'Lucifer' Season 4 Spoilers: The 'Naughty' and 'Dangerous' Eve Is Coming

Inbar Lavi will be playing Eve (as in Eve of Adam and Eve) in Lucifer Season 4, TV Insider reported Monday.

"After an eternity with Adam, she's grown restless in her marriage and longs for a less predictable time when things were exciting. Naughty. Dangerous," read the character description for "the original sinner herself." "She misses her hot and heavy first love…the charming rogue who tempted her so many years ago. That's right, the devil himself…Lucifer."

Lavi shared the news on Twitter with the appropriate emojis (a snake and an apple) Monday.

Fox canceled the series before the end of its third season in May, and at the time, showrunner Joe Henderson tweeted, "We created a season finale with a huge cliffhanger so that there was no way Fox could cancel us. Instead, we're going to frustrate the hell out of your fans. I'm so sorry about that. … What it teases for Season 4… well, maybe, just maybe, we can #SaveLucifer and show you." Fans put together a #SaveLucifer social media campaign, and when Netflix picked up the series in June, the EP thanked the fans with, "You brought us back," on Twitter.

That's a sentiment Netflix's VP of original content, Cindy Holland, echoed at the Television Critics Association press tour in July. "Lucifer is a fantastic show that has really resonated with audiences in parts of the world, so we felt it was important for our licensing team to try to help that show continue for our fans," she said.

Henderson wrote the Lucifer Season 4 premiere, "Everything's Okay," as revealed on the title page the series' writers' room Twitter account posted on August 6. The Season 3 finale did leave off with a big cliffhanger for the premiere to resolve. Lucifer (Tom Ellis) showed Chloe (Lauren German) his devil face and she realized he was not speaking metaphorically all those times he told her he was the devil.

The table read for the premiere was on August 7, co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich posted on Twitter. Modrovich wrote the second episode, "Somebody's Been Reading Dante's Inferno," and writers' room tweeted the title page Friday.

Filming began for the season on August 13 and Netflix shared a video of the cast on the set thanking the fans. "We're back in our very white makeup trailer because of you," Ellis said.

Lucifer. Season 4. Day 1 of shooting!

Knock 'em dead @tomellis17 @LaurenGerman @Aimee_Garcia @RachaelEHarris @kevinmalejandro & @LesleyAnnBrandt #LuciferOnNetflix pic.twitter.com/pR7VOCN0xk

— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) August 13, 2018

The 10 episodes of Lucifer Season 4 will stream on Netflix. A release date has not yet been announced.