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Lucifer season 6: Final ever episode title revealed as devilish detective drama wraps filming

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Will Lucifer and Chloe Decker get their happy ending? (Picture: Netflix)

Lucifer creators Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich has teased the fate of our beloved characters in the season 6 finale – and it’s great news for Deckerstar fans.

The series has just finished filming its final ever episodes, and on the final day of filming, emotions were running high for the cast and crew – with Tom Ellis (Lucifer), Aimee Garcia (Ella Lopez) and Lesley-Ann Brandt (Mazekeen) all saying their heartfelt goodbyes to the show.

But Joe and Ildy have given fans a sneak peek into what to expect, and after dropping episode titles throughout the filming, finally gave away the finale episode title.

In a picture of them together holding the script, the pair wrote on Twitter: ‘Final episode title y’all’.

The script is titled ‘Partners ‘Til The End’.

This could mean a number of things, but most assume it’s about Lucifer’s relationship with Chloe Decker, as they work together as partners solving crime, and have finally been getting romantic over the first half of season five.

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Joe and Ildy shared the title of the finale script – with some help from Maze (Picture: Netflix)

But it could also hold some relevance to Maze and Lucifer, whose long-held relationship as Devil and demon sidekick has become fractured over recent episodes.

Could they repair their friendship and join forces once again?

Either way, we know it’s going to be a hell of a ride (no pun intended), though we’ve got a while to wait for the episodes to arrive.

On the show’s final day of filming, the team announced the next batch of episodes – season five, part two – will be arriving on Netflix on May 28.

Viewers have been dying to find out what happens to the detective squad, their celestial friends, and the romantic entanglements that have all been left in the balance.

The first half of the series aired August 2020, and ended with the arrival of Lucifer’s father, God (Dennis Haysbert), who had come to stop the fight between him, twin brother Michael (also played by Tom) and brother Amenadiel (DB Woodside).

Lucifer seasons 1-3 is available on Amazon Prime Video, seasons 4 onward is available on Netflix.


Credit: Original article published here.

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