List of Lucifer episodes
Lucifer is an American fantasy police procedural comedy-drama television series developed by Tom Kapinos that premiered on Fox on January 25, 2016. It features a character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg taken from the comic book series The Sandman, which later became the protagonist of the spin-off comic book series Lucifer written by Mike Carey, both published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint.
In April 2016, Fox renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on September 19, 2016. On February 13, 2017, the series was renewed for a third season, which premiered on October 2, 2017. As of March 19, 2018,[update] 49 episodes of Lucifer have aired.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||January 25, 2016||April 25, 2016|
|2||18||September 19, 2016||May 29, 2017|
|3||24||October 2, 2017||May 14, 2018|
Season 1 (2016)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|1||1||"Pilot"||Len Wiseman||Tom Kapinos||January 25, 2016||276096||7.16|
|Lucifer Morningstar, the retired ruler of Hell, owns a high-end night club in Los Angeles. When the pop star he tries to help is murdered in front of him by a drug dealer, he uses his powers of persuasion to assist Detective Chloe Decker in apprehending the true culprit behind the murder. All the while, he must deal with his brother, the dark-winged angel Amenadiel, who is putting pressure on him from their "father" to return to running Hell.|
|2||2||"Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil."||Nathan Hope||Joe Henderson||February 1, 2016||4X6502||6.00|
|Lucifer and Chloe work together again to solve a homicide, this time that of a movie star's son who was killed by an overeager paparazzo who frequently created volatile situations in order to get the "first scoop" on the story.|
|3||3||"The Would-Be Prince of Darkness"||Louis Milito||Jason Ning & Jenn Kao||February 8, 2016||4X6510||5.47|
|When a football star whom Lucifer convinced to lose his virginity is arrested for the murder of the girl with whom he had sex, Lucifer works to prove his innocence.|
|4||4||"Manly Whatnots"||Matt Earl Beesley||Ildy Modrovich||February 15, 2016||4X6503||5.13|
|Chloe and Lucifer investigate a missing persons case involving a girl, Lindsay Jolson, who was involved with a pick-up artist. The investigation is complicated by Lucifer's repeated attempts to seduce Chloe in an effort to better understand her. Meanwhile, Amenadiel confronts a reluctant Mazikeen about Lucifer. At Lucifer's encouragement, Chloe shoots him in the leg. To Lucifer's bewilderment, he feels pain and bleeds.|
|5||5||"Sweet Kicks"||Tim Matheson||Sheri Elwood||February 22, 2016||4X6504||4.86|
|Chloe begs Lucifer to help her in a case involving an artist/high-end shoe designer who was once in a street gang. In doing so, Lucifer knowingly puts himself in danger, finding it exciting to test his mortality. He and Chloe are ultimately rescued from a hostile situation by Mazikeen. Meanwhile, Amenadiel surprises Dr. Martin by showing up at her office after hours, stating he is a fellow psychotherapist, who has just moved into the office next door. The two agree to have drinks and openly discuss patients.|
|6||6||"Favorite Son"||David Paymer||Jason Ning||February 29, 2016||4X6505||3.91|
|When a warehouse is robbed and the security guard murdered, it turns out that the stolen container belongs to Lucifer. He and Chloe then work to find the culprit, which Lucifer sees as protecting his reputation in the city. Meanwhile, Lucifer continues to struggle with his identity and Amenadiel continues to try to use Dr. Martin to get to Lucifer. It is revealed that the stolen shipping container holds Lucifer's wings.|
|7||7||"Wingman"||Eriq La Salle||Alex Katsnelson||March 7, 2016||4X6506||4.24|
|Lucifer continues the search for his wings and turns to Amenadiel for help. Amenadiel rejects at first, so Lucifer enlists Chloe to assist him. Meanwhile, Chloe asks Dan for help in investigating the Palmetto case in the hopes that she can find something to confirm her suspicions against Malcolm, the cop who is in coma. The wings are apparently about to be sold at an auction. Lucifer goes to the auction where Amenadiel shows up to help Lucifer. Lucifer regains his wings, but burns them to anger Amenadiel and halt his own return to his former throne as the King of Hell. Whereas, Chloe and Dan find a new lead on the Palmetto case.|
|8||8||"Et Tu, Doctor?"||Eagle Egilsson||Jenn Kao||March 14, 2016||4X6507||3.86|
|Feeling reborn, Lucifer celebrates his "rebirthday" at the Lux. And Malcolm, who wakes up from his coma, also celebrates his coming back. Chloe and Lucifer investigate the murder of a controversial therapist who advocates adultery as a means of saving relationships. Meanwhile, Lucifer shoehorns his own therapist, Dr. Linda Martin, into the case in an attempt to "solve" Chloe's issue with Dan. While solving the murder case, Lucifer realizes what is happening to him. Malcolm meets Chloe to explain that whoever shot him dead clearly does not have a problem shooting cops. Chloe and Lucifer then look for Malcolm's partner but find him dead with a suicide note, while Dan mysteriously meets with Malcolm.|
|9||9||"A Priest Walks into a Bar"||David Frazee||Chris Rafferty||March 21, 2016||4X6508||3.82|
|Lucifer and Chloe investigate when a priest asks for Lucifer's help in stopping a drug ring he believes is being headed by the counselor at a local youth center. However, a problem arises when the youth counselor is found dead and suspicion quickly falls on the priest. Meanwhile, Amenadiel meets with Malcolm to discuss the reason he brought him back from Hell, which is to kill someone.|
|10||10||"Pops"||Tara Nicole Weyr||Alex Katsnelson & Mike Costa||March 28, 2016||4X6509||3.76|
|Chloe and Lucifer investigate the poisoning death of the owner/chef at an upscale Mexican restaurant whom Lucifer admires. Suspicion falls on the owner's estranged son, a recovering drug addict, and the sous-chef, Anne, who would assume control of the restaurant if the son were out of the picture. The investigation is complicated by the surprise arrival of Chloe's mother, Penelope Decker, whom Lucifer also much admires. At home, Chloe and Penelope argue about Trixie, causing Trixie to run away to find Lucifer, but she ends up making friends with Mazikeen. Meanwhile, Malcolm reveals to Dan his plan to kill Lucifer, as directed by Amenadiel, and Mazikeen starts visiting Dr. Martin as a patient. Dan meets with Malcolm again saying that he couldn't let Malcolm kill Lucifer, so they end up fighting and Dan is knocked unconscious.|
|11||11||"St. Lucifer"||Mairzee Almas||Sheri Elwood & David McMillan||April 11, 2016||4X6511||3.44|
|Lucifer finds doing charitable work thrilling and begins to explore it by donating to a local charity in honor of its murdered founder, Tim Dunlear. Amenadiel finds unlikely companionship. Meanwhile, Dan, held captive by Malcolm, tries to escape and warn Lucifer before Malcolm gets to him. Also, Lucifer learns something new about his mortality.|
|12||12||"#TeamLucifer"||Greg Beeman||Ildy Modrovich||April 18, 2016||4X6512||3.81|
|When a member of a satanic church is killed, Lucifer is greatly disturbed that anyone would kill in his name. When it turns out that Malcolm is the one killing those people to honor him, Lucifer threatens torment but then he is interrupted by Amenadiel, which allows Malcolm to run away. They start fighting each other until they are stopped by Mazikeen. Later, Chloe stops by the Lux to talk to Lucifer, but instead finds the dead body of the street preacher who was seen arguing with Lucifer on TV. Elsewhere, Lucifer's realization that Chloe makes him physically vulnerable leads to him becoming paranoid.|
|13||13||"Take Me Back to Hell"||Nathan Hope||Joe Henderson||April 25, 2016||4X6513||3.89|
|Amenadiel saves Lucifer from being arrested by Chloe and they go to Amenadiel's office to talk. Dr. Martin shows up and advises the brothers. They go looking for Malcolm while Mazikeen helps Chloe hunt for Lucifer. Amenadiel finds Malcolm, they fight and Malcolm wounds Amenadiel with one of Mazikeen's daggers. Mazikeen saves the dying Amenadiel with the feather she kept from Lucifer's wings. Dan turns himself in clearing Lucifer of the murder. Chloe seizes Malcolm's money and he kidnaps Trixie to force her to give it back. At the exchange, Lucifer is fatally shot when he intervenes to try and save Chloe and Trixie. Lucifer prays to God offering to return to work for him if he saves Chloe. God restores Lucifer's powers and they kill Malcolm. A worried Lucifer tells Amenadiel that God has asked him to hunt for a soul who has escaped from Hell, their mother.|
Season 2 (2016–17)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date [note 1]||Prod.
