Lucifer Season 6: Release Date ,and more

DB Woodside, a longtime friend of "Lucifer", has been involved in the production since its inception. Although he is familiar with the program, he is still pleasantly surprised by it. He is particularly excited to be leading the sixth and final season.

Woodside shared details of his career in the movie industry, with credits such as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," 24, and "Suits." He recently joined us for an Instagram chat. We were able to learn more about his approach and offer advice to young actors wishing to work behind the camera.

Since being picked up by Netflix, Woodside has enjoyed an additional "Lucifer" hit streak.

“I've always been a competitive athlete.  So there is a certain joy in being taunted when you're an athlete.

I believe people have made an unwarranted dig on "Lucifer" and I believe the writers and producers worked hard on this show. It's great to see how much people appreciate it and even better to play it for them.

"Lucifer" is not afraid to tackle world events.

“I understand that some people just want to watch TV to forget about their problems. I feel the same. I log into my shows when I'm in trouble. I just want to get away from my everyday life and watch a show that is totally unrelated to it.

I think artists should have a sense of duty. If you are planning to do a cop series, you should include episodes that address the issues. In Season 5, we got the chance to do this.

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Woodside needed to justify himself to be allowed to lead.

“Realizing is something I've always wanted to accomplish. However, it has been difficult to break into this industry. It can be difficult working for a well-known company that has been around for a long time.

People are often unable to see you doing something different, or even imagine yourself doing it. You had to be persuaded several times. I am grateful for their help. But I knew I couldn't fail since I had so much support.

Woodside encourages young performers to never give up on themselves, no matter how difficult it may be.

“You must never give up. I assumed it would be a natural progression because I work hard and have been in the business for over 20 to 25 years that all doors would open. I was amazed to find that was not the case.

I advise you to keep your restlessness in whatever you do. Don't stop working. You have to keep pushing and fighting every day. Even if it seems exhausting, you can still take breaks. Be strong and persevering, defend yourself. “Don't take no for an answer. "

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