Lucifer’s Writer in Season 6 Defends the Ending Twist in Chloe’s Love Story

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Lucifer’s season debuted on Netflix last weekend. It was the ultimate love letter to the fans. Fans’ enthusiasm prompted Netflix to pick it up for two more seasons. The show came on Fox for three seasons.

The fan favourite Fox-turned-Netflix series has reached its end. Idly Modrovich, Lucifer’s co-showrunner, discusses why the “Deckerstar” twist in the season 6 finale happened.  

The series of Lucifer concentrates exclusively on the titular character, which is a lovely, devastating, and incredibly emotional finale. The episode focuses exclusively on the character Tom Ellis and his love, Chloe Decker (Lauren German), and their future daughter Rory (Brianna Hildebrand). As the three fight to keep their family together.

Lucifer following the kidnapping of Rory by escaped killer Vincent Le Mec (Rob Benedict) and her parents’ attempts to save her. Lucifer ponders what his calling is, now that he knows it’s not to become God.

The Pair Have Developed a Unique Connection

Despite Lucifer’s wishes for Chloe to stay at home, she insists on accompanying him to Rory’s rescue, leaving him with no choice. She reminds him, “Partners until the end.”

Lucifer Relationship

It’s safe to assume that Lucifer’s last twist in the beloved “Deckerstar” partnership caught many surprises. As a result, Lucifer and Chloe Decker’s relationship has evolved over the course of the series. The pair have developed a unique connection, evolving from reluctant partners to really loves. 

Chloe and Lucifer’s relationship was tested by the birth of their daughter in season 6 from the future; Rory (Brianna Hildebrand) Lucifer had to return to Hell in order to care for Rory, leaving Chloe behind 60 years.


Lucifer Season 6 Love Story Ending Explained

Lucifer’s co-showrunner explains why Chloe and the Devil were separated. Ildy Modrovich says it was a perfect climax to the narrative. The twist actually strengthened the Deckerstar bond, she says,

“He started off as a selfish teenager.”

I believe it felt correct because it felt like the proper conclusion to Lucifer’s entire journey. He started off as a selfish teenager, and now he’s the parent of a teenager who feels abandoned and heartbroken, and he’s like, “Oh wait, I’m the one who’s causing this?” It’s love when they make the sacrifice as parents together when Chloe and Lucifer decide; this is what we have to do for our kid. It didn’t break or weaken their love in any way. It made it greater and stronger for us. And, strangely, when she finally knocks on the door in Hell, it’s bigger because of their time apart. I hope that’s what people will take away from it.

Lucifer Season 6 Love Story Ending Explained


Lucifer’s Friends Reaction of the Finale

Overall, fan reaction to the Lucifer series finale appears to be overwhelmingly favourable, indicating that, while some fans were disappointed by the split, many were satisfied with how it came to an end. Lucifer season 6 doesn’t have a truly joyful ending, says the show’s creator. Viewers responded positively to the series finale, with many satisfied with the conclusion of the finale. 

Lucifer season 6 end had lots of exciting events. Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) became God, while Ella (Aimee Garcia) discovered the truth about her companions’ existence. Chloe and Lucifer’s relationship was one of the most talked-about moments of the season. Lucifer has been one of the fortunate programs to receive positive comments to its finale, which is a comfort for those who have stayed with it. Though, one could argue that a character like Lucifer could embark on adventures indefinitely.



Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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