In a series of social media posts, the writers for the Netflix show revealed the first two episode titles for "Lucifer" season 6. They also encouraged fans to join a fill-in-the-blanks game so they can guess the episode 3 title.

As promised for an early Christmas present, the writers announced the titles for episodes 1 and 2 on Twitter. The season premiere is called "Nothing Ever Changes Around Here" with a story from longtime show writer Mike Costa. Kevin Alejandro, who plays Detective Dan Espinoza, will do double duty as director.

This is Alejandro's third time in the director's chair after having helmed the season 3 bonus episode "Once Upon A Time," and the season 5 midseason finale, "Spoiler Alert." The latest episode saw God's (Dennis Haysbert) debut during Lucifer, Michael, Maze, and Amenadiel's fight at the police station.

Meanwhile, "Lucifer" season 6, episode 2 is titled "Buckets of Baggage" with a screenplay from Jen Graham Imada and under the direction of Richard Speight, Jr. Imada has been on the show since season 1 (since it was on Fox TV) but only started writing scripts a bit later.

Speight, Jr., on the other hand, has directed two season 5 episodes namely "BlueBallz" from season 5A and "A Little Harmless Stalking" in season 5B or episode 13. The upcoming episode will be all about Dr. Linda Martin (Rachel Harris).

"My second episode teaches a lot on Rachael Harris' character, Dr. Linda. She plays very heavy in my episode, which, by the way, was a real treat, because she's a powerhouse actress and funny as all get out, so that was a delight," the director said.

"So much of my episode really centers around her. There of course is always the powerhouse wizardry of Tom Ellis and his storyline, but my episode specifically wasn't hammering home that through-line," Speight Jr. added.

Then, the writers teased a few letters so fans can fill in the missing ones for "Lucifer" season 6 episode 3. The suggestions include "Young Daddy To Be," "Yours Fated To Be," "Yabba Dabba Do Me," "Your Calls To Me," and more.

Tom Ellis and Lauren German play Lucifer Morningstar and Chloe Decker in the Netflix series "Lucifer." Getty Images