|14||1||"Everything's Coming Up Lucifer"||Nathan Hope||Joe Henderson||September 19, 2016||T13.20051||4.36|
|As Lucifer helps Chloe with a murder case involving a stand-in for a popular teen show actress, he becomes convinced that his mother's soul is occupying the body of the murderer to torment him. Lucifer tells Dr. Martin the story of how the union of his father and mother created the universe, but his mother was ultimately banished to Hell forever. Chloe tells Lucifer that she has some of his blood from the shooting and plans to test it to either prove or disprove his claims of being the devil. When Amenadiel finds out about this, he makes up a story for Chloe that portrays Lucifer as delusional, but human. Like Lucifer, Amenadiel starts to show signs of losing his angelic powers on Earth. Dan is reinstated to the police force, but gets demoted. Maze also returns from her absence, saying that she went to see a friend and wants to figure out how she fits into this world. At the end of the episode, Lucifer's mother shows up at his door, seeking help.|
|15||2||"Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire"||Louis Milito||Ildy Modrovich||October 3, 2016||T13.20052||3.67|
|Lucifer's mother is shown awaking in her new body in pain, finding a screwdriver lodged in her neck. She explains her story to Lucifer and they return to the hotel room that Charlotte last remembers being in, finding two murdered bodies. Lucifer is convinced his mother committed the crimes and gets Chloe and Dan to investigate. Lucifer later learns that the body his mother occupies is that of Charlotte Richards, a law firm's managing partner who had been having an affair with the man she recently promoted to senior partner. Cocaine is also found hidden in Charlotte's home, giving the team more suspects. The investigation ultimately shows that Charlotte was a victim and Charlotte was not the murderer. With the crime solved, Lucifer chastises Charlotte for abandoning him when he was banished to Hell. She replies that God initially wanted to end Lucifer's existence, but she convinced God to send him to Hell instead. Lucifer seems to accept the explanation and walks away, after which Charlotte looks to the sky with a sly grin.|
|16||3||"Sin-Eater"||Mairzee Almas||Alex Katsnelson||October 10, 2016||T13.20053||3.67|
|Chloe and Dan bring Lucifer in on a case involving a serial killer, whose methods of torturing victims bother Lucifer because he sees it as someone usurping his role. They find a connection to an online video-sharing company headed by Leila Simms, as the murder victims are revealed to have shot and posted videos of other people being humiliated. Back at the precinct, Chloe and Dan discuss their effect on Trixie, with Dan finally saying they need to get a divorce. Charlotte insists that Lucifer let her see her other son, Amenadiel. Although Lucifer refuses to help, Charlotte manages to speak to Amenadiel at Lux while she is there alone. Lucifer walks in on the discussion and comes to a decision on the punishment he will give his Charlotte for escaping Hell: she will be sentenced to live among the humanity that she so despises.|
|17||4||"Lady Parts"||Ben Bray||Sheri Elwood||October 17, 2016||T13.20054||3.63|
|Chloe, Dan, and Lucifer investigate a young woman's dead body found discarded in the woods. The woman has a triangle-shaped stamp on her wrist which becomes a key clue when they find another female victim with the same stamp. With Chloe depressed over her pending divorce, Maze, Dr. Martin, and Ella take her to a bar for girls night. Chloe sees a man who has the triangle stamp on his wrist and soon learns the stamp comes from an underground sex club. They discover a man named Yuri had a connection to both victims and photos on his phone help them find the killer. Elsewhere, Charlotte struggles to adjust to her domestic life, while Amenadiel agonizes over his diminishing angelic powers. He then learns of Lucifer's deal with God: return Charlotte to Hell in exchange for sparing Chloe's life. Amenadiel says Lucifer's punishment of Charlotte does not fulfill the deal and wonders if God will take back his half of the bargain. Just then, Chloe is shown driving when a car smashes into hers.|
|18||5||"Weaponizer"||Karen Gaviola||Jason Ning||October 24, 2016||T13.20055||3.55|
|Chloe's car accident is revealed to have been caused by Uriel, Lucifer's and Amenadiel's brother who has the special ability to foresee patterns. Chloe is not badly hurt and she goes right back to work, starting the case of murdered action star Wesley Cabot. Uriel tells Lucifer that the accident was a message: return Charlotte to Hell within 24 hours or Chloe will die. Lucifer visits Charlotte, telling her Uriel is a sign of God's anger and that others will come to take her to Hell if she does not go willingly. Charlotte refuses. Amenadiel and Uriel soon get in a fight. With Amenadiel's weakness and Uriel anticipating his moves, Uriel easily wins. Lucifer finally sees that Amenadiel has lost his powers. Lucifer then confronts Uriel and sees him with Azrael's dagger, acquired from the angel of death. Realizing Uriel intends to use the dagger to end Charlotte's existence permanently, Lucifer fights with his brother and loses. Maze arrives to battle with Uriel and, in the scuffle, Uriel loses hold of the dagger. Lucifer retrieves the instrument and plunges the blade into Uriel, which kills him for good, but not before he says something in Lucifer's ear.|
|19||6||"Monster"||Eagle Egilsson||Chris Rafferty||October 31, 2016||T13.20056||3.42|
|At a zombie-themed wedding, shots from an unseen source wound the groom and kill the bride. Chloe and Dan investigate and Lucifer later arrives hung over, still shaken from exterminating Uriel. Chloe reluctantly agrees to let Maze take Trixie out trick-or-treating so she can continue working the case. Maze reveals part of her true face to Trixie and Trixie thinks it's a costume. Amenadiel visits Charlotte, who praises the way he's always done what his Father asked. Amenadiel then starts to criticize God for allowing everything that has happened to the family. Chloe tracks the wedding sniper to a pharmaceutical company and Lucifer steps in front of the man's next intended victim, hoping to be shot himself. Chloe then ambushes the shooter and arrests him without incident. Lucifer visits Dr. Martin and confesses to killing his brother. He says he's always been a punisher, but never killed anyone before. As Lucifer tells the story, Dr. Martin interrupts, asking him to stop speaking in metaphors and insisting he be honest. Lucifer then reveals his true face to Dr. Martin to prove he is not lying, leaving her in a state of shock.|
|20||7||"My Little Monkey"||Tara Nicole Weyr||Jenn Kao||November 7, 2016||T13.20057||3.52|
