Lucifer is going to be ending with the upcoming Season 6, which makes us sad, but happily, we will be getting answers to that heavenly cliffhanger sooner than expected. For those of you who could use a refresher, the story goes a little something like this: In Season 5, God (Dennis Haysbert) comes back to Earth to repair his broken relationship with his children, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). However, tired of being God and wanting to be with the love of his life in a different universe, he announces his retirement.
This sparks an unholy competition between Lucifer and his evil twin, Michael (also Ellis), about who can be the best ruler of the universe. And that's when all hell breaks loose. In an epic season finale battle, Michael manages to kill Chloe (Lauren German) -- after orchestrating Dan's (Kevin Alejandro) death just one episode earlier. Lucifer is forced to go up to Heaven and rescue Chloe, dying in the process. Like Chloe, he's resurrected, except he comes back with an elevated status as the new God.