Lorna (Emma Dumont) and Marcos (Sean Teale) were the star-crossed lovers of The Gifted Season 1 when they were forced apart for half the season by Sentinel Services.
Lorna's view on how to make the world a safer place for mutants is what is keeping the two parents-to-be apart in Season 2 and it's going to tug at some heartstrings .
The Gifted creator Matt Nix said: "It's pretty exciting. What I'll say [about Lorna and Marcos] is that while there are forces tearing them apart, there are also forces bringing them together. That's what makes them a compelling love story."
Even though Lorna separated from The Underground at the end of Season 1, it doesn't mean that she's lost all affection for Marcos.
In fact, she's actually trying to do what's best for him — they just can't reach an agreement.事实上，她是在尽力为他做最好的事情——他们只是无法达成一致。[/cn]
"When Polaris left, she didn't leave to go be a bad guy. She left, in her view, because she wanted to create a world that was safe for her child and ultimately a world that was safe for Marcos as well," Nix explained.
"The fact that they are doing these things out of love keeps them in each other's orbits in a good way."
Even if Marcos is angry at Lorna for leaving the group, he'd never desert his child, but needless to say this is going to be a complicated custody agreement.