Luciferseason 3 might bring back Charlotte Richards according to actress Aimee Garcia. She also teased a bit of spoiler for her character Ella’s exciting adventure with the devil that involves singing and dancing.

Season 3 debuts on Oct. 2 with a new time slot. It airs Mondays at 8:00 p.m. instead of 9:00 p.m. The show has taken over the airtime for “Gotham.”

Tricia Helfer to return

Aimee Garcia confirmed that Helfer will return for the installment. However, she did not say whether fans will see Charlotte Richards or Lucifer Morningstar’s (Tom Ellis) goddess mother.

“I don’t know if we’ll see the Goddess back, but we’ll definitely see Tricia. She’s such an icon and such a talented actor,” Garcia told TV Line during the Saturn Awards.

Ellis, on the other hand, seems to hint at the goddess’ return during an interview with DC All Access (see video below). He teased at the possibility that Lucifer’s family will return in Season 3. These include Uriel and the devil’s mother. The actor also teased that “Lucifer” Season 3 might introduce other members of the family.

What happened to Lucifer’s mother?

The Season 2 Finale saw the devil help his mother escape by opening another realm (an inhabited world) where the goddess can rule. Her soul left Charlotte Richards’ body and the latter woke up with no recollection of the things that have happened.

It is unclear if Season 3 will see the goddess back to Earth to reunite with her sons, although if this happens then she likely will still occupy Richards’ body.

What else can fans expect in "Lucifer" Season 3

Garcia revealed that the installment will introduce new characters, although she declined to expound on this. It is likely one of these characters is the devil's new adversary.

Ellis said this person will test the devil in ways that he has not been tested yet.

Garcia also teased at an exciting adventure for her character and the devil. She said that Ella and Lucifer will go on a fun little road trip that “might involve some singing and dancing.” It would be exciting to see the devil bust some moves for a change, as fans have already had their share of hearing him sing.

“Lucifer” Season 3 will also explore the titular character’s backstory in a standalone episode. Fans will finally know why he was cast out of Hell and how he ended up in Los Angeles. The new season has 22 episodes, including the four standalone episodes that will dig deeper into the character stories. These episodes were supposedly for Season 2 had Fox not decided to cut the season to 18 episodes.