Da: So, this october, the third season of “lucifer” starts airing. Do you still have fun playing the “lord of hell on sabbatical in l.a.”? te:
So much fun. it basically feels like my dream job at the moment. and i’ve gotten so close with all of my colleagues, that sometimes it feels like i’m just going out to play with my friends every day.
Funnily enough, i didn’t actually realize that the show was based off of a comic book until i read the press release announcing my casting. i guess that’s a bit shameful to admit. But i’m glad in a way, because it didn’t affect my choices going in to meet for the project, or give me any preconceived ideas of the character. But thankfully Neil gaiman, the creator of the comic, forgave my ignorance and graciously sent me several copies of the books, so now i’m fully versed! i guess what makes a comic book show a bit different than another one would be that there’s already a fan base established. But, i think our show has brought in a lot of people beyond of the comic book world as well, so that’s exciting.
it’s hard to find time to do other projects with the “Lucifer schedule because we film most of the year. But i did just do a cameo in a new rebel Wilson comedy, which was a fun change for me.
i’ve always said that i would go back to “Miranda” if any more episodes were happening. it’s a huge part of my life and i love everyone involved in it. There are definitely discussions happening about the possibility of more episodes, but right now that’s literally all i know. So, everyone’s just going to have to bear with it.