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:

DA MAN - - Wheels -

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.

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