Lucifer Season 3 Will Have Lucifer Keeping His Promise To Tell Chloe The Truth

Posted by September 15, 2017 Comment

Some of the most popular TV shows through history have been the ones with the question of “will they or won’t they?” Moonlighting. Cheers and even Castle are good examples of two opposite people with a lot of sexual tension eventually hooking up. And when they do, the show just isn’t the same anymore. You have that going on with Lucifer, too. As the series moves on, there is the question about Decker and Lucifer — and there was that kiss.

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But Lucifer Season 3 introduces Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling), a potential romantic interest for Chloe (Lauren German) and a rival for Lucifer (Tom Ellis). And Lucifer now has his wings back and been gone… well, for a tiny bit of time. So what is the state of the Lucifer/Chloe relationship going into the season?

Executive producer Ildy Modrovich told TVLine:

“He has not been gone long, so Chloe could give a s—t. She’s like, ‘Hey, Lucifer.’ Instead, the partners in crimesolving drift apart a bit when Chloe realizes that she’s starting to be identified as Lucifer’s partner, and she’s like, ‘Wait a second, he’s my consultant.’ She’s realizing, ‘Hey, I need to be more present, be more aggressive,’ and so she separates herself a little from personal things with Lucifer. But of course that’s going to be a struggle, because there is such connection between the two of them.”

But, with everything that has happened, will Lucifer keep his promise of revealing the truth to Chloe? Modrovich told EW.com:

“Yes, it just might not go as smoothly now that he has his wings.”

And Fox has released a video showing the 10 things you need to know before watching Lucifer Season 3… and number one on the list is that Chloe and Lucifer kissed. But it feels like the series is going to be backing away from anything happening between them — for now.

(Last Updated September 15, 2017 1:43 pm )

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