"Lucifer" Season 2 will explore the devil's motives in returning to Los Angeles. According to series creator Joe Henderson, the succeeding episodes will reveal his plan against his mother Charlotte.
The succeeding episodes of "Lucifer" Season 2 will focus on Charlotte, Ellis told The Huffington Post. It will explore her determination to get back to Heaven and bring her sons along. However, Lucifer has plans of his own too against his mother, which the remaining episodes will unravel following the devil's return to Los Angeles in the midseason premiere.
To recap, the midseason finale of "Lucifer" Season 2 saw Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) leave Los Angeles after he learned about his mother's betrayal. All the while, Charlotte knew about God's plan about Lucifer, yet she never told her son. That is, until the last moment after Lucifer saved Chloe Decker (Tricia Helfer) and learned that his father orchestrated his meeting with the detective.
Lucifer felt betrayed by his family, but most of all by Charlotte, for hiding the truth from him. He left Los Angeles, closed off Lux and was never heard of again. However, he eventually returned to his family on the May 1 episode of "Lucifer" Season 2, after he decided to act on his payback scheme against his mother.
The midseason premiere of "Lucifer" Season 2 saw the devil hire a pretend-wife to get close to Charlotte, so he would know her plans. Henderson told TV Line that this is only the first step to Lucifer's plan against his mother. He said that his scheme is something that he "feels like he needs to do."
It is unclear what Lucifer plans to do about Charlotte, but Henderson hinted that it is going to be something that she would not like. Of course, this would make Charlotte suspicious, especially when Lucifer returns as if there is no bad blood between them. "That immediately makes Mom suspicious, so her first thought is that he is up to something - and she is dead-set on figuring out what," Henderson added.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.