|Chloe gets a case that hits close to home, when she learns the man convicted of killing Officer John Decker, her father, is being released from prison under supervision to attend his granddaughter's Christening. When the prisoner and his driver/guard subsequently end up murdered, Chloe and Dan reinvestigate and learn that the wrong man was in prison. During the case, Lucifer, still disgusted with himself, tries to look and act like Dan to feel more useful. Elsewhere, Dr. Martin says she has to drop Maze as a friend upon learning that she is a demon. Maze, meanwhile, is searching for a profession to fulfill her existence on earth. When she helps Chloe and the team find Deputy Warden Perry Smith, the man who ordered the killing of John Decker, Maze decides she will be a bounty hunter.|
|21||8||"Trip to Stabby Town"||Nathan Hope||Jeff Lieber||November 14, 2016||T13.20058||3.87|
|Chloe, Dan, and Lucifer take on the case of a female stabbing victim, who is revealed to have been a member of a yoga group that borders on a cult. Lucifer also asks Ella for help in his own case: finding out who stole Azrael's dagger from Uriel's grave. Ella helps lead Lucifer to Charlotte's law firm. When confronted, Charlotte reveals she released the dagger into the world to get God's attention. Chloe's and Lucifer's cases cross when several members of the yoga group are found stabbed to death with Azrael's blade resting in the final victim. Dan briefly holds the blade and threatens Lucifer for ruining his family, but Dan manages to break free of the blade's hold through sheer willpower. Later, Amenadiel tells Lucifer he wants things back in their proper places with Lucifer in Hell and Charlotte in Heaven, but Charlotte says she wants her entire family back in Heaven. Lucifer says he despised living in Hell, but the thought of Heaven is even worse. He says the only place he feels respected is on Earth. Meanwhile, Lucifer resumes his sessions with Dr. Martin, who begins to realize Lucifer is like a lot of her therapy patients: a damaged individual from a dysfunctional family.|
|22||9||"Homewrecker"||Greg Beeman||Mike Costa||November 21, 2016||T13.20059||3.63|
|Chloe, Dan, and Lucifer tackle the murder of a wealthy real estate mogul who owned the entire block that includes Lux. Their investigation turns up multiple people with motives, including the victim's son, his fiancée who comes from modest means, and a rival real estate developer who wants to tear down the whole block, including Lux, to put up a shopping mall. The developer is about to get her wish until Chloe manages to get the building that houses Lux declared a historic landmark. Meanwhile, Charlotte becomes friendly with Dan and starts to strongly believe that Chloe is the reason Lucifer wants to stay on Earth. Charlotte meets with a bomb maker and plans to blow up Chloe when she steps into her car.|
|23||10||"Quid Pro Ho"||Nathan Hope||Ildy Modrovich & Julia Fontana||November 28, 2016||T13.20060||4.09|
|Charlotte's attempt to kill Chloe is stopped by Amenadiel, who convinces her that eliminating Chloe would only cause Lucifer to be relentless in finding her killer. Lucifer later learns Charlotte tried to kill Chloe, but his thoughts soon turn to the trial of John Decker's murder, with Charlotte assigned to defend Warden Smith. Lucifer takes the stand as a witness and testifies that Chloe was first on the scene, putting a conviction at risk because Chloe provides reasonable doubt. Charlotte tries to convince Chloe to lie on the stand and paint Lucifer's testimony as false, which is the only way the warden could be convicted, but Chloe instead says Lucifer told the truth. Amenadiel later meets Chloe's mother Penelope, who is distraught over her husband's killer being set free. Amenadiel remembers meeting Penelope and John Decker 35 years ago, when he was sent by God to assist in a miracle, allowing Penelope to get pregnant. He then meets with Charlotte, telling her the story and stating that Lucifer's coming to Earth and meeting Chloe was predestined.|
|24||11||"Stewardess Interruptus"||Greg Beeman||Sheri Elwood||January 16, 2017||T13.20061||3.97|
|When the only apparent connection between two murder victims is the fact that they'd once shared Lucifer's bed, Chloe interviews all of his lovers (male and female) from the past two months to try and find the culprit. Lucifer comes to the uncomfortable realization that he was never more to them than they were to him, in the process derailing his confidence in pursuing his burgeoning affections towards Chloe. Meanwhile, the actual connection in the murders is a mysterious figure for whom the victims were smuggling an unknown but deadly substance, which goes undiscovered by the police. Mazikeen continues to search for her own identity and learns a valuable truth from Dr. Linda, while Amenadiel tries to manipulate Lucifer towards Chloe at their mother's behest. In the end, Lucifer decides to stop pursuing Chloe, telling her that she is special and he is not worthy of her. His extolling of the things that make her special makes Chloe see that he has come to care for her as more than just a conquest and she kisses him.|
|25||12||"Love Handles"||Karen Gaviola||Alex Katsnelson||January 23, 2017||T13.20062||4.17|
|Lucifer is a bit confused when Chloe acts more carefree and relaxed in his presence, exchanging barbs with him. Lucifer and Chloe keep trying to track down the owner of the mysterious package after a college student is found dead due to an unknown poison. Clues lead them to Professor Carlisle, who had been chastised for saving himself and his dissertation from a burning vehicle, leaving the driver to die. Carlisle is conducting morbid "experiments" to prove all humans would make the choice he did. Meanwhile, Maze hears about Chloe's birth story from Charlotte, and agrees to meet with Lucifer to tell him the truth, in the very bar where Amenadiel met Penelope 35 years ago. As Maze changes her mind, Lucifer sees a photo of Amenadiel and a younger Penelope on the bar wall, and Charlotte confirms that Chloe is a miracle ordered by God. Lucifer goes to confront Chloe, and sees she has the symptoms of Carlisle's poison.|
|26||13||"A Good Day to Die"||Alrick Riley||Joe Henderson & Chris Rafferty||January 30, 2017||T13.20063||4.19|
|Lucifer and Chloe desperately search for an antidote to save her, learning that the Professor sourced the ingredients for his poisons from an amateur artist. Chloe collapses and is hospitalized, while Dan and Lucifer learn that the formula for the antidote was known only to Carlisle. With no other options, Lucifer has Maze and Linda stop his heart, allowing him to enter Hell and find Carlisle's soul, which is now eternally tormented by a recreation of the car accident. Lucifer offers him a chance at absolution in exchange for the formula, but Carlisle fails to assuage his guilt sufficiently. While waiting to be revived, however, Lucifer stumbles upon an illusion of Uriel, who forces Lucifer to kill him again and again. Charlotte sends herself to Hell to free him, but ends up succumbing to her own guilt, forcing Lucifer to drag her away. Upon being revived, Lucifer meets up with Dan and Ella, who have retrieved the ingredients, and creates the antidote. Charlotte tries to reconnect with her son, but he disowns her for deceiving him. When Chloe visits Lux later, she is shocked to find it closed for business with Lucifer nowhere to be found.|
