Actor Tom Ellis of "Lucifer" appears during the Fox Network presentation at the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter press tour in Pasadena, California January 15, 2016. Reuters/David McNew

Production of “Lucifer” Season 2 has begun, showrunner of the TV series has announced online. The first picture from the set shared online shows Morningstar back in therapy.

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The first day of filming took Morningstar (Tom Ellis) back into therapy. Showrunner Joe Henderson shared a picture from the set showing Ellis filming his scene on the first day. “What better way to start than with a little therapy?” the producer asked rhetorically. Rachael Harris (Linda Martin) is also featured in the picture, with her character patiently listening to his new problem.

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The title of the first episode is “Everything’s coming up Lucifer.” The script has been written by Henderson and will be directed by Nathan Hope. A picture of the first page of the draft of the script was shared online previously on the official Twitter page of the writer’s room.

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The writers teased in a tweet that the major focus of the plot of the premiere episode will be Morningstar’s mother Charlotte (Tricia Helfer). In an interview with Comic Book Resources, Helfer said that she is “very excited” to be joining “Lucifer” Season 2 and that she is excited about her character.

The actress said that the fans may be expecting “a certain thing” from her character, but they will be “surprised.” She teased that Morningstar has concerns about his mother coming to Earth to seek revenge. However, the actress revealed that there are many layers to her character on the show.

Helfer said that the viewers will quickly realise what her character is all about as soon as she is introduced. However, with subsequent episodes the viewers will realise that there is more to the character.

The title of the second episode of “Lucifer” Season 2 is “Liar, Liar, Slu—y Dress on Fire.” The script was written by Ildy Modrovich and will be directed by Louis Milito, the writers revealed in a tweet.