Realtor Beth Murphy finds her sister Moira having seemingly killed her twin Megan. Lucifer finds his hand deformed, hiding it as best he can. A deluded Eve wants him back, so Maze takes her as a bounty hunter partner, while in private Lucifer shows Chloe he's changing into his other form. Moira's accountant reveals a missing thumb drive with sensitive information was taken. Megan is proven innocent from the TOD, so Eve suggests a sting operation with false news of a copy of the missing thumb drive. Chloe provides a masquerade party to help conceal Lucifer's change, but people start revealing their desires left and right. Beth admits to the crime. Megan had trusted Beth with helping the finances, but a bad investment lost all their money; Beth lost her mind when Megan berated her and killed her. After Beth leaves, Lucifer becomes trapped in his Full Devil Form. Thinking its because he ruins everything around him, Chloe argues he blames himself for humanity's sins and tells him to forgive himself. The moment he chooses to want to forgive himself, he slowly reverts back to normal, joyous he won't be the evil of prophesy. Meanwhile, Ella confronts Dan about him being the cop who told Tierning about Lucifer, but she covers for him and urges he get help for the emotional pain he is in. Dan seeks help from Linda, admitting he blamed Lucifer but he feels at fault; as there was nothing to save her. As they talk, Linda's water breaks. Eve kidnaps Kinley to dispel the prophesy, but Maze in realization, tells Eve to accept that Lucifer doesn't love her. Maze leaves to go see Linda have her baby, who is named Charlie in honor of Charlotte. Kinley suggests Eve take Lucifer back to Hell so the two of them can rule together. Kinley tries to kill her, but Eve finds one of Maze's hidden knives and kills him. Using him as a messenger, Eve releases the prophesied evil in Kinley's corpse.
Now that the series has been saved and is moving to a new platform on Netflix, those loyal fans can expect to be repaid with a season worthy of their loyalty, according to all involved. The third season ended with Chloe Decker finally finding out that her partner was the actual devil. How that scenario plays out is a huge part of the fourth season.
Lucifer is shown to have a complicated relationship with his family. During season 1, his brother Amenadiel tries to force him to return to his throne in Hell, but he steadfastly refuses to comply with his father's wishes. When the container holding his wings is stolen in the episode \"Favorite Son\", Lucifer goes to great lengths to recover them, only to set them on fire as a sign of his rebellion against God's wishes. However, in the season finale, Lucifer prays to God to save Chloe's life after he is shot, willing to do anything in exchange. God gives him a vision: Lucifer's mother has escaped Hell and it is his duty to bring her back.
In season 6, Maze pursues a romantic relationship with Eve and eventually marries her. She also works with Dan's ghost, attempting to help him discover the source of his guilt and finally reach Heaven. Having learned that he will soon disappear and never return to the Earth, Lucifer says an emotional goodbye to Maze, calling her his best friend and stating that with the number of times that Maze has saved him, he owes her far more than he can ever repay. In turn, Maze is content with her life on Earth finally and provides Lucifer with one of her demon daggers as a parting gift.
She is a forensic scientist for the LAPD who helps Chloe and Lucifer with their cases, usually being the one conducting examinations on crime scenes and analyzing them afterward. She hails from Detroit, has four brothers, and claims to have a somewhat criminal past, having stolen cars in her teenage years with her brother. This is reflected in the season 3 bonus episode \"Once Upon a Time\", set in an alternate universe, where she is a criminal carjacker and mechanic. She also knows how to defuse bombs, which she successfully did to save everyone's lives in the season 4 episode \"Expire Erect\". She is known for being unceasingly perky and talkative, which has led Pierce as her superior to snap at her in public on one occasion, leaving her devastated. After a pep talk from Charlotte Richards, she learns to stand up for herself and berates Pierce, who apologizes to her. Nevertheless, Chloe and the rest of their colleagues wholeheartedly accept Ella for who she is. 781b155fdc