|27||14||"Candy Morningstar"||Claudia Yarmy||Jenn Kao||May 1, 2017||T13.20064||3.41|
|Lucifer returns to Los Angeles after two weeks and introduces his wife Candy to Chloe and Dan. Chloe becomes upset, both with Lucifer's cavalier attitude and his decision to marry. When Ash Corrigan, a musician in a local band, turns up dead, Lucifer tries to help Chloe, but she pushes him away. Meanwhile, Amenadiel and Charlotte also discover that Lucifer is married and Charlotte suspects that Lucifer is planning some sort of revenge. When Maze suggests that Chloe needs a mediator, Chloe impersonates Candy as a means of getting an appointment with the mediator Ash saw for his divorce. Amenadiel confronts Lucifer for hurting Chloe's feelings. Lucifer tells him he's not trying to hurt her; rather, he's protecting her. The two discover that Doug, the drummer of Ash's band, is the murderer and take him into custody. Lucifer and Chloe agree to become partners again. It's revealed that Lucifer never married Candy, who turns out to be an actress who helped Lucifer in return for his saving her life in Las Vegas.|
|28||15||"Deceptive Little Parasite"||Brad Tanenbaum||Mike Costa & Julia Fontana||May 8, 2017||T13.20065||3.25|
|Lucifer retrieves Azrael's blade, which turns out to be the Flaming Sword that once guarded Eden and can cut through the Gates of Heaven, allowing Charlotte to return home. As the Lightbringer, Lucifer is the only one who can reignite the blade, but fails to do so as it can only be triggered by extreme emotion. Chloe and Dan investigate the murder of an admissions officer at a prestigious elementary school; despite uncovering embezzlement by the assistant dean, they are unable to find any leads. Chloe and Maze pose as a married couple and attend a party in honor of the deceased, where the real murderer, a teacher whose affair was discovered by the victim, is caught and subdued by Maze. Linda suggests to Lucifer that his inability to use the blade may be because he suppresses all of the pain and heartbreak in his life and, by channeling pain instead of anger, he is able to briefly ignite the Sword. It is revealed then that Charlotte is desperate to return to Heaven because her human form is weakening.|
|29||16||"God Johnson"||Sherwin Shilati||Jason Ning||May 15, 2017||T13.20066||3.05|
|Lucifer works a new case with Chloe, investigating the murder of an orderly at a mental institution. The suspect is a patient calling himself "God Johnson," who proves to be immune to Lucifer's powers and knows to call him Samael. Ella identifies him as Earl Johnson, a wealthy businessman who was committed after giving away all of his money. Lucifer pretends to be insane to get himself committed. Upon seeing Johnson heal a bleeding woman that would have been the killer's second victim, Lucifer believes that God has come to earth. When he confronts his Father and learns that he has no knowledge of Charlotte escaping Hell, he and Linda break him out and set up a surprise date between the two. Amenadiel reveals to Maze that Lucifer is returning to Heaven, leaving her behind. God and Charlotte begin to reconcile, but Chloe arrives and takes him and Lucifer back to the hospital. The real killer, one of the nurses, abducts them. Lucifer and God make peace with one another while there. After being rescued, Lucifer discovers that Earl's belt buckle was part of Azrael's dagger and that Earl was filled with divinity while wearing the belt, thereby attaining the knowledge and power of God. Realizing that his real Father would never reconcile with him, his hatred becomes even stronger.|
|30||17||"Sympathy for the Goddess"||Louis Milito||Joe Henderson||May 22, 2017||T13.20067||3.03|
|Lucifer, Amenadiel, and Charlotte cut a deal with Zeke Moore, a professional smuggler, for the last piece of the Blade. However, Zeke is robbed and murdered before he can turn over the piece. Lucifer gets Chloe assigned to the case and they discover that the killer in question is Chet Ruiz, son of Bianca Ruiz, one of Charlotte's clients and a powerful crime lord. Amenadiel and Dan bond upon discovering that they both feel unable to compete with Lucifer. Linda is stripped of her medical license for ethics violations during the God Johnson incident and Lucifer unintentionally botches her appeal by revealing that he had sex with her. An enraged Maze attacks him and reveals how hurt she is that Lucifer has manipulated her during their time on Earth. Bianca gets Charlotte to steal Chet's phone from the police, but Chloe finds out, while also learning that Charlotte is the "ex-wife of Lucifer's dad," and instead gets her to take part in a sting operation that leads to Bianca's arrest. The piece turns out to be a rare tome that only Amenadiel can read. Maze forces the chairman of the ethics board to restore Linda's license, while Charlotte accidentally kills Chet by exposing him to divine light after he stabs her. Lucifer and Amenadiel discover that the latter's necklace contains the third piece of the Blade and that Amenadiel is their Father's favorite son.|
|31||18||"The Good, the Bad, and the Crispy"||Karen Gaviola||Ildy Modrovich||May 29, 2017||T13.20068||3.31|
|Charlotte calls in a favor to dispose of Chet's body, while Amenadiel insists that he be given some time to find himself before reassembling the Blade. Linda uses duct tape to hide Charlotte's wound but, when Lucifer arrives, he recognizes that his mother does not have much time before her human body "bursts." He hires Maze to find Amenadiel while he works to cover up the murder. Unfortunately, Ella finds the cleaning company Charlotte hired and Chloe confronts Lucifer about letting his personal problems interfere with work. Amenadiel refuses to reassemble the Blade, citing renewed loyalty to his Father. Charlotte escapes, apparently kills one of the cleaners, and forces Linda to reveal Lucifer's plan. She then threatens to kill Chloe unless the last piece of the Blade is delivered to her, which turns out to be in Dan's possession. Amenadiel uses his renewed angelic powers to stop time, allowing Linda to be hospitalized. At the same time, the cleaner's real killer (Chet's brother) attempts to shoot Lucifer and Charlotte. With time stopped, Lucifer ignites the Blade and opens a rift leading outside the universe, where his mother the Goddess can create her own world, free from God's influence (throwing the Blade through with her). Later, the old Charlotte is revived, having no memory of the time her body was inhabited. A visit to Linda at the hospital encourages Lucifer to reveal his true nature to Chloe. Before he can, however, he is knocked out cold and wakes up to find himself in the desert with his wings restored.|
Season 3 (2017–18)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date [note 2]||Prod.
