Lesley-Ann Brandt is a South African actress from Cape Town. In 2016, she landed the role of Mazikeen, also known as Maze, in Lucifer and has been part of the show’s main cast ever since. Maze has been unlucky in love throughout the series but will Maze and Amenadiel get together? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
Will Maze and Amenadiel ever get together?
At the end of Lucifer season four, Maze was left heartbroken after Eve (played by Inbar Lavi) decided to leave Los Angeles to go on a discovery on self-discovery.
Lucifer stars Lauren German and Lesley-Ann Brandt have teased in numerous interviews that the beginning of season five will see them both deal with their heartbreak and try to mend each other’s broken hearts.
Fans of Chloe Decker’s and Maze’s friendship can expect a lot of partying and drinking from the pair in the first few episodes.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Brandt confirmed she will have to face her ex in the new series after it was confirmed Inbar Lavi would return as Eve.
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She said: “And, as you guys all know, Eve does eventually come back and there’s all kinds of drama.
“I think [Maze], at the end of the season, she makes a decision that is the best for her, but she goes through that breakup, hurt, trying other things.”
She added that Maze will “make a decision that is the absolute best for her and the character moving forward.”
While the majority of Lucifer fans are hoping for an Eve and Maze reunion, day one Lucifer fans are hoping Maze and Amenadiel (DB Woodside) could get back together.
The angel and devil had a special connection back in season one, with Amenadiel having romantic feelings towards her.
When Amenadiel found out that Maze was spying on Amenadiel on behalf of Lucifer, things turned sour.
However, by season three, Amenadiel l moved on and things had been awkward ever since.
Brandt told Entertainment Tonight that she and Amenadiel would be spending a lot of time together.
She said: “There are great scenes with DB [Woodside] and I think that storyline with Amenadiel, you’re not sure like, are they ex-hookups or friends or where are they at, you know?”
Sadly, Brandt confirmed that Maze’s and Amenadiel’s relationship does not become romantic in any sense.
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After all, Amenadiel is already romantically involved with Dr Linda (Rachel Harris) and the will be trying to raise their half-human, half-angel baby on Earth in season five.
She added: “I think what you will appreciate, at the end of that, is you have the angel and the demon — which, by default, they’re supposed to be on opposing sides, right?
“But both of those characters have faults and had to, by pure force, explore their humanity, and in that, you see this blossoming of a new relationship between these two and it’s really beautiful… I was really looking for the closure with those two as the actress.”
Brandt also hinted that the story of Lucifer is not quite finished.
Rumours had been circulating Netflix was planning to reverse its decision to cancel Lucifer and talks for a potential sixth series were in the works.
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She told Entertainment Tonight: “I do feel like it would be fun to explore, especially where we end off on season five.
“ That being said, I feel like our show is peaking and I want us to end on that – pow! That was amazing!”
Filming for Lucifer season five has been postponed due to the current coronavirus outbreak.
Lucifer co-creator Ildy Modrovich confirmed the news filming on Lucifer had been postponed on her Twitter page.
Modrovich told Lucifer fans on Twitter the cast and crew of Lucifer will resume filming when it is safe to do so.
The final season of Lucifer will have 16 episodes, split into two halves, so hopefully, the first eight episodes had completed filming and the editing stages and will remain unaffected by the outbreak.
If so, this would mean Lucifer season five, part one will likely go ahead with its spring 2020 release date.
Express.co.uk will update this article when more information is available.
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