Will Chloe (Lauren German) be able to accept Lucifer (Tom Ellis) as the devil, now that she finally has come face to face with the fact that he truly is the devil? “Well, I mean, that is the big question and I think that’s Lucifer’s main concern,” Ellis told TheWrap in an interview ahead of the Season 4 premiere of “Lucifer” on Netflix this Wednesday. “When we open the season, we realize that it’s a month after the reveal at the end of Season 3 and the detective disappeared,” Ellis said. “She kind of left that scene when the police swarmed in and Lucifer never saw her again, she took her child and she went somewhere. And he hasn’t heard from her, he’s heard nothing at all. So he’s been wallowing in this kind of self hatred for a month.” “And just as he’s starting to think she may never come back, she comes back,” he added. “And she comes back claiming that she’s processed this entire ordeal and that she just wants to get on and work again. And Lucifer thinks, ‘Surely that can’t be all it is.’ But I think Lucifer being Lucifer is quite happy to accept that may be all it is.” As Ellis says, Lucifer certainly likes a “quick fix.” However, it doesn’t seem that’s what Deckerstar shippers will be facing with this new batch of episodes, as the former Fox drama appears to be picking up with even more drama on the streaming platform that saved it from cancellation hell last year.