Here's where every major character ended up in season 3 of Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy'

Here's where every major character ended up in season 3 of Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy'
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Allison, Diego, and Klaus in season three, episode four of "The Umbrella Academy."
Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison Hargreeves, David Castañeda as Diego Hargreeves, and Robert Sheehan as Klaus Hargreeves in season three of "The Umbrella Academy."Courtesy of Netflix

Sir Reginald Hargreeves manipulated the Umbrella Academy yet again as part of his master plan.

Colm Feore as Reginald Hargreeves in season three, episode five of "The Umbrella Academy."
Colm Feore as Reginald Hargreeves in season three, episode five of "The Umbrella Academy."Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix

Reginald's (Colm Feore) trajectory was altered because he met and interacted with the Hargreeves siblings in Dallas, Texas in 1963 last season.

Disappointed by how the Umbrella Academy turned out, he purposely adopted a different selection of children and named them the Sparrow Academy.

By the season three finale, it became clear that this Reginald was as corrupt as the one that the Umbrella Academy was raised by.

He manipulated Klaus (Robert Sheehan) so he could win back the trust of the Umbrellas and Sparrows. He also killed Luther (Tom Hopper) using his alien claw in the penultimate episode, as a way to rally the remaining people.

This was all part of his plan to carry out Project Oblivion.

Reginald convinced the Umbrellas and Sparrows to walk through a portal that he built Hotel Obsidian around, which he claimed would have the solution to saving the universe from the Kugeliblitz (German for "ball of lightning").

The portal led to Hotel Oblivion, which was a machine in another dimension. Reginald sacrificed the remaining characters minus Allison (Emmy Raver-Lampman), whom he made a side deal with.

He began draining them of the particles in their bodies that give them their superhuman abilities, in order to power the machine.

To stop Reginald from killing them, Allison killed him with a scythe, revealing his alien head. Then she pressed a mysterious button that reset the universe.

In the new timeline, Reginald appeared to be one of the most powerful people, as indicated by skyscrapers with the Hargreeves name on them.

Reginald didn't get to complete his reprogramming of the universe, but he did get his wife Abigail back, who was previously revealed to be dead.

In the new timeline, the remaining Umbrellas and Sparrows are powerless and the injuries they sustained in Hotel Oblivion have been healed.

It's unclear if removing their powers was an intentional change that Reginald enacted in his reprogramming.

Most of the Sparrow Academy members were killed off.

Fei, Ben, and Sloane in season three, episode two of "The Umbrella Academy."
From left: Britne Oldford as Fei, Justin H. Min as Ben, and Genesis Rodriguez as Sloane in season three, episode two of "The Umbrella Academy."Courtesy of Netflix

Marcus (Justin Cornwell), the leader of the Sparrow Academy, got consumed by the Kugelblitz in the season three premiere.

The Kugelblitz also destroyed Sparrow members Fei (Britne Oldford) and Christopher (the telekinetic cube) in episode seven.

Alphonso (Jake Epstein) and Jayme (Cazzie David) were killed by Harlan (Callum Keith Rennie) in episode three.

The fate of Sloane (Genesis Rodriguez) is much more unclear.

Sloane fell in love with Luther and the pair got married in episode eight. She was with the rest of the group in Project Oblivion, but when the universe was reset, Sloane was nowhere to be found.

The Sparrow version of the Ben (Justin H. Min) is the only person from the group who was confirmed to be alive by the end of the season. He was last shown on a train in Seoul, South Korea in an end-credits scene.

Vanya Hargreeves transitioned to Viktor.

Viktor and Allison in season three, episode two of "The Umbrella Academy."
Elliot Page as Viktor Hargreeves in season three, episode two of "The Umbrella Academy."Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix

Viktor's season three journey paralleled actor Elliot Page's real-life transition (the actor came out as transgender in December 2020).

Viktor's relationship with Sissy Cooper (Marin Ireland) last season led him to realize that he was in a box that wasn't an accurate representation of his identity.

Viktor told Allison that being with Sissy opened something in him. And after losing Sissy, he realized that he couldn't and wouldn't live in that box anymore.

In episode two, he got a haircut and reintroduced himself to his siblings as Viktor.

"'It's who I've always been," he told Klaus, Diego (David Castañeda), and Number Five (Aidan Gallagher).

This season, Viktor also had to confront the consequence of saving Sissy's young son, Harlan, from drowning at the lake in season two.

Harlan returned this season, much older.

It was revealed that because of his connection to Viktor, he also had a linkage to the mothers who gave birth to superpowered children on October 1, 1989. On that day, Harlan unintentionally lost control of his powers after Sissy's death and killed all of the Umbrella mothers before the children could be born.

When Five and the others time-jumped to 2019, they created a grandfather paradox, which, in turn, brought about the Kugelblitz.

In episode six, Viktor reabsorbed the particles inside Harlan that gave him powers, returning him to normal. Unfortunately, Harlan was killed shortly thereafter by Allison.

At the end of the finale, Viktor was seen looking at the bust of Reginald in Obsidian Memorial Park and calling him an asshole.

Luther was murdered by Reginald but somehow brought back to life when the timeline was reset.

