Lucifer’s Ending Was Damn Near Perfect

On guilt, growth, agency over our own decisions (or lack thereof) and everything in-between.

Courtesy of Warner Brothers and Netflix.

Spoilers ahead for Lucifer and the Good Place. If you’ve not finished both shows, I’d highly advise against reading this entry.

It’s been the tragedy of modern television that shows ever rarely get to tie up their every

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