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|location= [[The Empty]]
|occupation= Archangels
|episodes= [[4.18 The Monster at the End of This Book]]<br>[[4.22 Lucifer Rising]]<br>[[5.01 Sympathy for the Devil]]<br>[[5.03 Free to Be You and Me]]<br>[[5.04 The End]]<br>[[5.08 Changing Channels]]<br>[[5.10 Abandon All Hope...]]<br>[[5.13 The Song Remains the Same]]<br>[[5.19 Hammer of the Gods]]<br>[[5.22 Swan Song]]<br>[[6.03 The Third Man]]<br>[[6.15 The French Mistake]]<br>[[6.20 The Man Who Would Be King]]<br>[[6.22 The Man Who Knew Too Much‎]]<br>[[7.01 Meet the New Boss]]<br>[[7.02 Hello, Cruel World]]<br>[[7.15 Repo Man]]<br>[[7.17 The Born-Again Identity]]<br>[[7.21 Reading Is Fundamental]]<br>[[9.18 Meta Fiction]]<br>[[11.09 O Brother Where Art Thou?]]<br>[[11.10 The Devil in the Details]]<br>[[11.11 Into the Mystic]]<br>[[11.14 The Vessel]]<br>[[11.18 Hell's Angel]]<br>[[11.21 All in the Family]]<br>[[11.22 We Happy Few]]<br>[[12.02 Mamma Mia]]<br>[[12.03 The Foundry]]<br>[[12.07 Rock Never Dies]]<br>[[12.08 LOTUS]]<br>[[12.12 Stuck in the Middle (With You)]]<br>[[12.13 Family Feud]]<br>[[12.15 Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell]]<br>[[12.17 The British Invasion]]<br>[[12.19 The Future]]<br>[[12.21 There's Something About Mary]]<br>[[12.22 Who We Are]]<br>[[12.23 All Along the Watchtower]]<br>[[13.01 Lost and Found]]<br>[[13.02 The Rising Son]]<br>[[13.07 War of the Worlds]]<br>[[13.12 Various & Sundry Villains]]<br>[[13.13 Devil's Bargain]]<br>[[13.18 Bring 'em Back Alive]]<br>[[13.19 Funeralia]]<br>[[13.20 Unfinished Business]]<br>[[13.21 Beat the Devil]]<br>[[13.22 Exodus]]<br>[[13.23 Let the Good Times Roll]]<br>[[14.01 Stranger in a Strange Land]]<br>[[14.02 Gods and Monsters]]<br>[[14.03 The Scar]]<br>[[14.07 Unhuman Nature]]<br>[[14.09 The Spear]]<br>[[14.10 Nihilism]]<br>[[14.14 Ouroboros]]<br>[[14.17 Game Night]]<br>[[15.08 Our Father, Who Aren't in Heaven]]<br>[[15.19 Inherit the Earth]]
When God begins the end of the world, he opens every door in Hell, including the door to Lucifer's Cage. According to the demon [[Belphegor]], the Prime Earth version of Michael remains just sitting in the Cage, but Belphegor suggests that he might be looking for revenge for being trapped if he does leave.<ref name="fifteen01">[[15.01 Back and to the Future]]</ref>
Michael eventually escapes from the Cage, still in the body of Adam Milligan and sharing control with his vessel. After learning from the [[Tablets#Demon Tablet|demon tablet]] that Michael might know something that could help them, the Winchesters seek out the help of the archangel, taking him prisoner and trying to convince him of the threat from God. Despite not forgiving his brothers, Adam also tries to convince the petulant archangel to heed their warnings. Disillusioned by their revelations, particularly Castiel's memories of Godand the Apocalypse World version of himself, Michael provides them with the spell to trap his father and opens a portal to [[Purgatory]] for them, but refuses to otherwise help and departsafter allowing Dean to speak with Adam.<ref name="fifteen08">[[15.08 Our Father, Who Aren't in Heaven]]</ref>
After God wipes out every living thing on Earth, Michael agrees to help the Winchesters against his father, but is unable to open [[Chuck's Death Book]] for them. The group is joined by a resurrected Lucifer shortly thereafter with Lucifer claiming that the [[Cosmic Entity]] resurrected him to give the Winchesters and Jack a hand in destroying God. Lucifer helps open the book by killing [[Betty]], a [[Reaper]] and turning her into the new incarnation of Death. However, Lucifer betrays his brother, the Winchesters and Jack and reveals that God was actually the one to resurrect him in order to get the book, stating that he Lucifer is now God's Favorite instead of Michael. After a short battle, Michael is able to kill Lucifer with an archangel blade supplied to him by the Winchesters. However, desperate to become God's Favorite once again, Michael betrays the Winchesters and their plan to use a spell from the ''[[Book of the Damned]]'' to destroy God. Enraged by Michael's previous betrayal, God nevertheless obliterates Michael, rendering the archangels extinct. However, the Winchesters had anticipated Michael's betrayal and used him to feed a false plan to God in order to lure Him into a trapdesigned to render him powerless and make Jack Kline the New God.<ref name="fifteen19">[[15.19 Inherit the Earth]]</ref>

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