Viktor and Luther in season three, episode eight of "The Umbrella Academy."
Tom Hopper as Luther Hargreeves in season three, episode eight of "The Umbrella Academy."Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix

Much of Luther's season three journey involved his romance with Sloane.

A flashback at the start of episode nine also revealed how challenging and lonely it was for Luther to be on the moon for four years. Because of that experience, he harbored resentment toward his father.

Later in the aforementioned episode, Reginald stabbed Luther and killed him.

When the timeline was reset, Luther emerged with his siblings. But now, he has a normal body rather than the half-human, half-simian one.

He was last seen ditching his siblings in search of Sloane.

Season three showed a darker side of Allison after losing her daughter and her husband in separate timelines.

Allison in season three, episode five of "The Umbrella Academy."
Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison Hargreeves in season three, episode five of "The Umbrella Academy."Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix

For Allison, being in Dallas last season was a helpless situation because she lived in constant fear that someone she loved would fall victim to a crime they didn't commit. None of her siblings had that experience in Texas, so they couldn't relate to her.

The loss of the two most important people in her life, Claire and Raymond, combined with the racism and trauma she experienced in Dallas led Allison to become angry.

She turned to alcohol to cope, became meaner, and used her power to rumor Luther into kissing her in episode five.

Allison also found herself at odds with Viktor this season, after learning that he neglected to tell her that Harlan killed their moms and is the reason Claire isn't alive in this timeline.

Furious, she murdered Harlan in episode six and showed no remorse for doing so.

Later in the season, Allison lashed out at Viktor because she was tired of always meeting him halfway and being the "sucker."

Allison apologized to Viktor in the penultimate episode, admitting that her pain over the losses of Claire and Ray didn't give her permission to hurt him.

By the end of the season, Allison finally got what she wanted.

After the timeline was reprogrammed, she was shown in LA with both Claire and Ray — likely due to the deal that she struck with Reginald before entering Hotel Oblivion.

Diego learned that Lila is pregnant with their first child.

David Castañeda as Diego and Ritu Arya as Lila in season three, episode 10 of "The Umbrella Academy."
David Castañeda as Diego and Ritu Arya as Lila in season three, episode 10 of "The Umbrella Academy."Netflix

When Diego and Lila (Ritu Arya) reunited this season, she brought along a 12-year-old boy named Stanley (Javon Walton), whom she claimed was their child.

Diego was skeptical but leaned into his paternal side when Lila left Stan with him for a while.

It wasn't until episode six that Lila revealed to Diego that Stan isn't actually their son.

Instead, he was the son of her friend Trudy, a musician and absentee mom. Lila borrowed Stan from Trudy as a test to see what kind of father Diego would be.

Unfortunately, Stan was consumed by the Kugelblitz and didn't make it out of the season alive.

However, Lila confessed in episode seven that she is actually pregnant with her and Diego's baby.

At the end of the season, after entering the reset universe, Diego and Lila split off from the group to live their own happy life together.

Klaus conquered immortality.

Klaus in season three, episode seven of "The Umbrella Academy."
Robert Sheehan as Klaus Hargreeves in season three, episode seven of "The Umbrella Academy."Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix

Episode five revealed that Klaus has actually died and come back to life 56 times.

Reginald, fascinated by Klaus' abilities, decided to help him master his powers through tedious rounds of reanimation training.

On a road trip, Reginald acted as Klaus' life coach, helping him manage how long he stayed dead. Eventually, Klaus got his time in the hereafter down to two minutes before coming back to life.

In episode seven, Reginald took Klaus to a cemetery to confront his past trauma of being locked in a box with ghosts as a child.

In doing so, Reginald realized that the version of himself that raised the Umbrella Academy made the kids feel small in every timeline. With Reginald's empowerment, Klaus confronted the ghosts.

Klaus and Reginald's healed relationship was integral in the patriarch winning over the rest of the Umbrellas and Sparrows.

But in episode nine, Reginald refused to let Klaus go through the portal with everyone else.

"You've done a fine job bringing me back into the family fold," Reginald told him. "You're just more trouble than you're worth."

Before the Kugelblitz consumed Klaus, he threw his body against the horn of a white buffalo mounted on a room in Hotel Obsidian and killed himself.

Klaus, now understanding how his powers work, successfully resurrected himself and ended up in Hotel Oblivion with the others.

But in the reset timeline, Klaus doesn't have his power of immortality anymore.

Number Five met his future self and learned that he founded the Commission.

Number Five in season three, episode 10 of "The Umbrella Academy."
Aidan Gallagher as Number Five in season three, episode 10 of "The Umbrella Academy."Netflix

After spending the past 20 straight days saving the world twice, Five just wanted to take a breather. Instead, he was forced to problem-solve yet again when he realized that things were not as they seemed in this timeline.

Five reluctantly teamed up with Lila to use their last remaining briefcase to figure out what was actually wrong.

The Commission was destroyed by the Kugelblitz, and they learned that the universe was collapsing instead of expanding.

At the Commission's operations bunker, they encountered the founder in a chamber — who turned out to be an older version of Five. Apparently, Five founded the Commission, even though he has no memory of that.

Before the 100-year-old version of Five died, he warned his younger self: "Whatever you do, don't save the world."

With that piece of advice, Five resigned to embracing the apocalypse because all past attempts were futile.

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