Might contain spoilers to the two last episodes of season 3 of Lucifer.
At the beginning of August, we got the news that Lucifer would be starting productions very soon, then we also got the premier title revealed by the official Twitter of the writers behind Lucifer. After Netflix saved this incredible TV show, you can see that they have the love for the fans and for what they’re doing. The cast and even the writers behind the show are giving us a look into what is to come.
Right now, the writers gave another title, which makes a total of three titles that have gotten revealed by the Twitter page.
— Lucifer Writers Room (@LUCIFERwriters) August 29, 2018
The third title is yet another sentence you can hear Lucifer Morningstar say out loud. With the third title revealed and looking back at the titles we already know, do you think we could piece some things together from last season?
The first title, the crucial episode that will probably tell us everything. When we saw the two episodes that aired before the finale, Chloe Decker (Lauren German) finally saw the true nature of Lucifer (Tom Ellis). Everything was out in the open, and she believed everything that he has been saying from the moment they met. The next episode, however, was a very Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia) centered episode as nothing has happened between Chloe and Lucifer. The episode after that was the season finale, which left us wanting for more. It was an episode that was out of the point of view of the big guy up there.
With the premiere title ‘Everything’s Okay,’ makes me think that we will get to see how Chloe and Lucifer’s relationship is after she saw the truth. The rest of the titles doesn’t really tell us anything about what we can expect from the coming seasons. Only that Lucifer will probably be in a situation where he will doubt the divinity of his father (here I’m referring to the third title ‘O, Ye Of Little Faith, Father)?
What do you think we can expect in the coming season of Lucifer on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below.
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