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DEATH IN PARADISE will be celebrating its 10th anniversary next year. But could the end of the comedy drama be in sight?

PUBLISHED: 11:28, Thu, Oct 29, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:28, Thu, Oct 29, 2020

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Death in Paradise was one of the few series which wasn't affected by the coronavirus pandemic as the latest season aired in January, prior to the world going into lockdown. Filming has now resumed for the upcoming series which is expected to air in early 2021. Season 10 will also feature a massive cast shake-up which will see the return of a very familiar face.


WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Death in Paradise.

DI Neville Parker (played by Ralf Little) took over the role as the lead detective midway through series nine as DI Jack Mooney (Ardal O'Hanlon) returned to London.

Neville will be back but Officer Ruby Patterson (Shyko Amos) and DS Madeleine Dumas (Aude Legastelois) will be making their exits in the next season.

Meanwhile, former DS Florence Cassell (Josephine Jobert) will be making a surprise return to the sandy shores of Saint Marie after leaving in series eight.

The BBC show will also be introducing 18-year-old Marlon Pryce (Tahj Miles), who has been described as a "petty criminal".

Will he cause trouble for the officers or will they be able to help him rectify his mistakes?

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When will Death in Paradise come to an end?

Death in Paradise will be marking 10 years of being on BBC One next year.

This is a remarkable milestone given how former DIP star Ben Miller said in the beginning, it “got the worst reviews of anything” he had been involved in.

With a new cast line-up on the way though, it doesn't seem like the drama is going to be ending any time soon.

Nevertheless, creator Don Warrington, who also plays Commissioner Selwyn Patterson, has said "nothing's forever", while discussing the show's

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