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Lucifer Season 5 Part 2: Netflix series ending explained!

May 28, 2021

Check out the explanation for the finale of Lucifer season 5, part 2 on Netflix!

Lucifer is back on Netflix! If you want to know everything about him End of season 5, part 2, keep reading! The superhero television series is based on the DC Comics character Lucifer Morningstar. The series follows Lucifer, who decides to abdicate his throne in Hell and arrives in Los Angeles to start over. In the City of Angels, he runs a nightclub and also begins working with the LAPD. To find out when the sixth season will be released, read this.

Developed by Tom Kapinos, the series has enjoyed a dramatic existence. Although it received mixed reviews and low viewership ratings during its first season, subsequent seasons won the love of more fans and critics. People especially praised Tom Ellis’s performance as the main character. After devouring the new episodes, you may need to explanation about the ending of lucifer season 5 !

Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 Final Explanation


Family drama is at the heart of Lucifer’s fifth season. Set in the first part of the fifth season, Lucifer and his brother Michael are not exactly on good terms and this prompts God to show himself on Earth. During God’s stay on Earth, it seems that the Almighty loses his powers, making him a bit unstable and unpredictable.

The Creator decides that he is ready to return and hand over the reins of the Universe to one of his children. However, God does not choose this successor. He delves into his wife’s universe and lets his children decide. Lucifer and Michael quickly establish themselves as candidates.

But it turns out that it was all part of Michael’s long-term game. Knowing that Lucifer is very unpopular with his brothers, he is convinced that he will be chosen as God. Michael holds the elections at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where he gathers his brothers. Lucifer is clearly in the minority, but the result is not unanimous.

Michael believes that this is why he is not immediately gifted with the powers of God, so he accepts a one-on-one fight to the death with his brother and rival, Lucifer. Lucifer and Chloe are revealed to have foreseen this eventuality, as it arrives at a crucial moment in the battle to remove a key part of Azrael’s sword, robbing Michael of his greatest weapon. However, things take a dark turn when Michael impales her with a broken cane and she bleeds to death in Lucifer’s arms, ascending to heaven renouncing her guilt in her dying breath.

Heartbroken and furious, Lucifer flies to heaven to bring her back, even if it means certain death for him, as he was banished from heaven millennia ago and will burn as soon as he sets foot in that realm. Lucifer goes to heaven anyway and manages to survive thanks to Lilith’s ring that he uses long enough to find Chloe and tell her that her time has not come and that she must return to Earth. He gives her the ring to save her, but there is not enough power to save them both. He dies in front of her after telling her that he loves her.

On Earth, a resurrected Chloe attacks Michael and prepares to kill him when Lucifer suddenly appears, alive and well. Lucifer’s survival is supposed to be impossible and everyone, including the other angels, is in awe. Everyone bows to him, including Michael, even after Lucifer cuts off his wings. Lucifer has become God.

Lucifer season 5 part 2 finale

Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 Final Explanation

The Lucifer Season 5 Part 2 finale it doesn’t exactly explain the mechanics of things and how Lucifer became God. But it seems safe enough to assume that Lucifer’s selfless act of saving Chloe is behind it all. Throughout the series, Lucifer has grown, changed, matured, slowly becoming a being with more depth and emotional maturity. By sacrificing himself without hesitation for Chloe, he proved that he had finally overcome his selfish habits.

Perhaps this is what allowed him to become God instead of Michael, who had the most “votes” but was not imbued with the powers of the Almighty. Michel still had selfish and selfish goals. Lucifer had chosen to put others before him.