Lucifer: Why Season 6 Only Has One Wedding

During an interview with CBR, Lucifer co-showrunner Joe Henderson shares why the series’ last season decided on having only one wedding.

WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Lucifer’s Season 6, which is now available to stream in its entirety on Netflix.

Despite Season 6 being Lucifer’s final season, there were still plenty of romantic surprises in store for its characters. As Lucifer and Chloe developed an even deeper relationship — upon discovering they’re now parents of an angsty teen named Rory — Maze and Eve decide to take things to the next level. Additionally, Ella Lopez even finds a partner in the sweet Carol.

However, only one of these couples makes their way down the aisle in Lucifer’s final season. During an interview with series co-showrunner Joe Henderson, CBR asked what led the writers to only show one wedding — especially when it seemed like many Luci-fans would expect to see a Lucifer and Chloe wedding — in the Netflix series’ very last episodes.

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Maze and Eve previously cemented their relationship in Season 5b — despite Maze’s initial struggles with learning to open up to her partner spotlighted in Lucifer Season 5, Episode 13. Their relationship grew further complications once Maze learned that she had, in fact, grew a soul. Henderson confirmed that after Maze had been through so much heartache that she too deserved the spotlight and so did her romance.

“We talked about it because we knew that the fans would potentially want it,” Henderson shared. “To us, the bigger priority was the Maze and Eve wedding because that did feel like such a wonderful culmination of their arcs. It also just feels like our ending is what is saying that Lucifer and Chloe’s love is eternal in a way that almost supersedes a wedding. One of the things I’m very happy with — and I’m curious to see how fans react to it — is it’s a bittersweet ending. It does end where you want it to end and it was very important to us to always give fans and ourselves not necessarily what we want, but what we need.”

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“But that always just felt right to us — the idea that he was a partner for Chloe on Earth and she’s his partner in Hell,” Henderson added. “It’s a partnership of equals. They have met in the middle and found each other and found the joy of working together and being together and living together.”

All six seasons of Lucifer are streaming now on Netflix.

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Cass started writing for CBR in 2016, but they took a hiatus after heading a call from the mythic land of Midian. In 2020, they returned from their secret, monstrous ventures to re-board the CBR-ship as the crew’s Reviews Editor & Interviewer.

Cass has an MFA from Emerson College with a focus in Fiction & a BA in English Literature from Suffolk University. Their writing has been previously published at B*tch Flicks, Electric Literature, Catapult, & other sites that love the geeky & fantastical. Their favorite comic series is Alias & their favorite superhero movie is 2004’s Hellboy. They have a soft spot for horror & are always open to learning about upcoming projects within that realm. Follow them @Cass__Clarke. Check out their prior work at their author site here. All press inquiries can be directed to their CBR email:

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