|32||1||"They're Back, Aren't They?"||Karen Gaviola||Ildy Modrovich||October 2, 2017||T13.20751||3.92|
|Lucifer encounters a fleeing criminal and steals his clothes before getting the police to return him to Los Angeles. He asks Linda to remove his wings, but she refuses. Chloe brings him onto a new case, a dehydrated corpse found in the desert where Lucifer woke up, while overseen by her new lieutenant, Marcus Pierce. The body turns out to be that of a wealthy man and his close friend reveals that he paid "kidnappers" to prank the victim. While attempting to restore his wings, Amenadiel discovers a severed pair from Lucifer. Lucifer tries to show Chloe his true "devilface," but cannot. To lure out the "kidnappers," Pierce instructs Dan to get himself kidnapped, which Lucifer arranges. However, he makes himself the target at the last moment because he suspects the kidnappers to be behind his own abduction. He interrogates them and learns that the dead man was turned over to another kidnapper. The man reveals that he was hired by the Sinnerman, a mysterious crime boss, to abduct Lucifer. Lucifer, whose wings grew back after he cut them off again, initially suspects that God restored his wings as punishment for sending Charlotte to a void, but eventually comes to believe that it is "something darker" connected to Sinnerman.|
|33||2||"The One with the Baby Carrot"||Louis Milito||Joe Henderson||October 9, 2017||T13.20752||3.33|
|After failing to connect a recent murder to the Sinnerman, Lucifer is told by Chloe that he has to either bring her evidence that he exists or allow the case to die. Pierce assigns them a new case: a murdered comedian who accused his rival, Bobby Lowe, of stealing his jokes. Amenadiel asks Linda to help him destroy Lucifer's severed wings. While attending one of Bobby's shows, Lucifer storms the stage and accidentally shoots him with a gun hidden in a hand puppet. It turns out that Bobby did steal the jokes and wanted to be fired from the show. Pierce warns Lucifer that the Sinnerman is real and killed someone close to him during his previous posting in Chicago. Lucifer and Dan run a sting operation, netting an old friend of Bobby's who reveals that the dead man was working on a new set with Sheila, Bobby's warm-up act. They find and arrest her and Pierce makes an agreement with Lucifer to help find the Sinnerman so long as he keeps Chloe out of it. Inspired by something Sheila said, Lucifer decides to focus not on his regrowing wings or the loss of his "devilface," but on his skill as a granter of favors.|
|34||3||"Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith"||Tara Nicole Weyr||Joe Henderson & Alex Katsnelson||October 16, 2017||T13.20069||3.19|
|Bored with her life, Maze decides to hunt a more challenging target: a serial killer named Ben Rivers, who has evaded every attempt at capture. Tracking him to Canada, she eventually finds a witness and blackmails him into revealing the location of Rivers' girlfriend. Lucifer and Chloe question Rivers' former attorney and learn that he is a master manipulator. Against Chloe's concerns that Maze might be in trouble, Lucifer sends her the bounty's address. Rivers then reveals that he used to work as a bounty hunter for Lt. Herrera, the cop who sent Maze to catch him, and the two form an unlikely bond. Dan arrives at Chloe's request, but Rivers escapes to avoid being returned to police custody. With Lucifer's help, Chloe proves Rivers to be innocent, allowing them to bring Herrera, the real murderer, to justice. Despite her feelings for him, Maze decides to leave Rivers behind and return home. Rivers warns her that Herrera was working for someone very powerful and that she is likely now in danger. A shadowy figure is then shown placing a file on Maze into a drawer filled with files on all the protagonists.|
|35||4||"What Would Lucifer Do?"||Eagle Egilsson||Jason Ning||October 23, 2017||T13.20753||3.26|
|Marcus assigns Chloe a new case, while Amenadiel shares his insights with Lucifer; the latter suggests that Amenadiel needs to "walk in his shoes" in order to understand him. The victim, a counselor who worked with troubled kids, is shown to have been murdered with a tool belonging to a missing resident. Lucifer calls in a favor, finds the resident, and brings him back to the station. He turns out to be innocent, despite Lucifer's insistence that juveniles are incapable of reform. To prove his point, he sets up a marijuana distribution ring with the other kids, inadvertently providing Chloe with a lead that uncovers the murder weapon. Amenadiel gets arrested after assaulting a pimp, but Dan bails him out. The two talk, and Amenadiel realizes that Lucifer's excessive lifestyle just covers up how lonely he is. As Pierce and Chloe track the new murder suspect, Pierce is shot by the man while protecting Chloe. Lucifer, angered, tracks down the shooter and nearly kills him, were it not for Amenadiel's intervention. Based on his experiences, Amenadiel concludes that his "test" is to have Lucifer's back. Lucifer rebukes him, enraged by the thought that his feelings for Chloe are responsible for what he has become.|
|36||5||"Welcome Back, Charlotte Richards"||Nathan Hope||Chris Rafferty||October 30, 2017||T13.20754||3.37|
|Simon Fisher, a chemist at a pudding company, is found dead in one of his vats, and the company's owner turns out to be represented by Charlotte Richards, for whom Lucifer still has conflicting feelings. He and Chloe learn that the dead man wanted to sell his secret formula to a rival company, and identify a fixer who had been spying on him. An encounter with Dan inspires Charlotte to visit Lucifer to help fill in her missing memories; however, she mistakingly believes that they were romantically involved. After Lucifer clears things up, he discovers that she was trapped in Hell during the time when his mother inhabited her body. He encourages her to confess her sins, which includes withholding crucial evidence from Chloe. Using it, Ella determines that the pudding's ingredients can cause renal failure, and that Simon committed suicide to expose the company's wrongdoing. Overwhelmed with guilt, Charlotte has a breakdown and holds the owner, fixer, and rival owner hostage to force them to reveal who killed Simon. Lucifer talks her down, and Chloe uses a recording he made to charge them with endangering public health. Lucifer meets Charlotte and admits that she is not to blame for his mother's actions; the two agree to start a fresh, professional relationship.|
|37||6||"Vegas with Some Radish"||Karen Gaviola||Ildy Modrovich & Sheri Elwood||November 6, 2017||T13.20072||3.48|
|At Chloe's birthday celebration, Lucifer receives word that Candy, his fake "wife", has disappeared. Without telling Chloe, he and Ella travel to Las Vegas, where they find a woman dressed as Candy murdered in her apartment. Lucifer suspects that a loan shark who once tried to seize Candy's father's club was responsible, but he turns up dead as well. While investigating his wife, a pit boss at a nearby casino, Ella is caught counting cards at blackjack, and she and Lucifer are thrown out. Candy, who had been posing as a waitress while following the same lead, admits that the dead woman was a friend of hers. Lucifer and Ella set a trap at the club, and discover that Jedd, the bartender, was the killer; Ella subdues him and they return home. Entering his apartment, Lucifer discovers that Chloe, Dan, and Linda had thrown a party and attempted to break into his safe, but failed. After admitting to Chloe that he was wrong not to tell her why he was leaving, he opens the safe and presents her with a gift: a necklace made from the bullet she shot him with when they first started working together.|
