In the Season 3 Finale, Chloe finally discovered the truth about Lucifer — because she saw his devil face. How will she react to learning that he’s been telling her the truth this entire time?
Is There a Romantic Future for Chloe and Lucifer?
Before she saw his devil face, the two were getting closer and had even shared a kiss. But is a romantic relationship off the table now that she knows who he really is?
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Will Chloe and Lucifer Be Able to Keep Working Cases Together?
Whether or not she can accept the fact that he is the devil, will she be able to continue solving cases with him?
Will Dan and/or Ella Learn the Truth About Lucifer?
Now that Chloe knows the truth, will she, Lucifer, and the others in the know bring the rest of their friends/coworkers into the fold?
How Will Dan Deal With Charlotte’s Death?
At the end of Season 3, Dan (Kevin Alejandro) was focused on finding Charlotte’s killer (a.k.a. Pierce). Now that Pierce has been taken care of, will Dan properly grieve?
Will Chloe Knowing the Truth Affect Her and Maze’s Friendship?
Is Chloe going to know everything, including that Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) is a demon? If so, how will that affect their friendship and living situation, if at all?
Are There Any Lingering Issues Between Linda and Maze in Season 4?
Things got messy in Season 3 between the friends because of Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside). The two women seemed fine in the finale, especially after Maze faced a dozen men and ran several miles to make sure Linda (Rachael Harris) was safe. Are they going to be good in Season 4, or will there be any unresolved issues they need to get past?
Thanks to Netflix saving Lucifer after Fox canceled it, Tom Ellis returns as the handsome devil for another season on the streaming service.
Considering the major cliffhanger on which Season 3 ended, fans have to be happy that they are going to get a chance to see how Chloe (Lauren German) reacts to the truth about her crime-solving partner now that she's seen his devil face.