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‘Lucifer’: D.B. Woodside Makes His Directorial Debut in Season 6 of Netflix Series


D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel in 'Lucifer' season 1 wearing angel clothing
D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel in ‘Lucifer’ I FOX via Getty Images

‘Save the Devil, Save the World’ reveals the celestial truth to Ella

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Lucifer season 6 gave fans many binge-worthy and jaw-dropping episodes to unpack. From discovering who Rory (Brianna Hildebrand) really is to Lucifer (Tom Ellis) finally coming to terms with becoming God, the Netflix series has fans hooked from the first episode. Season 6 also marked D.B. Woodside’s directorial debut. Woodsides has been known for playing Lucifer’s brother, Amenadiel, since his first season introduction. After six years, Woodside got to direct episode eight of season 6 before saying goodbye.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers about Lucifer Season 6.]

D.B. Woodside as Amenadiel in ‘Lucifer’ I FOX via Getty Images ‘Save the Devil, Save the World’ reveals the celestial truth to Ella

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Episode eight of Season 6 finally revealed the existence of angels and the celestial to Ella Lopez (Aimee Garcia). At the beginning of the season, Ella started her own investigation realizing the people she trusted most were hiding a big secret. She finally concludes Lucifer really is the devil. The bizarre occurrences around the world are symbols of an oncoming apocalypse. Episode eight starts with Ella showing her findings to the main characters and confirms her story.

The episode takes an exciting turn and has fans delve deep into what is causing Lucifer to not commit to his new role as God. With the help of Linda’s (Rachael Harris) manuscript of their past five years together, Lucifer, Ella, Chloe (Lauren German) find the root of his problem. While reading the book manuscript, Ella comes face to face with how much everyone kept from her.

Ella feels betrayed and admits she lost her faith when Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) died. Her heart is heartbroken to know everyone knew Charlotte was in a better place but her. By the end, Ella regains her faith and gets to see something she has always dreamed of.

D.B. Woodside Directed Ella’s Biggest Moment in ‘Lucifer’

Fam… I can’t believe it’s almost here! Charlie and I are so excited for you to watch season 6! And Charlie is especially excited for you to watch Episode 8, his Dad’s directorial debut! #lucifer #fanart @RachaelEHarris pic.twitter.com/yTqTAvb8aX

— DB Woodside (@dbwofficial) September 7, 2021

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Before the premiere of season 6, D.B. Woodside shared on Twitter he would be behind the camera for one episode. Woodside would come to direct one of the series’s most pivotal moments with Ella. Ella has been the one character throughout the series with true and unwavering faith. Her devotion to her faith often surprised Lucifer.

Ella was a shining beacon of hope throughout the series but lost it all when Charlotte was killed. Woodside wanted to give the character her moment of absolute faith that she needed. In the episode, Lucifer jumps off the roof to activate his wings. Amenadiel goes to …read more

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