'Lucifer' Season 5B: Will Chloe Decker's feelings for Lucifer Morningstar change?
Now that Lucifer is God, he could bring back Dan for Chloe
Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Lucifer Morningstar's (Tom Ellis) relationship has stood the test of time. Together, they have endured more than they should have, given how they were only looking to be there for each other every step of the way until the Season 5B finale happened and everything spiraled.
Even though it was laced with action, the much-awaited ending was positively mellow. This was the creators' doing, who toned down the finale so that they'd have enough and more for Season 6. And in doing so, they left room for questions and doubts around the next installment.
Chloe gets killed by Michael, Lucifer's evil twin, and lands in heaven. By logic, he cannot enter heaven after being banished but Lilith's ring allows him to search for Chloe, and when he finally finds her, he uses the ring to revive Chloe and sends her back to Earth. This act of selflessness gives him an edge, possibly makes him God. At this point though, it's purely speculation. Later, as Chloe fights Michael, Lucifer reappears on Earth, which meant he too was brought back from the heavens.
While we are not sure how or why that happened, but Lucifer's recent promotion should have a lot to do with it. And now that he has an important job to do, it remains to be seen how much time he will have to help Chloe in the homicide cases and pursue their relationship.
Previously, we speculated that there's a chance Lucifer could bring back Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro) because that way Chloe Decker and Trixie would have someone to rely on. However, this is merely speculation. Having said that, it wouldn't be a terrible idea to see Chloe pine for someone she has shared life with than wanting to be held in the arms of a Devil-turned-God who has refused to say the "three magical words."
Ahead of the show's premiere, Lauren told Entertainment Tonight about how despite the differences, the "love" is still there. "We are not great at finding our love, but we are very great at communicating," Lauren said and added: "I am always asking and always giving an honest answer. They aren't really hiding anything from each other. The love is there. The word might not be said, but the communication is there and that gives people hope."
Since we are playing with the idea of a potential plotline out there, we would love to know your thoughts on the matter and how do you think it would work for all the parties involved?
'Lucifer' seasons one through five can be streamed on Netflix.