Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) will have an entire episode solely focused on her in “Lucifer” Season 3. Fox

“Lucifer” Season 3 will include the four standalone episodes from Season 2 that did not make the cut in the hit Fox TV series.

Originally, “Lucifer” Season 2 had a total of 22 episodes, but the number was cut down to just 18 due to some scheduling conflicts. In May, executive producer Joe Henderson told fans not to worry about the four installments since they will be part of Season 3.

While speaking with TV Line, Henderson explained how the four episodes will be linked to the rest of Season 3 and why Season 2, episode 19 will not serve as the premiere episode for the third season. “We had a really good feeling that these four standalone episodes would be in Season 3, so we started building them with that in mind,” he said.

According to the exec, the four episodes are very character-centered, which means that Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) will have an entire installment solely focused on her. “There’s an episode that Maze-centric – sort of like our take on James Bond, if he was female demon assassin – so when that episode airs, we’ll start a whole bunch of story for Maze’s character,” he explained.

An episode focused on Ella (Aimee Garcia) will also be part of Season 3. She will head to Las Vegas with Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), and new details about the character’s background will be unveiled. Viewers will also get to know more about Chloe Decker (Lauren German) on a more personal level in one of the upcoming episodes.

Meanwhile, Season 2, episode 19 was originally titled “Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith,” but Season 3, episode 1 is called “They’re Back Again, Aren’t They?” Based on the titles alone, episode 1 won’t be focused on Maze. According to fan-made spoiler account, Maze’s episode will be released during the fifth week of “Lucifer” Season 3. As of late, it is still unclear how many episodes “Lucifer” Season 3 will have in total.

“Lucifer” Season 3 will premiere on Fox on Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. EDT.