A brand new season of Lucifer arrives on Might 28 with a full eight-episode order to spherical out the collection closing season.
Because the present involves a detailed, actor DB Woodside seized the chance to flex to dish to tvline about what followers can count on between Amenadiel (Woodside) and Linda (Rachel Harris), whereas additionally speaking about his directorial debut.
Final season ended on a severe cliffhanger with Amenadiel and Lucifer brawling with Michael and Maze. However in much less violent information, Amenadiel is now a father, and Linda is the infant Momma. He was upset when discovering his baby is a mere mortal, and Woodside talks in regards to the character working by way of that. “Extra than simply his personal embarrassment or his personal expectations not being met, he’s scared, as he says, by the truth that his son will develop previous, his son might be weak, his son might be a goal. These are issues that may make any father or mother scared.”
With that mentioned, Amenadiel has labored out a candy take care of Linda and can proceed to co-parent. “Amenadiel and Linda have developed a very stunning friendship and have occurred upon a good way to coparent. I feel they’re buddies without end, and I simply love all that stuff with Rachael [Harris]. They’re undoubtedly in for some extra ups and downs of being a father or mother, however I don’t assume Amenadiel might ask for a greater associate than Dr. Linda.”
As for guiding, Woodside was a bit nervous about juggling so many individuals on set. He realized that you just see issues in another way when it’s actor vs. director. “As a director it was completely different, as a result of as an actor, if I’m in a scene with certainly one of them or two of them, I’m simply involved about what I’m doing, proper? As director, I’m answerable for the whole imaginative and prescient, and typically actors can come to a scene with a really small standpoint and never perceive how they’re becoming into the large image.”
For me, Amenadiel has among the best character redemption arcs within the series–and I’m not prepared for this present to finish. Lucifer has been a wild journey from begin to end, and I’ve grown connected to so many characters. *Sigh* I suppose all good issues should come to an finish. Within the meantime, I’m trying ahead to seeing Woodside develop as a director.
The final season premieres on Might 28 on Netflix!
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