What will happen to Chloe (Lauren German) in “Lucifer” Season 3? Fox

“Lucifer” Season 3 just dropped the official title for episode 8, and it is called “All About Her.”

According to the show’s writers, the installment was written by Alex Katsnelson and directed by Tara Nicole Weyr. Unfortunately, no other details have been released, but fans are speculating that episode 8 will be all about Chloe Decker (Lauren German). After all, viewers want to get to know more about Lucifer Morningstar’s (Tom Ellis) partner in crime.

A few months ago, “Lucifer” showrunner Joe Henderson confirmed that the four standalone episodes from Season 2 will be part of Season 3. Each of the four episodes will focus on the supporting characters of the series, namely, Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt), Ella (Aimee Garcia) and Dr. Linda (Rachael Harris). Even though Chloe is not necessarily a supporting character, she also has an entire episode all to herself.

Meanwhile, “All About Her” can’t be about Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) since her body is no longer being occupied by Mom. In fact, Charlotte returns to “Lucifer” Season 3 seemingly dazed and confused about what happened to her in the past months. As of late, there are speculations that Lucifer will try to explain to the real Charlotte how his Mom used her body on Earth.

Additionally, Charlotte will also share a large amount of screen time with Chloe’s daughter, Trixie (Scarlett Estevez). The two will immediately hit it off in “Lucifer” Season 3. But since there was already so much emphasis on Charlotte last season, episode 8 can no longer be about her.

In other news, the titles for the upcoming episodes of “Lucifer” Season 3 have also been announced. Episode 1 is called “They’re Back, Aren’t They?” Episode 2 is titled “The One With the Baby Carrot,” while episode 3 is called “What Would Lucifer Do?” Episode 4 will center on the real Charlotte in “Welcome Back Charlotte Richards.” The titles for episodes 5 and 6 haven’t been released, but episode 7 will be called “The Sin Bin.” All of the episodes were written and directed by different writers and directors.

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