“Lucifer” Season 3 will see Chloe (Lauren German) and Lucifer (Tom Ellis) facing some work-related issues.

In Season 1, Chloe allowed Lucifer to help her with her cases because he is able to make even the biggest threats to society come clean with their evil deeds. But a year has already passed and Chloe will realize in the upcoming episodes that she’s associated with Lucifer instead of him being linked to her.

While speaking with TV Line, executive producer Ildy Modrovich said that Trixie’s (Scarlett Estevez) mom will remember that Lucifer is just her consultant so she needs to step up her game if she wants to be respected by her colleagues and bosses. “She’s like, ‘Wait a second, he’s my consultant.’ She realizing, ‘Hey, I need to be more present, be more aggressive,’ and so she separates herself a little from personal things with Lucifer. But of course that’s going to be a struggle, because there is such connection between the two of them,” she said.

When Chloe and Lucifer are not working together, she will be teaming up with a new character named Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling). According to Variety, Marcus and Lucifer share some qualities, but the former is more reserved and well-respected. He will eventually develop an interest in Chloe, and this will make Lucifer uncomfortable.

Meanwhile, another new character will be introduced in “Lucifer” Season 3, episode 5. “2 Broke Girls” alum Mikaela Hoover has been cast as a social media-obsessed character who will go to great lengths to make others think that she is living a luxurious life. As of late, Hoover’s character’s name hasn’t been revealed by Fox. It is also unclear whether or not Lucifer will flirt with the female character since he’s known to charm women.

In other news, “Lucifer” will also have four standalone episodes scattered throughout Season 3. Each episode will center on one character, namely, Dr. Linda (Rachael Harris), Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt), Ella (Aimee Garcia) and Chloe.

“Lucifer” Season 3 will premiere on Fox on Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. EDT.