Lucifer season 6: Boss teases major exit with worrying death clue ‘Goodbye’

Lucifer: Netflix release preview teaser of conversation with God

The official writer’s room for the acclaimed Netflix series have been using Twitter to confirm the episode titles for the upcoming sixth season. Lucifer fans may have to prepare for a tragic death in the family now the penultimate chapter of the series has been revealed.

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The confirmed title of the ninth episode of Lucifer’s sixth season seems to have confirmed a significant departure from the series.

On Twitter, the official page for the show’s writers revealed episode nine would be titled ‘Goodbye, Lucifer’.

While this would already be an appropriate name for the last episode in the adventures of Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis), this will instead serve as the second-to-last chapter in the whole series.

However, as confirmed by the writers themselves, fans are likely to be saying goodbye to one of their most beloved characters in the series before Lucifer comes to an end.

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They revealed: “Who will be saying “goodbye” in Lucifer’s second-to-last episode?

“You have 17 eps to go before finding out, and you better believe [writer] Chris Rafferty is bringing the feels.

Thankfully, they also assured followers: “But don’t worry — he wants you all to know that he’s looking out for your hearts.”

It’s still unclear when these episodes will finally surface on Netflix, but ‘Lucifans’ are already strapping in for an emotional final outing.

Optimistic fans are hoping the new title doesn’t spell tragedy for Lucifer and his detective love interest, Chloe Decker (Lauren German).

Meanwhile, fan theorists have been busy determining if the devil will have to say goodbye to his brother, Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) or his best friend Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt).

There’s also a chance that God (Dennis Haysbert) won’t be bowing out of the series until this time after he made his sudden debut at the end of last year’s midseason finale.

As the hiatus lengthens the wait for the second half of season five, long-term viewers are already preparing for a tearful farewell when season six finally rolls around.

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Following the new reveal, the ominous post was flooded with messages and speculation from the writers’ despondent followers.

One fan pleaded: “What made me happy about this? ‘You have 17 eps to go before finding out.’

“So many episodes, so much content before we get here. Please hold back on the 610 title but instead give us little bits of content for 5B.”

Another anxious viewer replied: “This could be said by anyone, including Chloe.”

Lucifer, a fallen angel who has been exiled from his father since his failed rebellion, has been living on Earth with the hopes of redeeming his immortal soul.

Now his father has finally come to town, God will finally learn of all the good deeds his son has performed amongst the mortals and grant him passage into the Silver City once again.

Unfortunately, his final reward may have unforeseen consequences for his newfound family, and he may be forced to say some emotional farewells before the series comes to a close.

Lucifer Season 5, Part 1 is available to stream on Netflix.

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