Viewers have been engrossed in season three’s cliffhangers and will now finally see a proper resolution.
Season four will continue the story and conclude any loose ends from the previous series.
Co-showrunner Joe Henderson spoke about the fight between Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) and Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling) and what this could mean for season four.
Joe said: “One of the big things we established in this finale is you control your own fate, and that includes angels.
“You are what you make of yourself. Part of [the cause] is the actual murder, and part of it is in doing so, what Lucifer sees himself as.
“That’s a big thing we wanted to unravel in season four.
“‘Why did my Devil face come back in that moment? Is it because I killed a man? Is it because I liked it?’”
Co-showrunner Joe also told TVLine about how season four would deal with Chloe Decker (Lauren German) being forced to believe the truth about Lucifer.
He said: “There’s no going back. We wanted to back ourselves into this corner, so there was no way we couldn’t stick with what we did.
“This is the end of an act, and the beginning of the next one is Chloe knowing the truth and having to deal with both the fact that her partner was actually the Devil, but also the man she has grown to love.
“That’s what we wanted to explore in season four.”
Lucifer season four looks set to delve into the relationship between Lucifer and Chloe.
This should also wrap up the cliffhanger fans were left watching at the end of season three.
It has now been revealed that the popular series will see a brand new character from Lucifer’s past show up in the new series.
The character will “change everything about the show”, it was revealed.
Joe made the announcement to the TVLine, adding it will “bring a whole new dimension to everything”.
The news outlet did go on to confirm that Joe wasn’t referring to Azrael, the Angel of Death.
Netflix has yet to announce a firm release date but work is underway after Joe confirmed that production would be starting “soon, August-ish”.
Previous seasons of Lucifer have had various premiere dates including January, September and October, so it’s uncertain when the new season will be hitting screens.
Lucifer season four is set to go into production this summer.