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Death in Paradise star Kris Marshall reveals whether he would return to show 

Will Kris Marshall be back for season ten?

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Emmy Griffiths
TV & Film Editor
17 December 2020
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Death in Paradise is returning for season ten in January, and Kris Marshall has previously opened up about whether he'd return to the show for a cameo - and it sounds like he might just want to make a comeback! 

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Chatting at a Sanditon Q&A back in 2019, he said: "Would I go back, and do a cameo in Death in Paradise? Unequivocally yes." The show's executive producer Tim Key admitted that they didn't have plans to include him ahead of season nine, but who knows what the upcoming series holds!

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Chatting to Digital Spy ahead of the last series, Tim said: "I see him from time to time anyway. He's like everyone – you know, he had a great time on the show. And if we had the right story, I'm sure he'd come back. It could happen. Kris is great. But whether we're planning it or not, is a different thing. Right now, that's not on the table. But it could be. Who knows?"

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Ralf Little, who plays the lead detective Neville Parker, has previously spoken about how much he'd enjoy acting opposite Kris in the series, telling the Express: "We would have a lot of fun... I worked with Kris before, so we know each other pretty well." 

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Kris left the show back in 2017

On the other hand, Ardal O'Hanlon, who played DI Jack Mooney, previously denied that he'd ever return to the hit series, telling HELLO!: "I can say definitely not, I really feel a real sense of closure as an actor, but also as a person, a real sense of completion."

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