BuddyTV spoke to Executive Producers Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich at Wondercon earlier this month about the spring premiere, the arrival of God Johnson (Timothy Omundson) and what fans can expect from the finale.
Initially, everyone will be dealing with Lucifer’s disappearance, while moving on with their lives. His return shakes things up in a surprising way. Chloe is understandably upset with Lucifer for disappearing after she finally gave into her feelings for him.
“What a jerk,” Modrovich jokes about Chloe’s feelings when the series picks up. Henderson adds,”There is some righteous anger on Chloe’s side.
While Chloe is upset, Lucifer is trying to protect her, “Chloe didn’t really have a choice– at least in his mind– of loving him or caring about him.” Henderson says.
“He’s in a protective mode of her because how he feels is that if God sent her, she has no choice in feelings. They’re not real and that’s not fair to her. So he’s like, ‘How do I undo it for her sake,'” Modrovich adds.
Could Chloe and Lucifer work it out? Perhaps if Lucifer realizes the truth, “What’s ironic is of course, she’s the only human who is immune to his powers so everything was her choice.”
Watch the video interview below for more on “Candy Morningstar” and the rest of Season .
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