'Lucifer' Season 5: How will Maze react to Lucifer leaving her behind on Earth?
Lesley-Ann Brandt, who plays Mazikeen aka Maze, shared on her Twitter handle that season five will focus on how Mazikeen deals with Lucifer leaving her behind
After four successful seasons, 'Lucifer' has been renewed for a fifth season which will be the last one for the series.
The Netflix show based on the life of the devil on Earth will finally see the demon king return to Hell.
While many characters played integral roles in Lucifer's journey as the devil, one character who stood by him all these years was Mazikeen "Maze" Smith (Lesley-Ann Brandt).
Brandt posted on her twitter handle that season five will focus on how Mazikeen deals with Lucifer leaving her behind and returning to hell.
Maze totally fell in love with Lucifer when they first met.
She always protected him and was right there when he needed her over millions of years.
Lucifer was happy with his life on Earth and his best friend Maze played the role of a servant, assistant, and right-hand woman.
In Season 2, her true identity was revealed and it turned out she was a demon serving her Lord like a loyal follower.
She even worked under him at his night club Lux as a bartender so she could keep an eye on him at all times.
As the story progressed, Lucifer started working for the LAPD alongside detective Decker (Lauren German).
Maze begins to feel a little jealous and ignored after Decker's entry into Lucifer's life.
Maze has stayed on Earth for so many years to protect Lucifer and to have his back but, now, he begins to treat her like she never existed.
Maze is one of the most powerful and oldest demons who ever existed.
The time when Lucifer was the king of Hell, she was faithfully serving him and helped him torment the souls of departed humans.
Lucifer considered her as one of his most loyal and reliant servants and called her "the most skilled and efficient torturer Hell's ever known".
She was one of the most powerful and brutal demons, her torture techniques were attempted on the Goddess (Lucifer's mother) for thousands of years.
The attempt to torture the Goddess failed as she had no physical form.
In the last scene of Season 4, we see that Lucifer leaves Earth and takes his throne back as the 'Lord of Hell' leaving Maze on Earth.
The plot of the last episode was intense and gripping as angel Linda (Racheal Harris) and Lucifers' older brother Amenadiel (DB Woodside) had a baby boy, Charlie, who was kidnapped by the demons to make him the next king of hell as he was a 'half-angel'.
The scene ended with Maze, Amanadiel, Eve, Chloe and Lucifer winning the fight and saving baby Charlie.
This goes to show how dedicated Maze is towards Lucifer and no matter what comes her way or how she feels emotionally she doesn't back off from helping him.
Fans of this captivating drama series are waiting to see how she reacts to Lucifer leaving her behind on Earth.
Brandt shared a hint about what lies in store in Twitter post.
The fifth and final season of 'Luicer', which will have 16 episodes, was announced by Netflix on June 6.