July 25, 2016: Actor DB Woodside just let the world in on his life – and he appears to be GAY. Congrats to him for being comfortable with himself to let us all know about it. The actor was attending Comic-Con to help promote his latest project LUCIFER – and he started KISSING A DUDE. If you’re trying to place where you saw DB last, it was probably as Malcolm on Single Ladies.
So then, you start going another way, and then the network has some more suggestions.
We started out one way, and then the network has some suggestions.
We’re already calling her our little jumping bean because she’s so active!
“My mom and dad have moved in to be around her that much more!
To see what the ladies' latest drama was all about.
And, most importantly, he's back for the show's second season, which debuts tonight at 9 p.m. He returns to romance Keisha Greene (Lisa Raye Mc Coy), and judging from the trailers, this time around, he's more smitten than she is.
It’s nice to have that, but I like when the show takes us into Lucifer’s world and shows us what’s happening with him and how he’s adjusting to the earthly plane and what’s happening in hell, in his absence. I’m so happy that the last two episodes have come back to that because it’s really going to take the first season out on a great high, and it also gives us a great place to start from, at the beginning of Season 2.
When it does come time to have a conversation about Season 2 with the producers and writers, what would your dream list of suggestions be? I would love to see the supernatural aspects of the show get brought more to the forefront.
, called “Take Me Back To Hell,” Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) is framed for murder, and he and Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) must work together to clear his name and prove the identity of the true killer. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor D. Woodside talked about the show’s evolution over the first season, when he thinks is at its best, his desire to have more of a focus on the supernatural, why he loves the last shocking moment of the finale, setting things up for Season 2, the fun of the Lucifer/Amenadiel/Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) dynamic, how much he loves the fight scenes, and his desire to see Amenadiel become more hands-on. Because the first season of a show is really about finding your footing and seeing what works best, when do you think is at its best when they’re really focusing on the supernatural aspects of the show. I feel like all of the other stuff, like the procedural aspects, are secondary.
Woodside) realizes that delegating duties may not have been the best of decisions and he attempts to fix that. And then, you might want to go back to where you started. I think first seasons are all about exploration and finding out what works and what doesn’t work, which sets you up and gets us all focused and excited about a Season 2.
There has to be love in this relationship, otherwise it’s just not gonna work.” So, any time that Tom and I got a chance to joke or smile or really show that these brothers actually love each other, we took it. Me being a little brother myself, I love the moment where Amenadiel has to acknowledge his wrongdoings to his brother, in order to enlist his brother’s help. I see Lucifer as the little brother that was spoiled with everything handed to him, and he still just manages to be a little bad-ass kid, never listening to reason. WOODSIDE: I thought that Amenadiel was going to be more hands-on in getting Lucifer back to Hell.