Today, the Lucifer season 4 episode 2 title was formally revealed, and based on our first impression there’s a lot to love here.
Per a post on Twitter from the official writers room, the title for the second episode is “Somebody’s Been reading Dante’s Inferno.” It is written by none other than co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich and directed by Sam Hill.
So what do we make of this title? Our interpretation of it is actually fairly simple: This could be a reference to preconceived notions that Chloe / anyone else could have about Hell / demons based on what is out there in literature. It is pretty easy to jump to conclusions, but the world that Lucifer, Maze, and many other characters know may be far from a reflection of what is in The Divine Comedy and some of the other literature that is out there.
Obviously, at this point Chloe knows about the devil face; yet, copuld some other characters find out at the same time? What is so interesting about the cliffhanger at the end of season 3 is that there are so many different directions in which the story could veer based on what the writers choose to do — and all of them could be fun. We may only be getting ten episodes for the upcoming season, but every single impression that we have at the moment suggests that we are certainly in for a great time.
Lucifer season 4, unfortunately, will not be premiering until we get around to potentially early next year — but with filming underway and episode titles being released, we’re at least going to have a chance for some near-continuous updates. With that said, we do think that the team behind-the-scenes is going to get a little bit more secretive over time.
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