|38||7||"Off the Record"||Eduardo Sánchez||Story by : Jen Graham Imada
Teleplay by : Chris Rafferty & Mike Costa
|November 13, 2017||T13.20071||3.58|
|After waking up from a coma, Linda's estranged husband Reese Getty, an investigative reporter, discovers her affair with Lucifer. Enraged, he decides to write an expose that will ruin his reputation. Lucifer and Chloe investigate a serial killer targeting phony advocates. Linda serves Reese with divorce papers, giving him 24 hours to sign them. Lucifer confronts Reese and persuades him to drop his investigation; just as Reese accepts that Lucifer is right, he witnesses him use his "devilface" to obtain a confession. A year later, a nearly deranged Reese is asked by Chloe to assist in the still-ongoing investigation and decides to kill Lucifer, shooting him in the middle of a therapy session. Linda explains that she knows Lucifer's true nature and considers him her friend, but Reese storms out. He then tracks down the killer and gets him to target Lucifer, but an innocent woman is killed instead. Reese blames Lucifer for his actions; Lucifer counters that he never sends anyone to hell, and that humans like Reese are responsible for damning themselves. After attacking Linda in a rage, Reese uses himself as bait to lure the killer out, accepting his fate; it is then revealed that the whole episode was Reese's damned soul seeking redemption, trapped in a time loop in hell.|
|39||8||"Chloe Does Lucifer"||Louis Milito||Julia Fontana||November 20, 2017||T13.20755||3.26|
|Lucifer becomes concerned when Amenadiel calls him "boring", and grows obsessed with proving he's not. A somewhat plain woman named Kim Jones is murdered, and Chloe traces the last call she made to Top Meet, a popular dating app. Chloe attends a mixer held by the company, adopting Lucifer's style and mannerisms in a bid to cover up her dullness, but fails. Eventually, she and Dan locate a man who dated Kim's roommate Esther, who reveals that Kim was about to receive a large sum of money. It turns out that Kim founded Top Meet and wanted to make it more accessible, and that Mac, a handsome man whom she tapped to front as CEO, killed her to preserve the app's exclusivity. While planning her ex-husband's funeral, Linda has an existential crisis, and reveals that Reese's passing has made her fear death. Amenadiel manages to calm her by explaining that he once had a similar crisis, and they manage to fix their friendship. Wanting to avoid damnation, Charlotte lies to Ella that she wants to study forensics, giving her an excuse to follow the latter around. When Ella points out that being "good" means not just words, but actions, Charlotte decides to leave her practice and join the district attorney's office. Lucifer briefly contemplates whether being boring is for him, before deciding it's not.|
|40||9||"The Sinnerman"||Marisol Adler||Jenn Kao||December 4, 2017||T13.20756||3.39|
|A young man named Joey Pileggi asks Lucifer for a favor. A few months later, Chloe asks Marcus, newly returned to work, for a personal day, but he turns her down. Joey winds up murdered, and Lucifer reveals the favor was getting him work as a courier for the mob. Maze becomes jealous when she realizes that Linda and Amenadiel have grown closer. Charlotte, as a prosecutor, joins Chloe and Lucifer as they question Frankie Ferrante, the mobster who mentored Joey, and learn that his death was not mob-related. Another body turns up; Lucifer recognizes her as another client. Ella identifies the killer as the Sinnerman, who lures Lucifer into an abandoned building and traps him inside. With Charlotte's help, Chloe manipulates Frankie into going after the Sinnerman, but the former feels hurt that Chloe did not tell her the plan. Maze finds Lucifer and forces him to discuss her feelings before freeing him. Marcus confesses to Chloe that the Sinnerman murdered his brother in Chicago, and that he intends to get revenge. The Sinnerman ambushes Frankie; Chloe and Marcus manage to capture him. Maze asks Linda to stop seeing Amenadiel. Dan finds Charlotte crying, and comforts her by saying that being "good" takes time and commitment. Lucifer tries to interrogate the Sinnerman using his powers, but the latter gouges out his own eyes before he can do so.|
|41||10||"The Sin Bin"||Greg Beeman||Sheri Elwood||December 11, 2017||T13.20757||3.36|
|As Pierce prepares the Sinnerman for formal questioning, the suspect reveals that a woman will soon be drowned in a spot only he knows. Chloe tracks a possible lead to a roller derby club, which leads them to the woman's car and a planted bomb. Realizing that the only option is to bust the Sinnerman out, Chloe has Ella distract Pierce while she steals the cell keys, then stages a bomb scare to smuggle him out; Pierce catches on and decides to help them nonetheless. Trixie meets Charlotte and encourages her to be a better mother to her children. Pierce and Chloe manage to save the woman, but Lucifer and the Sinnerman vanish. The woman explains that she owed the Sinnerman a debt, and set up her own "kidnapping". The Sinnerman wakes up in Lucifer's private estate, where Maze proceeds to torture him close to death. Despite a celestial rule dictating that angels may not take human lives, Lucifer concludes that killing him and thus being damned for all eternity is the only solution; Maze abandons him in disgust. Lucifer realizes that Sinnerman's true desire is to die by his hand. Pierce arrives with Chloe and shoots the Sinnerman dead. Trixie successfully gets Charlotte to go on a date with Dan. After deducing that the Sinnerman was working for someone more powerful, Lucifer calls Pierce to Lux. It is revealed that Pierce is in fact the immortal Cain, the world's first murderer who is destined to wander the earth forever.|
|42||11||"City of Angels?"||Mark Tonderai||Jason Ning & Jenn Kao||January 1, 2018||T13.20070||3.11|
|In 2011, Lucifer leaves Hell and visits Los Angeles, where he seeks amusement. His brother, Amenadiel, arrives and demands that he return to Hell, as he's done after many similar visits to Earth. However, Lucifer, unwilling to return, talks him into delaying their departure. While waiting, Amenadiel is shot by a mugger, who steals his necklace. Knowing the danger of exposing humans to true divinity, he persuades Lucifer to help him find it in return for a favor. Meanwhile, beat cop Chloe Decker and her husband, Det. Dan Espinoza, investigate the murder of Aiden Scott, an MMA fighter. Lucifer abducts the promoter who tried to fix Aiden's last fight, summoning his demon torturer Mazikeen to interrogate him. Chloe visits the promoter's lawyer, Charlotte Richards, and pressures her into setting up a sting operation with her client. Lucifer sets up a fight between himself and his brother, trying to convince Amenadiel that the two of them are the same. Amenadiel easily dominates the fight, but allows Lucifer to win by submission to prove that, unlike Lucifer, he can control his pride. The sting nets Aiden's mentor Gil, but Lucifer and Amenadiel snatch him up and force him to confess to the murder and the theft before leaving him to be arrested. Lucifer uses his favor to force Amenadiel to leave him on Earth, and takes over the promoter's now-shuttered club. As a sign that he is renouncing his former identity, he has Maze cut off his wings.|
