'Lucifer' Season 4 Finale May Feature New King: Who Can It Be?

The writers' room unveiled 'Lucifer' Season 4 finale's script title, and called someone a new king of hell.
The writers' room unveiled 'Lucifer' Season 4 finale's script title, and called someone a new king of hell. (Photo: LuciferNetflix/Facebook)

"Lucifer" Season 4's cast and crew are continuously teasing what will happen in the show's return on Netflix. Lauren German recently teased the production's ending while the writers' room unveiled the season finale's script title. Here, it blocked someone's name and called the new king of hell. Who could that be?

Lucifer Writers Room revealed the cover of "Lucifer" Season 4 finale's script on Twitter. The snap showed the Episode 410 titled "[Blocked Name]: King of Hell," written by Ildy Modrovich, and directed by Eagle Egilsson.

"Here's a sneak peek of the cover for 410 -- our season finale!" she captioned the photo. "Can you guess the full title?"

According to Comic Book, with the blocked name's length, "Lucifer" Season 4 finale's new king could be Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). If it doesn't fit, then it could also possibly be Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro).

Allegedly, Dan already loves the taste of murder. In fact, in Season 2, he and Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) help slay the guy who killed Chloe's (Lauren German) father. From here, he might have developed the taste of killing. Would he be the new king of hell in "Lucifer" Season 4?

The new king of hell could also be the new character coming in "Lucifer" Season 4. However, the role's name remains to be a big mystery.

Meanwhile, Lauren German also gave her followers a glimpse of "Lucifer" Season 4's final filming session on Instagram. The 40-year-old star posted a photo of herself along with Tom Ellis and announced the production wrapped up. "It's finale time again on the '#Lucifer' set," the captioned the snap.

In the photograph, Tom Ellis and Lauren German were in character as Lucifer and Chloe. Lucifer spreads his wings and looks frantic while holding Chloe's head. Is this Chloe's end in "Lucifer" Season 4?

There will be a lot of changes in "Lucifer" Season 4. The biggest change of it all is the series' number of episodes. From the usual 22 episodes, it will only have 10 installments on Netflix this time.

Hence, fans can expect every "Lucifer" Season 4 episode to feature more action-packed and concentrated scenes. The show's co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich, on the other hand, revealed that it would still run about 40 to 44 minutes each.

"That's part of what we're going to talk to Netflix about," she said. "I think we might have a bit of room for flexibility, hopefully, so if there's a scene we love, and we don't want to cut it, we're hoping that now we won't have to." "Lucifer" Season 4 is expected to be out in 2019 on Netflix.

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