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Fans left the fourth season of Lucifer after the main cast endured their hardest test yet. Now Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) has been separated from his true love Chloe Decker (Lauren German), new sparks could fly back on Earth. Mazikeen star Lesley-Ann Brandt has the details for the new episodes of the original Fox show, now on Netflix. 

The highly anticipated fifth season of Lucifer is no closer to returning to Netflix after production was stalled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Showrunner Ildy Modrovich has taken to Twitter to promise fans updates would be coming ‘very soon’, but the streaming giant has yet to confirm when the next episodes will be made available.

The long-teased romance between Lucifer and his LAPD partner Chloe Decker finally made progress in the latest episode, released on Netflix last year.

Succumbing to the prophecy of Father Kinley (Graham McTavish), Lucifer accepted Chloe as his first love before returning to his domain in the underworld to keep the demonic forces suppressed.

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With the gang stuck on Earth without Lucifer to protect them in season five’s opening episodes, ‘Lucifans’ have been speculating how the human and celestial cast will fare without the series’ lead’s devilish influence.

After newcomer Eve (Inbar Levi) shook things up last season, Netflix subscribers have been speculating if any new pairings will emerge in Lucifer’s next outing.

Lucifer’s best friend Mazikeen was understandably struck by Eve, who carelessly used the demonic bounty hunty to make the former ruler of Hell jealous.

Now Mazikeen has a chance to wipe the slate clean, some fans have suggested season five could be about to add a demon/angel coupling into the mix.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight near the start of the lockdown, Lesley-Ann spoke with Katie Krause to hype her role in the upcoming season.

The Lucifer star revealed: “As an artist and the actress who’s played this character for five years this is by far my best work. They really give her some fantastic storylines and themes and ideas to explore.

“There’s great scenes with D.B. You’re not sure; like, are they ex-hookups, are they friends or where are they at?”

Mazikeen’s relationship with the alluring angel Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) has always had some sexual tension from their introduction back in season one.

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However, when ET host Katie asked whether that romantic flare would be reignited in the fifth season, Lesley-Ann Brandt confirmed ‘Mazadiel’ was off the cards.

She continued: “No, I think that’s fair to say. But I think that what you will appreciate is at the end of that there is the angel and the demon.

“By default they’re supposed to be on opposing sides, but both of those characters have evolved and by sheer force had to explore their humanity.”

Lesley-Ann was also able to confirm a key scene referring all the way back to season one that will give the audience a chance to reflect on how these two supernatural beings have grown during their time among the mortals.

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Finally, she added: “So in that you see this blossoming of a new relationship between these two and it’s really beautiful. I was really looking for the closure between those two.”

The relationship between the angel and demon was mostly left unexplored in season four, as Amenadiel was busy preparing to be a new father to Linda’s (Rachael Harris) new baby, Charlie.

Thankfully, Netflix’s new season order for Lucifer’s fifth outing has upped the next slate to 16 episodes, so there should be plenty of opportunities for Mazikeen and Amenadiel to rekindle their friendship.

Lucifer seasons 1-3 are available on Amazon Prime Video. Lucifer season 4 is available on Netflix.

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