Lucifer season 4 premiere title offers a sense of (relative) comfort

LuciferFor those of you who are extremely nervous about the status of certain characters entering Lucifer season 4, maybe the following is going to help calm your worries a bit: Everything will be alright, judging from the official title of the premiere via the show’s writers room.

In a new post on Twitter, the writers made it clear that “Everything’s Okay” is the official title of this episode, and it is being written by executive producer Joe Henderson. Meanwhile, Sherwin Shilati is going to serve as a director. Shilati directed “God Johnson,” which is one of our favorite episodes of the entire series, so we know that this is going to be good!

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The title here could be viewed as a reference to a couple of different things, whether it be the possible state of things for Lucifer and Chloe or also a reminder to fans that the show has a new home now and all is well. Of course, this could be somewhat tongue-in-cheek and a way in which to make everyone think that all is well before throwing the characters right into chaos.

This episode of Lucifer is going to start filming at some point moving into next week, as the cast and crew will finally descend back on Los Angeles to kick off work on the ten-episode season 4. At the moment, we anticipate a premiere within the first several months of 2019, but it’s hard to draw any firm conclusions when the ball is firmly in Netflix’s court. They can technically choose to release the new season whenever they want to. They’ll likely consider their schedule, and competition elsewhere, before making a firm decision.

In case you missed it, executive producer Ildy Modrovich did her part to comfort fans as of late worried that the move to Netflix would lead to a different sort of content on the series. You can read more about that over here.

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