Lucifer season 5: 15 bold predictions for the final season

LUCIFER - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
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Lucifer — Photo credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix — Acquired via Netflix Media Center
Lucifer — Photo credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix — Acquired via Netflix Media Center /

10. Season 5 will address Chloe’s miraculous story

One thing that always been a bit nebulous is Chloe’s status as a miracle. Her birth is miraculous. Why she was placed in Lucifer’s path by God remains fuzzy.

Was she born so that Lucifer will return to Hell? Or is her existence an overture at peace by a Father who wants to reconnect with his son? Either way, nothing has really come of it. It’s a plot thread that really should be resolved before the series ends.

What better way for the miracle thing to come into play then having Chloe’s status as a miracle be key in rescuing Lucifer from Hell? We don’t know how it would happen, but it would be a pretty cool way to learn more about what that status grants her.

There has to be some reason why God put Chloe in Lucifer’s path. While the answer does come down to God working in mysterious ways, not having that question answered (presumably in a dramatic fashion) just leaves a loose thread that will drive fans insane.

It’s time for audiences (and Chloe) to learn what the nature of a miracle really is in the setting of the show. If she can somehow get Lucifer out of Hell and keep the demons down there? Then that will be perfect.

9. We’ll meet more Angelic siblings

So far, we’ve only seen a couple of Amenadiel and Lucifer’s siblings. Uriel (Michael Imperioli), Azarel (Charlyne Yi) and Remiel (Vinessa Vidotto) appeared in seasons 2, 3, and 4 respectively.

With them, there was a deeper look into the whole mess of the Celestial Family. In the final season, it would be really interesting to see more of the angelic siblings, especially some of the more recognized ones such as Gabriel, to make an appearance. Fans have been dying to see the show’s take on these angels as well. Or, well, there are a lot of fanfics dedicated to, but basically the same thing.

Not only that, it would give a better insight into the structure of Heaven. Like we all just assume that the whole structure of Heaven is how humans understand it with angels and archangels. We don’t really know. It would be interesting to see those dynamics. Especially if some, like Azarel, do want to reconnect with Lucifer, but didn’t really know how. Sometimes that’s how families are, especially in the wake of someone being kicked out of the house.

Lucifer believes that, across the board, none of his siblings want anything to do with him. The real question here is: what if they do? What if one of them even willing takes the throne of Hell for him? It probably won’t go that way, but that would be interesting to explore or even offer.