'Lucifer' Season 4 Spoilers: Episode Titles, New Cast Members Revealed
Little details about "Lucifer" Season 4 emerge as it will soon come on Netflix. New cast members are about to join the show while its writers' room gives a glimpse to most of its episode titles.
As a token of appreciation for fans' continues support, the writers' room reveals "Lucifer" Season 4's new episode titles every week. The show is set to have 10 episodes - three parts short compared to 13 to 26 installments it got when it was still on Fox - and the writers' room revealed eight out of its 10 titles.
According to TV Insider, "Lucifer" Season 4 Episode 1 is "Everything's Okay" written by its showrunners Joe Henderson while Episode 2 is "Somebody's Been Reading Dante's Inferno" by Idly Morovich. Episode 3 is "O, Ye Of Little Faith, Father" by Jessika Borsiczky, Episode 4 "All About Eve" by Chris Rafferty, Episode 5 "Expire Erect" by Mike Costa, Episode 6 is "Orgy Pants to Work" by Aiyana White, Episode 7 is "Devil Is As Devil Does" by Jen Graham Imada, and Episode 8 is "Super Bad Boyfriend" by Jason Ning.
The writers' room is yet to reveal "Lucifer" Season 4's release date, so fans still have to wait for its official announcement. But as most of its episode titles get unveiled, they could now think what the stories behind those headings are.
Aside from episode titles, Netflix unveiled the new cast members that will join "Lucifer" Season 4. Vinessa Vidotto joins the show as Remiel, an angel that is Amenadiel's (D.B. Woodside) younger sister. He looks up to his big brother, but feels unappreciated and overshadowed as she tries to meet his sky-high standards, per TV Line.
Inbar Levi will also join "Lucifer" Season 4 as Eve. The "Prison Break" star will play the role of an original sinner, who is still obsessed with her first love Lucifer (Tom Ellis). After spending eternity with Adam, she is now longing to be with the infamous ruler of Hell.
However, it is not yet also revealed if the show's original cast members from Fox would all return in "Lucifer" Season 4 now that it is on Netflix. But according to Digital Spy, a lot of fans expect Tom Ellis and Lauren German to come back as Lucifer Morningstar and Detective Chloe Decker, respectively. Viewers would like to see the continuation of the previous season finale after Chloe finally saw Lucifer's evil figure when he killed Lt. Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling).
Other stars that are expected to return in "Lucifer" Season 4 are Kevin Alejandro as Detective Dan Espinoza, DB Woodside as Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen, Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez, and Rachael Harris as Dr. Linda Martin, among others. Netflix has yet to announce the show's official release date, but it is assumed to be out in 2019.