“Empire” Season 4 will show a different side of the Lyon family when the series premieres in the fall. Fox

Although there is a little less than a month left before fans can tune into “Empire” Season 4, that doesn’t mean the cast is opposed to sharing some spoilers ahead of the show’s return to Fox in the fall.

During a promo shoot for Season 4 of the series, actor Bryshere Y. Gray, who plays Hakeem Lyon on the show, promised fans a drama filled season. “It has so many dynamic twists and turns to it. You have music and you have family and you have disruption,” the actor teased in a video shared on the series’ Twitter account.

“It’s a new world,” showrunner Lee Daniels, who was on hand at the photo shoot to provide his stars with inspiration, added.

“It’s the first opportunity to present what the new show is going to be like,” star Terrence Howard said. In the Fox series, Howard plays the lead role of Lucious Lyon whose character came close to not making Season 4.

In the final episode of Season 3, Lucious saved Cookie’s (Taraji P. Henson) life by pushing her out of the way before the bomb placed in his car went off. Although he attempted to run away after making sure she was safe, Lucious was severely injured by the blast and went into a coma.

When he finally woke up, it was revealed that he had no memory of who anyone in his family was. Instead, he seemed to have formed a bond with his new nurse, who is portrayed by Demi Moore.

This situation will make for an interesting storyline for Season 4 seeing as Moore’s character seems focused on putting distance between Lucious and his family. In the final episode of Season 3, Cookie and Lucious declared their love for one another and decided to be together. However, after the accident, he had no recollection of their special moment.

Along with not being able to be with the love of her life just yet, Cookie will face other obstacles now that she has to run Empire without Lucious by her side. Henson revealed that viewers will see her character portrayed in a new light this season. “You will see a very different Cookie this season. More reserved,” Henson told TV Guide.

“She can’t pop off. She’s heading up board meetings,” the actress explained.

However, Henson insisted that Cookie won’t lose herself in the corporate world. “She’s still very stern and true to who she is. I think she’s doing good in this new CEO position,” she added.

Fans hoping to see just how Cookie handles her new role in power are in luck. Unlike previous seasons that were loaded with A-list celebrities as guest stars, this season will focus on the Lyon family, according to Variety.

“When we start to focus too much on guest stars, we lose who it is that the fans want to watch,” Daniels told the media outlet. “They’re obsessed with the Lyons. They’re obsessed with family. They’re obsessed with the story of Lucious and Cookie and Jamal (Jussie Smollett) and Andre (Trai Byers) and Hakeem.”

Be sure to catch the Lyons when “Empire” Season 4 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox.