PRE-FINALE: Lucifer returns to town on May 1 with a plan to deal with both Mom and Chloe “and it’s going to make neither of them happy,” says showrunner Joe Henderson. “But it’s something Lucifer feels like he needs to do.” Subsequent episodes will take a look at the Lucifer/Trixie (see photo) and Chloe/Maze relationships; introduce Timothy Omundson (Psych) as a psych patient/murder suspect who is legally named God and “appears to know more than he should”; and dabble in “mismatched pairings” such as Chloe/Charlotte and Amenadiel/Dan, while putting Dr. Linda’s career in jeopardy.
SEASON FINALE (MAY 29): In “The Good, the Bad and the Crispy,” “Everything comes to a head, as Lucifer finally answers the question of: What do you do with a problem called Mom?‘” says Henderson. “It’s the biggest episode we’ve ever done,” as well as the most special effects-heavy. “It’s explosive, but most importantly, it wraps up the Season 2 storyline and then ends on a cliffhanger that sets up what Season 3 is going to be. I hope to have people throwing stuff at the TV when it ends!”