I’m pretty sure you were as shocked as I am during the ending of Lucifer season five’s midseason finale. Of course, hands up to those who’ve watched it in just one day, I included.
Just a precocious message here: If you haven’t watched season 5A, you might want to back out of this article to save yourself from further spoilers. If you have, however, then enjoy!
The very long-awaited new set of episodes of Lucifer saw the devil go up against his very devious (and equally funny) twin brother Michael who just wants to see Lucy’s Earthly life burn in Hell––oh wait.
Ildy Modrovich, one of the showrunners of the series, has teased the fans with more details of what they can expect during the latter part of season five––especially that of relating to Lucy.
This midseason finale was one of the most epic ones on the platform as we saw Dennis Haysbert, vocal extraordinaire, make his debut as God aka Lucifer’s father whom we know our wacky devil has a very difficult relationship with.
We don’t really know the full reason as to why God decided to descend to Earth, but when he says “Children, you know I don’t like it when you fight” in a very… very… very deep voice, you know it’s about the on-going bout between his children Amenadiel, Michael, and our very own Lucy.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Modrovich teased us on what might just happen during the latter half of the fifth installment, saying that:
“If you think about the fact that God shows up, we like to relate it to when we go back home to Thanksgiving; you tend to revert a bit, right? And sort of become a child and start acting like what you did when you were younger.”
“I think the presence of God could have that effect. With Lucifer, it’s always about taking one step forward but two steps back. So yeah, he gets in his own way and that’s all I can say about that.”