The official title for “Lucifer” Season 3, episode 1 has already been released, and it will not focus on Lesley-Ann Brandt’s character, Maze.

Originally, last season’s episode 19 would’ve been the premiere episode for Season 3 due to a schedule conflict a few months back. Before “Lucifer’s” May 1 return, it was announced by executive producer Joe Henderson that Season 2 has been cut from its original 22 episodes to just 18, according to TV Line.

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But even though Season 3, episode 1 won’t be “Mrs. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith,” Maze will still be a huge part of the upcoming episodes. On her Twitter account, showrunner Ildy Modrovich responded to a fan who asked where Brandt was because she wasn’t shown in the group photo. Modrovich replied saying that the actress is currently on “baby leave,” but will back very soon.

The showrunner also shared Lucifer’s (Tom Ellis) first photo from “Lucifer” Season 3 via the same social media account. In the snap, Lucifer has a huge smile on his face while looking outside the window. This confirms that Lucifer will be back in Los Angeles and will reunite with Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and his friends in the premiere episode.

In the finale for Season 2, the lead character woke up in the middle of the desert with his angel wings once again attached to his back. It is unclear how Lucifer got his wings back or where he was.

While speaking with Buddy TV, Henderson said that the story about Lucifer’s wings will be explored in detail in Season 3. “From the very beginning of Season 2, that was the end we wanted to build to… This was the true north of Season 3, which is if Season 2 is all about Mom, Season 3 is about identity. About who Lucifer is. Is he angel? Is he devil? And how do his wings growing back affect that? And why have they grown back? Who has done this to him? And what kind of plot is happening?” he explained.

“Lucifer” Season 3, episode 1, titled “They’re Back, Aren’t They,” will air on FOX on Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. EDT.