Will Death appear in the final series of Lucifer?

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Lucifer season five is in the work at the moment on location in Los Angeles. US streaming service  hasn't shared a release date as yet, however, it's most likely to be spring 2020. Fans of the show are eager for news about the forthcoming final run with some wondering if Death will make an appearance in the last series.

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Lucifer started off life as a side character in the DC Comics' Sandman series. 

He was created by American Gods and Good Omens writer Neil Gaiman, who aptly voiced God in one episode of the series.

Lucifer went on to spawn his own comic book series before the TV series was commissioned. 

But as the show comes to a close, will characters from the comics turn up in the final series including Death?

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Lucifer season 5 could see Death appear in the final seriesLucifer season 5 could see Death appear in the final series (Image: FOX)

Lucifer season 5: Characters from the comics could appear in the last seriesLucifer season 5: Characters from the comics could appear in the last series (Image: FOX)

Her inclusion in the series would be fitting and pay homage to the comics and where the character of Lucifer was born.

There have also been questions about whether God and Lucifer's brother angel Gabriel and Dream will appear.

Speaking about the possibilities of more characters from the comics appearing in the show, co-showrunner Joe Henderson said: "If DC's willing, how would you not want to play with those?"

The star later told the Comic Book

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