We said goodbye to some of our favorite shows that ended in 2021. We lost a lot of good series that graced our screen this year.
The Holidays are almost upon us! And is that moment of the year when we review all the best of 2021. It’s turn to our favorite TV shows.
As we approach the end of the year, it’s always fun to look back on the best that entertainment had to offer in 2021. As always, there were a number of movies and TV shows that stole our hearts. But…
So long, Lucifer, and thanks for all the whisky. Or, better yet, thanks for all the love, and all the lessons. We’ll cherish them forever.
Lucifer season 6 takes one important lesson from The Good Place in crafting its ending, and it’s the perfect message to end on.
Lucifer 6×10 “Partners ‘Til The End” takes away a part of us and makes us hate “bittersweet” endings more passionately. Time for review!
Lucifer season 6 is a masterclass in how to write couples. Every showrunner out there should be taking notes for the future.
Lucifer 6×09 “Goodbye, Lucifer” is that episode where you can’t stop crying because the show takes away your soul. Time for review!
There’s a lot to talk about with Lucifer Season 6, and we’ve definitely already done a lot of it. We’ll probably do a lot more, and won’t regret a second of it. But what I personally never expected to talk…
Lucifer 6×08 “Save The Devil, Save The World” is a mix between emotional scenes and scenes forced to have a comic point. Time for review!
Lucifer season 6 gave us some Deckerstar sex …and there’s a particular scene the internet cannot stop talking about.
Lucifer 6×07 “My Best Fiend’s Wedding” is one of the best episodes of the show. They bet them to reach our souls go up and… they get it.
We talked to D.B Woodside about season 6 of Lucifer, Amenadiel’s fate, and getting a chance to direct. Don’t miss it!
Lucifer 6×06 “A Lot Dirtier Than That” deals with racism in our society while showing us a father and daughter fight.
We talked to Lucifer’s Aimee Garcia about the journey of Ella Lopez, the ending of Lucifer Season 6 and why this last season is special.
Lucifer 6×05 “The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar” raises the level, the emotion and the bet all at the same time. Time for review!
The Deckerstar goodbye on Lucifer season 6 might just be the most beautiful – and heartbreaking – scene on TV this year.
Lucifer 6×04 “Pin The Tail on the Baddie” is full of surprises and where the emotional conflict of the characters unfolds in a brilliant way.
Lucifer season 6 had way too little Trixie Espinoza, and her absence is the one thing we would change about the season.
Lucifer 6×03 “Yabba Dabba Do Me” is where everything starts to take shape and to be crazy, but the kind of crazy we love. Time to review!