Lucifer season 5: 15 bold predictions for the final season

LUCIFER - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
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8. Archangel Michael

Even if we don’t see the other siblings of Lucifer, then we, at least, have to see the show’s version of the Archangel Michael.

If you have a decent understanding of Christianity or have seen Supernatural (season 5 at least), then you know that the Archangel Michael was the one to cast out Lucifer on God’s orders. Some believe that Michael will battle Lucifer again during the end times.

In the comics that the series is based on, Michael and Lucifer have a pretty interesting relationship. We won’t get into details here as the show wildly differs from the source material, but it’s definitely a relationship that would be worth mining.

Plus, if they do want to use that character, then it could be an interesting acting opportunity for Tom Ellis. In the comics, Lucifer and Michael are twins, which is something very creative fans have run with it in theories, art, and fanfics. Not a lot of actors could probably handle the challenge, but Ellis certainly has enough range to do so. While it is highly unlikely that we’re actually going to see God on the series, Michael is honestly the next best thing as he, essentially, rules the Silver City for his Father.

It might not give Lucifer the closure that he needs, but it could be a step forward. Or, more appropriately, the contrast between them shows how Lucifer really and truly does see the Earth as His over Heaven or Hell.

7. Goddess returns

This one is super unlikely given that when the Goddess (Tricia Helfer) left the universe to create her own, Lucifer broke the key. It would be interesting to see her return in some capacity in the final season.

Lucifer and Amenadiel loved their Mother very much, even if she tried to start a War that would possibly end the world. While Lucifer, on some level, got closure with her, Amenadiel definitely didn’t. The Goddess created a whole new universe. We have to wonder what on Earth that place is like.

Given her dislike of humanity, we’re going to assume that humans aren’t there. But what did she create? Did she have more children? Are there angelic half-siblings running around in another universe? It’s just an interesting thought to wonder what happened to the Goddess after she had to leave everything behind and start anew.

Plus, she was a pretty compelling character. All powerful, a little needy, but desperate for a family and a place to belong on her terms, it sounds like a lot of people that we know.

Even though we’re not going to forgive her for hurting Linda, it would just be cool to check in with her in her new home.