the things that happened this season could have happened last season with ease, and it would probably we a better show because of it. Lucifer ended up figuring out what we have known for a while, of course he would go to hell to heal lost souls - it's not a plot twist, it's incredibly rational. It had to happen, so in a sense they fulfilled the characters potential. I'm just wondering why they couldn't just let the series unfold and blossom like they were about to. Instead they gave us a season I felt like I had to care about. They tried in every way possible to make me care and feel the story going "full circle". Instead I ended up not caring a damn minute about what was happening. It swung, and it missed. Thank you.
  • Sep 06, 2022
    The first 4 seasons were really fun, season 5 started to get weirder with the whole war for the Silver city BS but the season 6 literally lost the essence of the show by turning a police comedy into a wannabe tear jerker type show ala true blood… almost expected Sucky Stakhouse or whatever her name was to pop by in the show for how ridiculous it turned out …
  • Sep 01, 2022
    I hate when they just completely throw out all the rules just to try and give a season an 'edgy' ending. The end is literal garbage, they should hire writers who specialise in finishing shows. This just made me angry. If anyone asks, Lucifer ended after season 4. Everything since then just went down hill.
  • Aug 28, 2022
    Really enjoyed this series
  • Aug 09, 2022
    I thought seasons 4 and 5 were bad, too many characters whining all the time, too much talking about their feelings, and when it wasn't a snooze fest it turned into a scene from Glee. The writers seemed not to have watched the first 3 seasons and got the flavour of the show. So the first half of this season for me was actually ok (I didn't think I'd watch it but I wanted to see how the story wraps up) - I would have given 3 stars. The second half was terrible - what a woke fest, and actually quite offensive in itself - aside from the points other reviewers have made on this point, there is a line about the French that could be considered casual racism in itself - it's meant to be a joke but in the context used it doesn't come off that way. The ending does wrap things up well but I had to fast forward through the long drawn out slo-mo and I would agree with the critics who say that the whole story arc of time travel/absentee father thing was lame and unnecessary. As ever, the acting saved the show from being terrible.
  • Jul 27, 2022
    dam son very good show found it uplifting but the ending was more miserable then GOT ending

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