Lucifer season three concluded in spectacular fashion when Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis) revealed himself as the Devil to homicide detective Chloe Decker (Laura German).
The fallen angel had spread his hidden wings when he carried Chloe to safety before going head-to-head with Pierce.
It was this epic showdown that confirmed Chloe’s suspicions and made it impossible for her to doubt his true identity.
Fans had been waiting for this moment and were dying to know how she would react to the shock revelation.
Sadly, that was the end of Lucifer as FOX later announced that they had dropped the show as well as Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Now, Laura has revealed how her character would have responded if the programme was to continue.
“The way I explain it is that Chloe loves Lucifer like we love family,” she told fans at Oz Comic-On in Melbourne, Australia.
“I think after she gets over the initial shock, Chloe without having to fight it, she would accept it.”
Showrunner Joe Henderson previously said season four would follow Chloe as she comes to terms with Lucifer’s true self.
He told US publication Deadline: “As you saw in the finale, Chloe saw Lucifer’s devil face, finally, proof that Lucifer really is who he said he was.
“No turning back. Chloe knows the truth. So that was the big thrust of season 4 – exploring Chloe dealing with those ramifications.
“And how it affected her relationship with Lucifer both professionally and personally. Can you work with the Devil? Can you LOVE the Devil?”
Meanwhile, Amazon Studios boss Jennifer Salke revealed she is engaging in talks to save the drama seres.
Jennifer said: “We were talking about Lucifer. I know that international, especially the UK group, was really bullish on that show.
“I haven’t checked in on that today, but I heard conversations were ongoing on that yesterday.”
Jennifer compared Lucifer to a show titled The Expanse which was picked up by Amazon just days after Syfy chose not to renew the sci-fi drama series for a fourth season.
Speaking to Deadline about the #SaveTheExpanse campaign which saw banners flown outside Amazon’s offices, Jennifer continued: “There were airplanes circling us, I was having cakes delivered, there was a whole thing happening.
“Then really smart people, whose opinions I really value creatively, started reaching out to me, saying, ‘Have you seen this show, The Expanse, it’s actually great’.
“I hadn’t so I spent some time, I watched the show and I was like, this show is actually really well done, why is nobody watching it?
Lucifer seasons 1 to 3 is available to watch on Amazon Prime.