|43||12||"All About Her"||Tara Nicole Weyr||Alex Katsnelson||January 22, 2018||T13.20758||3.77|
|Lucifer accuses Pierce of working for God, but he denies it and leaves. A surfer's body is found on a private beach, and Chloe, furious with Lucifer for going behind her back, blocks him from assisting in the investigation. Charlotte chastises Pierce for yelling at Ella, and Amenadiel learns (falsely, as it turns out) that he has contracted chlamydia. Linda advises Lucifer to pay more attention to Chloe's needs, but she sees through his attempts; Dan then tells him that he needs to be helpful without getting in her way. Chloe suspects that a gang of surfers known as the Orcas may have been involved in the murder, sending Dan to go undercover and work their leader, Wild Child. After learning that Pierce intends to skip town, Lucifer discovers that he wishes to die, and had previously put himself and Chloe in danger hoping to be killed after learning that Lucifer is vulnerable around Chloe. Wild Child reveals to Dan that the Orcas had nothing to do with the murder, and Chloe deduces that the owners of the beach where it occurred were framing them to cover up their illegal acquisition of the land. Linda tells Amenadiel that she isn't comfortable dating him due to Maze's objections, and they kiss while Maze sees them, in anger. Lucifer makes a deal with Pierce to find a way to end his life.|
|44||13||"Til Death Do Us Part"||Sherwin Shilati||Mike Costa||January 29, 2018||T13.20759||3.67|
|Pierce quickly loses faith in Lucifer's lack of progress; Maze theorizes that he must have a weakness that can be exploited. A newly murdered woman, June Lee, turns out to be a criminal named Sandra Jiang; her death is found to be connected to her role cooking "K-pop", a form of ecstasy. Lucifer collects the mobster who once employed Sandra; he agrees to cooperate with the investigation in return for one of Sandra's recipes. To prove that Sandra was selling her product independently, Chloe decides to have Lucifer and Pierce pose as a married couple in order to infiltrate her neighborhood. Dan and Charlotte go on their first date, but Maze, who has developed a crush on the latter, crashes and confronts her; it later becomes clear that Maze is only attracted to Charlotte's pain, from her time in hell. The cops learn that a "watchdog" who has been terrorizing the neighborhood has something to do with Sandra's death. Lucifer lures him out, but he turns out be innocent. His wife turns out to be the killer, having mistakingly believed Sandra to be having an affair with her husband. Charlotte decides that she needs some time away from relationships in order to refocus. Pierce notes that as much as Lucifer wants to help him, he is more interested in using him to get revenge on his father.|
|45||14||"My Brother's Keeper"||Claudia Yarmy||Joe Henderson & Jason Ning||February 5, 2018||T13.20760||3.71|
|Lucifer, realizing that he understands nothing about Cain's mark, decides to ask Amenadiel for help, but he refuses. Ella's older brother, Jay Lopez, disappears after a man he was meeting with is murdered. Chloe asks Ella to recuse herself from the investigation, but she and Maze go off to find him anyway. Charlotte is turned down by Linda when she asks for a consultation, as she still fears her. The victim is tied to a jewelry store heist, and Lucifer and Chloe check with the owner, who reveals that the "robbery" was actually insurance fraud. Pierce tracks down Amenadiel, who he knows gave him the mark, and assaults him in anger. Chloe and Dan confirm that Jay was, in fact, hired to "clean" the stolen diamonds. Jay flees, and goes after the real killer, the store's investigator, but gets captured. Pierce points out that he and Amenadiel both tried to kill their brothers, but that Amenadiel's failure makes him worse. Maze eliminates the killer and saves Jay. Linda decides to treat Charlotte. Lucifer catches Jay stealing the diamonds, and vows to punish him if he ever commits a crime again. Amenadiel decides that he will do whatever it takes to protect his brother from Pierce.|
|46||15||"High School Poppycock"||Louis Milito||Chris Rafferty & Jen Graham Imada||February 26, 2018||T13.20761||3.18|
|Lucifer has a dream about Chloe dying, and doubles down on his quest to help Pierce. When young adult author Kathleen Pike is murdered, he learns that her latest work may help him overcome his lack of ideas. Against Maze's wishes, Linda and Amenadiel continue their romance in secret (Maze is aware, however). With no leads, Chloe learns that the characters in Kathleen's books are based on people from her high school days, and Lucifer agrees to go undercover with her at an upcoming reunion to find the killer. Maze intentionally sets up Linda and Amenadiel on blind dates with herself and Todd, the man Lucifer impersonated, as revenge for their deception. It turns out that all of the party attendees have an alibi except for Todd, while Maze angrily storms out after Linda defends her actions. Todd explains that Kathleen had a different ending for her book from what her editor wanted, and Chloe uses that information to set a trap for him. Lucifer has a breakdown when he realizes that Kathleen's work was destroyed, and leaves. Linda breaks up with Amenadiel for Maze's sake. Lucifer throws Chloe her own "prom" so that she can move on from her nostalgia, and in the middle of it, he has an epiphany: to break Pierce's curse, he has to prevent the circumstances that caused it.|
|47||16||"Infernal Guinea Pig"||Eagle Egilsson||Jenn Kao & Julia Fontana||March 5, 2018||T13.20762||3.13|
|To help Pierce break his curse, Lucifer proposes resurrecting Abel, who he reveals has been trapped in Hell since his murder. However, the plan goes awry when Abel is revived in the body of Bree Garland, the assistant to B movie producer Alexa Lee, whose office was recently blown up by a bomb. Based on information provided by Maze, Lucifer and Pierce track Bree to a pool party, where she is blissfully unaware of her situation until Amenadiel arrives and tries to persuade her to commit suicide by claiming she's still in Hell. Chloe's investigation uncovers links between Alexa's film studio and a Bolivian drug cartel, and she realizes that Bree, who had been aware of her employer's crimes, was trying to expose her. Bree encounters Pierce and shoots him, but he still does not die. Chloe takes Bree and Lucifer to Alexa's office for evidence, where they narrowly manage to defuse another bomb. Using a recovered fingerprint, Chloe has Alexa arrested for money laundering. Charlotte makes some strong progress in therapy with Linda, while Amenadiel, after fighting with Maze, calls her childish for ruining his chance at romance. Bree, having somewhat reconciled with her brother, asks for some space to figure herself out. Lucifer, concerned about Chloe's safety, informs Pierce that he is ending their partnership when Bree is suddenly run over by an ambulance.|
