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Aug 15, 2016 11:12 AM EDT

‘Lucifer' News & Spoilers: Season 2 Episode 6 Title Revealed. 'Lucifer' Writers Hints At More Than 13 Episodes

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Just recently, according to IBTimes, Lucifer has revealed the title episode 6 of the second season. This is based from a report by Spoiler TV. This information was due to the fact that the writers of the charming FOX TV series posted an image of the script for the 6th episode that confirms the episode title will be, "Monster."

Aside from the script photo, Tricia Helfer who will play the role of Lucifer's mom Charlotte, also retweeted the same picture. Additional information gained from the image was that episode 6 will be written by Chris Rafferty and helmed by Eagle Egilson.

As far as how Episode 6 will go, there are no other information released that pertains to "Monster," but that doesn't stop fans from speculating about the plot of episode 6.

There are fans who theorize that the title could mean that a dire event may take place in episode 6, while some think that the two leads, Detective Chloe Decker and Lucifer's relationship will be put to the test.

As far as additional casting goes, Screen Rant has reported the addition of former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" alum, Charisma Carpenter will be making an appearance this upcoming season.

On a much different note, season 2 of "Lucifer" has been granted a total of 13 episodes which is the same with season 1, although writers of the FOX hit TV show may have alluded to the possibility of the Tom Ellis led show to having more than the usual 13 episodes. "Lucifer's" official Twitter page, replied to a rumor of it having more than 13 episode by stating that as of the moment, 13 episodes is what FOX has set for them, but they haven't dismissed the possibility of adding more episodes.

That's all for now. Keep your tabs on University Herald to get more update, news, and spoilers.

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