Everyone is now preparing for the return ofLuciferseason 3 since its first episode’s official synopsis is now revealed. Aside from that, the cast has been recently reunited for their first table read.

Tom Ellis, Lauren German, D.B. Woodside, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia, Tricia Helfer, and Kevin Alejandro are once again together to start the filming of the coming new installment. They are all excited to be reunited as seen on their respective social media pages.

Show’s production

The show’s executive producer, Ildy Modrovich, shared a group photo on Sunday with “Lucifer” season 3’s cast on her Twitter account.

“Aaaaaaand we're back,” she captioned the snap. She revealed that the photo was taken during the table read for episode 301 of the show. Evidently, they were all very happy to be reunited once again. “Ridiculously excited,” she added.

In another tweet, Lauren German, who plays the role of Chloe Decker, shared the photo taken by Lucifer Writers Room. The 38-year-old star revealed that everyone was all present in the gathering. She even commended everybody for their “good meeting.”

“Let's do this season 3 the p.c. by the book way,” she wrote in the caption. She also added that she is always “the voice of reason” in the show. The third season’s Production started on Monday, July 17.

Upcoming new episodes

Moreover, the official title of “Lucifer” season 3 episode 1 is going to be “They’re Back Again, Aren’t They?

” It will be directed by Karen Gaviola with a script written by Ildy Modrovich.

Its official synopsis reveals that Lucifer (Tom Ellis) is set to be back in San Diego, and he is going to heat things up. To recall, in the previous season finale, the show’s protagonist was nowhere to be found. Also, the coming season will answer how he got his wings back.

Meanwhile, the premiere episode’s title on IMDb, which is “Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith,” will no longer be the debut episode of the third chapter. From the title alone, it looks like this installment will be focusing on Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt). This is said to be a standalone episode, thus it might be released in the midseason.

According to TV Line, the fantasy police procedural comedy drama's second season originally had 22 episodes that had been narrowed down to only 18 chapters. The excess four episodes will then be added to the coming new installment and will be all standalone episodes. Thus, they can’t affect the show’s previous storyline.

“Lucifer” Season 3 will return on Fox on Oct. 2.