Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) will play a huge part in “Lucifer” Season 3, episode 1, titled “Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith.” FOX

Lucifer” Season 3 will officially premiere on FOX on Monday, Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. EST.

The Tom Ellis-starrer will air before Marvel’s new drama, “The Gifted,” to help boost the show’s viewership. FOX also announced the fall premiere dates for their other shows, such as “The Orville” on Sept. 10 at 8 p.m., “Lethal Weapon,” “The Mick” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Sept. 26 between 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and more.

Read: How will Lucifer explain his mom’s actions to the real Charlotte in “Lucifer” Season 3?

Meanwhile, the network’s premiere date reveal for “Lucifer” arrived almost a month since the hit series aired its final episode for Season 2. In “The Good, the Bad and the Crispy,” Lucifer (Ellis) successfully managed to send his mom, Charlotte (Tricia Helfer), to Heaven. However, the lead character also woke up in the middle of the dessert towards the end of episode 18 and found his angel wings growing on his back.

Ahead of the Season 2 finale, TV Line reported that the final four episodes, originally scheduled to be released in Season 2, have been moved to Season 3. This means “Lucifer” Season 2 ended with episode 18 instead of episode 22. But before the publication unveiled the news, the writers of “Lucifer” already released the titles for episodes 19 to 22 via their official Twitter account.

Episode 19, which will now serve as episode 1 in the upcoming third season is titled “Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith.” The installment was directed by Tara Nicole Weyr and written by showrunner Joe Henderson and Alex Katsnelson. Episode 20 is titled “City of Angels.” It was directed by Mark Tonderai and written by Jason Ning and Jenn Kao. Episode 21 is titled “Off the Record,” and it was directed by Eduardo Sanchez and written by Jen Graham Imada. Episode 22 is called “Vegas With Some Radish,” and it was directed by Karen Gaviola and written by Ildy Modrovich and Sheri Elwood.

In March, Henderson also explained to the fans of “Lucifer” that Season 2 was supposed to only have 18 episodes. While the season was already ongoing, FOX ordered four more installments, and they delivered. However, due to scheduling conflicts, the network decided to postpone the four episodes. In the end, all of those are standalone stories so they did not affect the outcome of the Season 2 finale.