Lucifer season 6: Will Lucifer wipe Chloe Deckers memory in tear-jerking finale?

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Lucifer season six will be airing on Netflix on September 10 and it will mark the show’s final outing. Fans are keen to know how the story will wrap up for the title character (played by Tom Ellis) and his love interest, Chloe Decker (Lauren German). They have put forward a heartbreaking theory that sees Lucifer wipe Chloe’s memory.

Will Lucifer wipe Chloe Decker’s memory?

Lucifer season six will wrap up the storylines for the supernatural drama’s fan-favourite characters as the show comes to an end.

The next outing will see Lucifer assume his position as God, but it will not come without its challenges.

The trailer for the final season shows the Devil face some new threats, including an ‘evil’ Chloe Decker.

She is seen attacking him in an intense fight scene and fans are curious to know what happened to her.

They have suggested she is using Amenadiel’s (DB Woodside) necklace to gain super strength.

She has been through a turbulent relationship with Lucifer across the five seasons so far.

Fans are hoping they are able to live happily ever after as a couple by the time the show comes to an end.

However, a Reddit user has suggested a heartbreaking twist may occur in the show’s final moments – Lucifer will wipe the memories of those he loves.

They said: “I’ve seen articles where the show developers talk about the show’s finale being bittersweet. This makes me concerned that it may be a little sad and not end with the Deckerstar love story many of us are hoping for.

“One thing that is concerning to me is how Lucifer and his father tearfully sing the Les Miserables song I Dreamed A Dream.”

“Specifically, the line: And still I dream she’ll come to me. That we will live the years together. But there are dreams that cannot be.

“Most notably, both God and Lucifer sing the last sentence together.

“This seems to imply that Lucifer and Chloe can’t be together long-term. Because he’s immortal and she’s not.

“This happens in the same episode as Amenadiel and Linda getting into a fight about Amenadiel being immortal and baby Charlie not being and Amenadiel having anxiety about that. Which just strengthens the connection between the themes.

“A theory I have which is based only on that theme of immortals and mortals not being able to live together due to the song and the bittersweet comment from showmakers is this:

“Lucifer will take his place as God and do something to bring Dan back. He will in some way make it so that Chloe, Dan, Linda, Trixie and others don’t remember him or the time they spent with him.

“He will make it so Chloe, Dan and Trixie have a happy family life together as if he was never there.

“Similarly, Amenadiel will have to watch Charlie grow old and die but be happy all the same. He’ll have a great life and Amenadiel will watch his children and his children’s children for generations.”

Other viewers said they would be mortified to see this happen and hope the pair end up together.

One said: “That is a pretty interesting theory and I pray that it doesn’t happen. It’s not the worst idea for an Ending but that would [be] heartbreaking.”

They have gained some insight into how the series will end as bosses opened up to Variety.

Ildy Modrovich said not everybody’s stories could be wrapped up entirely by the final season.

She said: “Joe and I always say we want to give the audience a satisfying ending, but not necessarily everything they want.

“If you give everybody everything they want, it’s too much. You’ll get cavities. You want a little bit of bittersweet in there.

“You want a little bit of longing, I think. So we tried to craft that environment, as well. [If] you give somebody a super happy ending, Cinderella and the Prince in the back of the carriage kissing, but that’s not real.

“It doesn’t feel real, and so it won’t be satisfying.”

With this in mind, it is possible for Lucifer to lose out on a life with Chloe in the final season.

Lucifer season 6 airs on Netflix on September 10.

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