|48||17||"Let Pinhead Sing!"||Alrick Riley||Ildy Modrovich & Sheri Elwood||March 12, 2018||T13.20763||2.97|
|Pop singer Axara sees her life threatened when one of her backup dancers (wearing a mask and the same outfit as Axara) gets killed by a high-powered firework. Chloe investigates without much help from Lucifer, who is still worried about putting Chloe in danger and tries to avoid her. He does offer to quarantine Axara at Lux until the killer is found, though. Suspicion falls on a crazed fan, who is soon found dead himself, then to Axara's manager, before evidence ultimately leads Chloe to Axara's former high school friend and current tour manager, Cece. Elsewhere, Pierce is dejected over Lucifer backing off on helping him die and the fact that Abel couldn't kill him either. Ella convinces him to talk to Dan, which does no good, and Pierce also has a conversation with Amenadiel that seems to help. Pierce starts to believe again that Chloe is the key, and he asks her out on a date in full view of Lucifer. Meanwhile, Linda tries to reconcile her friendship with Maze, even getting Charlotte to mediate their dispute, but Maze won't budge off her high horse.|
|49||18||"The Last Heartbreak"||Hanelle Culpepper||Alex Katsnelson & Mike Costa||March 19, 2018||T13.20764||3.23|
|In 1958, Pierce, an LAPD detective, is assigned to investigate a serial murderer known as the "Broken Hearts Killer". In the present, two new victims are found that match the killer's MO. Lucifer tries to get between what he suspects is a growing romance between Chloe and Pierce. Dan tells a drunken Maze to pull herself together for Chloe's sake. More victims turn up, validating Pierce's belief that a copycat is responsible. Amenadiel runs into Charlotte, and Linda advises him to keep his distance. Pierce visits the granddaughter of his partner in 1958, getting back his files on the case. Maze and Dan argue, and Maze ends up insulting Trixie unaware that she's behind her. Using a radio call-in show to set up a sting, Chloe and Pierce pose as a cheating couple and lure out the killer, who turns out to be a man who found the original killer's journals and became obsessed with them. Charlotte persuades Amenadiel to reveal the truth to her. Pierce decides to pursue a relationship with Chloe, with Lucifer's blessing.|
|50||19||"Orange Is the New Maze"||TBA||TBA||March 26, 2018||T13.20765||TBD|
|TBA||TBA||"The Angel of San Bernardino"||Tara Nicole Weyr||Jason Ning||TBA||T13.20766||TBD|
|TBA||TBA||"Quintessential Deckerstar"||Claudia Yarmy||Ildy Modrovich||TBA||T13.20769||TBD|
|55||24||"A Devil of My Word"||Eagle Egilsson||Joe Henderson||May 14, 2018||T13.20770||TBD|
Season 1 (2016)Edit
|1||"Pilot"||January 25, 2016||2.4/7||7.16||1.4||3.63||3.8||10.78|
|2||"Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil."||February 1, 2016||2.0/6||6.00||1.1||3.30||3.1||9.30|
|3||"The Would-Be Prince of Darkness"||February 8, 2016||1.7/5||5.47||1.1||3.00||2.8||8.46|
|4||"Manly Whatnots"||February 15, 2016||1.6/4||5.13||1.1||2.97||2.7||8.10|
|5||"Sweet Kicks"||February 22, 2016||1.5/4||4.86||1.1||2.97||2.6||7.83|
|6||"Favorite Son"||February 29, 2016||1.3/4||3.91||1.1||3.00||2.4||6.91|
|7||"Wingman"||March 7, 2016||1.3/4||4.24||1.0||2.80||2.3||7.04|
|8||"Et Tu, Doctor?"||March 14, 2016||1.2/4||3.86||1.1||3.05||2.3||6.91|
|9||"A Priest Walks into a Bar"||March 21, 2016||1.2/4||3.82||1.1||3.04||2.3||6.86|
|10||"Pops"||March 28, 2016||1.2/4||3.76||1.1||2.94||2.3||6.68|
|11||"St. Lucifer"||April 11, 2016||1.1/4||3.44||1.0||2.86||2.1||6.28|
|12||"#TeamLucifer"||April 18, 2016||1.3/4||3.81||0.9||2.68||2.2||6.49|
|13||"Take Me Back to Hell"||April 25, 2016||1.3/4||3.89||0.9||2.68||2.2||6.57|
Season 2 (2016–17)Edit
|1||"Everything's Coming Up Lucifer"||September 19, 2016||1.3/4||4.36||0.9||2.75||2.2||7.11|
|2||"Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire"||October 3, 2016||1.1/4||3.67||0.9||2.69||2.0||6.37|
|3||"Sin-Eater"||October 10, 2016||1.0/3||3.67||0.9||2.63||1.9||6.30|
|4||"Lady Parts"||October 17, 2016||1.1/4||3.63||0.7||2.30||1.8||5.92|
|5||"Weaponizer"||October 24, 2016||1.0/4||3.55||0.8||2.26||1.8||5.81|
|6||"Monster"||October 31, 2016||0.9/3||3.42||0.9||2.40||1.8||5.82|
|7||"My Little Monkey"||November 7, 2016||1.0/3||3.52||0.8||2.51||1.8||6.03|
|8||"Trip to Stabby Town"||November 14, 2016||1.1/4||3.87||0.7||2.26||1.8||6.13|
|9||"Homewrecker"||November 21, 2016||1.0/3||3.63||0.8||2.24||1.8||5.87|
|10||"Quid Pro Ho"||November 28, 2016||1.1/4||4.09||0.7||2.13||1.8||6.22|
|11||"Stewardess Interruptus"||January 16, 2017||1.1/4||3.97||0.8||2.28||1.9||6.25|
|12||"Love Handles"||January 23, 2017||1.2/4||4.17||0.7||2.23||1.9||6.40|
|13||"A Good Day to Die"||January 30, 2017||1.2/4||4.19||0.7||2.01||1.9||6.20|
|14||"Candy Morningstar"||May 1, 2017||1.0/4||3.41||0.7||2.09||1.7||5.50|
|15||"Deceptive Little Parasite"||May 8, 2017||0.9/3||3.25||0.7||1.91||1.6||5.16|
|16||"God Johnson"||May 15, 2017||0.8/3||3.05||0.7||2.05||1.5||5.10|
|17||"Sympathy for the Goddess"||May 22, 2017||0.8/3||3.03||0.7||2.07||1.5||5.10|
|18||"The Good, the Bad, and the Crispy"||May 29, 2017||0.9/3||3.31||0.7||2.00||1.6||5.30|
Season 3 (2017–18)Edit
|1||"They're Back, Aren't They?"||October 2, 2017||1.1/4||3.92||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2||"The One with the Baby Carrot"||October 9, 2017||0.9/3||3.33||0.6||1.82||1.5||5.16|
|3||"Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith"||October 16, 2017||0.9/3||3.19||N/A||1.71||N/A||4.90|
|4||"What Would Lucifer Do?"||October 23, 2017||0.8/3||3.26||N/A||1.87||N/A||5.13|
|5||"Welcome Back, Charlotte Richards"||October 30, 2017||0.9/3||3.37||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|6||"Vegas with Some Radish"||November 6, 2017||1.0/4||3.48||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|7||"Off the Record"||November 13, 2017||1.0/4||3.58||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|8||"Chloe Does Lucifer"||November 20, 2017||0.9/3||3.26||0.5||1.73||1.4||4.99|
|9||"The Sinnerman"||December 4, 2017||0.9/4||3.39||N/A||1.87||N/A||5.26|
|10||"The Sin Bin"||December 11, 2017||0.8/3||3.36||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|11||"City of Angels?"||January 1, 2018||0.7/2||3.11||0.7||N/A||1.4||N/A|
|12||"All About Her"||January 22, 2018||0.9/3||3.77||0.6||1.73||1.5||5.51|
|13||"Til Death Do Us Part"||January 29, 2018||0.8/3||3.67||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|14||"My Brother's Keeper"||February 5, 2018||1.0/4||3.71||N/A||1.73||N/A||5.44|
|15||"High School Poppycock"||February 26, 2018||0.8/3||3.18||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|16||"Infernal Guinea Pig"||March 5, 2018||0.7/3||3.13||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|17||"Let Pinhead Sing!"||March 12, 2018||0.7/3||2.97||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|18||"The Last Heartbreak"||March 19, 2018||0.8/3||3.23||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
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