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Each week on the official Lucifer Writers Room Twitter account, the team drops clues about the remaining episode titles. Once fans cracked the title for episode five of the final series, they started to fear the worst. There’s been a murder in Lucifer but is the Devil (played by Tom Ellis) the victim? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
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The writing team behind Lucifer has sent fans into meltdown with the title of episode five of Lucifer season six.
After days of filling in the blanks too*h* ***d** o* *****e* **r********, Lucifer fans correctly guessed the episode title for season six of Lucifer.
The fifth outing is titled The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar and was written by Lloyd Gilyard Jr.
Confirming the title in a tweet, the official Lucifer Writers Room said: “Gasp, can it be? Say it isn’t so! This is just so unfair– and right before Christmas! This has to be explained, #LloydGilyardJr Explained!!!”
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One fan suggested Lucifer’s vulnerability had returned and he may have died after all.
They simply tweeted: “Means he’s vulnerable again?” alongside a worried emoji.
Lucifer is only vulnerable around Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and it was only revealed why in season five.
Lucifer’s vulnerability around Chloe is a subconscious choice by the character as he wants to be so around her.
This means if Lucifer was injured or even killed when around Chloe, his power of immortality would no longer work.
Therefore, if Lucifer if still vulnerable around Chloe by season six, he could well have been murdered in front of Chloe.
There are endless other possibilities for the title, including Lucifer faking his own death and his return to Hell.
With the majority of fans expressing their fear, others are keeping their fingers crossed and offering alternative explanations.
For example, one fan suggested the episode title has been taken from a line in the episode.
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One hopeful Lucifer fan tweeted: “I’m trying to decipher if this title is actually about Lucifer being killed or something else.
“I don’t think y’all would release a title with spoilers like that… I have a feeling it’s just him being dramatic lmao [sic].”
Another Lucifer fan shared their theory on the episode title.
They suggested the episode title could be related to the murder mystery book Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia) is writing.
They tweeted: “I have visions now of her doing a ‘pitch’ to a publisher and the ‘murder’ is acted out as scenes with the characters… sort of like the 200th ep of [Stargate] SG1 did.”
Fans will have to wait until season six drops on Netflix to find out.
What are the other Lucifer season 6 episode titles?
There are 10 episodes in the final season of Lucifer, which is expected to premiere in late 2021 or early 2022 on Netflix worldwide.
As per season five, the Lucifer Writers account has been releasing the episode titles of the series every other week.
Express.co.uk has the full list and details of the episodes released so far.
- Episode 601: Nothing Ever Changes Around Here – Written by Mike Costa – Directed by Kevin Alejandro
- Episode 602: Buckets of Baggage – Written by Jen Graham Imada – Directed by Richard Speight, Jr.
- Episode 603: Yabba Dabba Do Me – Written by Joe Henderson – Directed by Nathan Hope
- Episode 604: Pin the Tail on the Baddie – Written by Carly Woodworth – Directed by Viet Nguyen
- Episode 605: The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar – Written by Loyd Gilyard Jr – Directed by Lisa Demaine
Express.co.uk will update this article as episodes are released.
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