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‘Chicago Fire’: Here’s Why Lauren German Left the Show

Lauren German’s character was truly a staple on Chicago Fire. If she was so important to the show, then why did she leave?. Her character, Leslie Shay, was the first major person to die on the popular drama. Fans and other characters alike mourned the loss of Shay, and the show was never quite the same after German’s character left. In fact, the series has continued to talk about Leslie Shay years after the actress has left.
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Lucifer stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, unpack the 'bittersweet' series finale

Co-showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich join the Netflix drama' stars to discuss Deckerstar's fate, crafting the ending, and more. Warning: This article contains spoilers from the series finale of Lucifer. Tom Ellis' Lucifer and Lauren German's Chloe Decker got their happy ending in a way in Lucifer's series finale.
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Who is Lauren German dating? The Lucifer star’s relationship status

Netflix just released Lucifer season six, on Sept.10, and fans and critics alike, have been flocking to social media in praise for the latest – and final -series of the hit-streaming show. While we’ve been enjoying Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Chloe Decker’s (Lauren German) on-screen romance, many fans have been getting curious whether something more is going on between the co-stars off-screen too, or if they have a special someone in their lives.
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Performer of the Week: Lauren German

THE PERFORMER | Lauren German THE SHOW | Lucifer THE EPISODE | “Episode 5: The Murder of Lucifer Morningstar” (Sept. 10, 2021) THE PERFORMANCE | It was only fitting that with Lucifer’s farewell run, German delivered some of her most engaging performances over six seasons. And while there is a lot to be said for her work in Episode 9 (which would have been eligible next week), Episode 5 in fact served up a greater variety of notes for her to play. Well juxtaposed with Lucifer’s own, but prickly, introduction to the young woman idenitfying herself as his and Chloe’s grown daughter (from the...
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Lucifer Episode 3 Video: Tom Ellis and Lauren German Talk About Just How Butt-Like a Chin Can Get — Watch

The following contains spoilers from the third episode of Lucifer Season 6. Three episodes into its farewell run, Netflix’s Lucifer presented its titular devil and former detective Chloe Decker in a way you have never seen before, when revisiting their past led them into a literally animated mindscape. In “Yabba Dabba Do Me,” as Lucifer grapples with his apparent destiny to be God, Linda nudges him to see if he can care about someone as despicable as, say, the series’ very first caught killer, record producer Jimmy Barnes. But because Jimmy had since died in a mental institution, Lucifer and Chloe had to...
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'Lucifer': Tom Ellis and Lauren German Break Down Chloe and Lucifer's Ending

Warning: Do not proceed if you have not watched the sixth and final season of Netflix's Lucifer. Deckerstar fans, rejoice! Though we're sad we have to say goodbye to Lucifer, we're over the moon knowing our beloved Lucifer Morningstar and Chloe Decker will spend all of eternity together. Plus, they have a *gasp* daughter!
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‘Lucifer’s’ Tom Ellis, Lauren German and Showrunners Break Down the Twists and Message of the Final Season

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched the sixth and final season of “Lucifer,” streaming now on Netflix. After a Fox cancelation, Netflix revival, a planned ending and then an unexpected second revival, “Lucifer” has come to an end — albeit with plenty of twists. Though the series ended where showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich intended — with Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Chloe (Lauren German) rehabilitating doomed souls in Hell — the unexpected sixth season led to the arrival of one of the biggest twists of the series: Rory (Brianna Hildebrand), the time-traveling grown daughter of the duo. With...
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Tom Ellis and Lauren German Reveal Their Favorite Lucifer Episode

Tom Ellis and Lauren German Reveal Their Favorite Lucifer Episode. In a matter of hours, Netflix will release the sixth and final season of Lucifer. After a much-tormented run that started on Jan. 25, 2016, at Fox and included the series’ cancelation at the end of season 3 — before Netflix picked it up to complete it — the adventures of Neil Gaiman’s devilish antihero are about to end. In honor of the long run, stars Tom Ellis and Lauren German sat down at a roundtable, confessing their most cherished memories from the set. Both of them said season 1’s “A Priest Walks into a Bar” episode was their favorite one to shoot. The ninth episode featured the title character and detective Chloe Decker solving a homicide case involving a priest portrayed by Colman Domingo.
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Lucifer season 6 spoilers: Lauren German teases sacrifices ahead

The premiere of Lucifer season 6 is on Netflix is just a matter of days away and, at least for now, we’re getting a sense that this will be emotional. How can it not be? We’re saying goodbye to a show that has been ingrained in our life for years now; it’s not an easy thing to say goodbye to and the challenges of doing that are probably going to be there until after the series finale.
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Lucifer's Tom Ellis and Lauren German Tease Deckerstar's Teamwork and Sacrifice in Season 6

It's time for all good Devils to ascend the throne of Heaven, or at least in the case of Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis). When we last saw Lucifer's charismatic crime-solver he was between a rough bout of reconciling his daddy issues, fighting an unholy war with his evil twin brother Michael (also Ellis), saving the love of his life Chloe Decker (Lauren German) from the clutches of death. In the process of the latter task, he was resurrected as the new God.
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