5 things we want to see in Lucifer season 4

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More development for Lucifer’s character

Similar to a new conflict, I’d really like to see a bit more development in Lucifer’s character. His sarcasm and being a bit full of himself are traits that are part of his charm and make me love his character. But, Lucifer can sometimes be selfish and once again the push and pull between him and Chloe has become repetitive. Once he pulled away from her and pretended to be married and the other time he felt like he was forgetting his “true self” because he was spending too much time with Chloe and Trixie.

Most of the time when he pulled away from Chloe, he thought he was doing what was best for her because of his true nature. And now that Chloe knows the truth, he might try to do it again even though this is what he’s been trying to tell her from the beginning. Chloe may be the one to pull away, and she’d have good reason to because something like this is a lot to process!

I also hope we’ll see Lucifer be more considerate toward Maze. He tends to go to her only when he needs her help. The show has briefly brought up this issue between them like when the Sinnerman locked Lucifer and when Maze found him, she locked the door on him until he gave her the advice she needed. That shouldn’t be how it works between them, especially since they’ve been friends for centuries and it’s clear Maze wants his advice. She deserves better treatment (except maybe not when she was working with Pierce, but more on that later).

Again, I love Lucifer and his wittiness, but being on Earth and around so many humans is bound to change even the devil himself. And to his credit he has and we’ve seen it, but sometimes he falls back into old habits.

Another thing to consider is whether Lucifer will learn to embrace both sides of himself: the devil face and his wings. In the new promotional poster, his wings are black. Does that signify his character becoming darker?