Welcome back to Humor Nation. Lucifer has finally wrapped up. The final season of Lucifer has been bittersweet. While all our beloved characters ultimately got the ending they deserved, but some of them have to endure a lot. This season is full of surprising twists and turns that nobody saw it coming. Season 6 featured Lucifer’s daughter Aurora from the future who comes back to the present demanding answers as to why Lucifer abandoned her. Now that’s an amazing character development because in the initial seasons, Lucifer was angry at his father for being an absentee father. He was self-absorbed and viewed children as nothing more than little miscreants. Surprisingly, he developed a great bond with Trixie, daughter of Chloe. The two came besties and it was for Trixie that the devil played monopoly. We fans expected Chloe and Lucifer to end up together, but never thought they would have a child together.
Season 5 featured the tragic death of Dan Espinoza who ended up dying in the line of the duty. The Fans became worried when Amenadiel informed Lucifer that Dan is not in heaven, it meant that he’s trapped in hell due to his guilt. Luckily, Season 6 dealt with this issue, Dan made his way back to Earth in the form of ghost and with right advice, he was able to resolve his guilt and move forward to Silver City where his soul truly belonged.
Before the final season premiered, there were many theories circulating on the Internet which hinted that Chloe Decker would die and be reunited with Lucifer. This somewhat came true, but not the way the viewers expected. While everyone thought that Lucifer would become God and Chloe would be reunited with him in heaven after dying, but that was not the case. Lucifer would become a therapist in hell where he helped the trapped souls in dealing with their unprocessed guilt. Chloe Decker after her mortal death joins her love in hell.
The final season 6 also saw Ella finding someone who seems to be good to be true, but actually turns out to be good. Amenadiel who became worried when Michael planted the doubt that Charlie is not an angel, but a mere human. But in the final moments of the episode, we saw Linda and Amenadiel celebrating the birthday of Charlie and then he saw his wings sprouting out.