Lucifer season 6: Lesley-Ann Brandt hints at Mazikeen and Eve reunion for final season

Lucifer: Netflix releases trailer for season five part two

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Demon bounty hunter Mazikeen (played by Lesley-Ann Brandt) and the first woman, Eve (Inbar Lavi), finally gave fans the romantic moments they’ve been waiting for in Lucifer season five, part two. However, after Netflix’s surprising renewal for the series last year, it’s still unclear whether Eve will be coming back for season six.

Lesley-Ann Brandt has hinted her character Mazikeen’s fledgling romance with new partner, Eve, will continue to grow in Lucifer’s last season.

The first woman made a surprising return midway through the second part of season five, briefly as a masked rival bounty hunter before her identity was revealed.

Sadly, she had to spend some time in the hospital after being injured on the job, allowing Maze to make her heartfelt confession.

Their relationship began with a rocky start, as the demon originally gifted her girlfriend the ring of immortality she inherited from her mother, Lilith (L Scott Caldwell), which Eve refused.

Thankfully, Maze soon came round and realised her partner doesn’t have to live forever in order for their relationship to have meaning.

In a recent interview with TVLine, Brandt explained: “It’s a blessing [to find that love].

“Whether Maze and Eve work out, just to be able to have felt that and lived that, I think, is the blessing.”

Her comments proved somewhat scary for fans, who may interpret them as meaning Mazikeen and Eve will have more issues down the line.

For now, though, the couple remain the fan favourite pairing of the new season, even topping Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and Chloe Decker (Lauren German) for some viewers.

Indeed, the Lucifer fanbase has been wanting the two characters to get together ever since Eve was introduced in season four.

Just like the fans, Brandt seems to think the series is much better off with Eve in the principal cast.

She continued: “Ultimately, she is moved by the thought of not having her, and acting against her own stubbornness.”

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After Eve declined the possibility of living together, Maze eventually realised she still wanted to spend as much time together as possible.

However brief their relationship relative to the demon’s long lifespan turns out to be, she’ll still walk away from the experience a better person than the Mazikeen we met at the very start of the series.

Furthermore, as Brandt’s wishes for her character to learn and grow from her time in the mortal plane are fulfilled, Eve’s influence could be paramount to her character development in Lucifer’s last instalment.

She explained: “I think what Maze learns to do is to live in the reach. To always strive to do better. And be better. Even sitting, uncomfortably so, in whatever she is feeling.”

“Love, sadness, pain… all of it. Because as hard and as challenging as life on Earth and human relationships is, it is equally as rewarding and fulfilling.

“And you only need to look at this incredible family that we’ve created, and these relationships that we’ve nourished, to see that.”

The Lucifer family tragically became a little smaller after the death of Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) in the latest episodes.

Luckily, Eve has become just as beloved a character amongst ‘Lucifans’, and could be the perfect candidate to fill the Dan-shaped hole in the cast if Inbar Lavi is indeed returning for season six.

Lucifer Season 5, Part 2 is available to stream on Netflix.

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