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

A first look video of “Lucifer” Season 2 has been released online. The video recaps the first season and teases some of the scenes that the fans will get to see next. The biggest new entry on the show is Morningstar’s mother, who the showrunner described as “dynamite.”

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The big revelation in the finale episode of the first season was that Morningstar’s (Tom Ellis) mother escaped hell. Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) will be visiting her son on earth after her escape. While the main storyline will focus on this aspect of the show, the preview video shows that the protagonist will continue to solve crimes.

The video teases a major robbery. The teaser also introduces Charlotte, with a scene of Morningstar seeing his mum enter earth. Details about how she escaped from hell are still not clear to her sons, and they may investigate who helped her break out of her prison.

At the San Diego Comic Con, showrunner Joe Henderson said that the introduction of Morningstar’s mother in “Lucifer” Season 2 has given them “a little piece of dynamite” that they gave to the other cast members and “exploded everything,” The Hollywood Reporter reports. The showrunner said that they hadn’t originally planned for Charlotte to be the centre piece as the story moves forward.

Ellis teased that the introduction of his character’s mother will bring “a whole new dynamic to the show.” He said that some of the characters will start to “behave differently” in front of her.

"You see the formidable characters be really not so formidable," Ellis said. D.B. Woodside (Amenadiel) said that his character and Morningstar have a different relationship with their mother and Charlotte is going to “come in the middle of that and play with that a little bit.” Helfer added that her character will try and “smooth things over.”

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