Will there be a Death in Paradise season 14? Everything we know


With the 13th season of Death in Paradise now wrapped up, fans have been left wondering how the Neville Parker-Florence Cassell relationship will unfold.

And, despite an old face returning to the sunny BBC drama in the season’s final instalment, it was not exactly a happy reunion as Commissioner Selwyn Patterson’s team grappled with the death of a tourist – whose loved ones are hiding numerous skeletons in their closets.

After that gripping season finale, viewers were left with one burning question. Will there be another season?

Will there be a Death in Paradise season 14?

The BBC has confirmed the crime drama will be returning for season 14, and will likely reappear on screens in January 2025.

But what can viewers expect next year?

With Neville (played by Ralf Little) and Florence (Joséphine Jobert) potentially having the chance to strengthen their bond outside of Saint Marie before their next appearance, Florence might become a regular cast member.

Some, though, have speculated that the blooming relationship could signal the perfect time for Neville to say goodbye to his colleagues on Saint Marie, with the character expressing his desire to travel.

Others, though are sceptical about Little’s departure from the show.

In response to a BBC social media post, some fans insisted that he will be back for season 14, stating: “Ralf confirmed he’ll return for the next season,” while another pointed out: “The actors are signed on for another season!”

Ultimately, though, there is only one way to really find out: wait to tune into Death in Paradise next year.

When is Beyond Paradise season 2 on TV?

The second season of ‘Beyond Paradise’ is almost here (Photo: Joss Barratt/Red Planet Pictures)

In the meantime, the BBC has announced season 2 of Beyond Paradise.

Following a thrilling first season, which drew the attention of more than eight million viewers within the first month of airing, executive producer Tim Key said he was “over the moon” at how quickly viewers took to the spin-off.

The new season debuted on Friday 22 March at 8pm on BBC One and iPlayer.

Most of the cast members from season one will return to the fictional coastal town of Shipton Abbott, filmed with the picturesque backdrop of Devonshire fishing towns, including Looe, Saltash and Bere Ferrers.

The follow-up season is billed as “bolder and bigger”.

The official synopsis says: “Shipton Abbott continues to keep DI Humphrey Goodman and his team busy, with a baffling new crime each episode.

“From a death on a steam train to a missing teacher, the team have their work cut out – even more so with Police HQ’s threat of the local station house closure hanging over them. The pressure is on to get results.”

Zahra Ahmadi, who plays Detective Sergeant Esther Williams, has said: “[The characters are] more linked to the local surroundings.

“There’s a fishing boat case, and there’s a real sense of magic around the sea. We’ve got a murder mystery on a steam train, the school priest going missing and a medium predicting an arson attack. I feel like the stories come more out of the land this series.”

What about Return to Paradise?

If that is not enough for fans to look forward to, yet another spin-off, Return to Paradise, will be available to watch later this year.

This Australian version of one of the UK’s most-watched dramas will be set in the idyllic, beachside hamlet of Dolphin Cove.

The series will follow the former golden girl of the London Metropolitan Police, Mackenzie Clarke, who moves back to her home down under after building a strong reputation for being able to crack the most impossible of cases in England.

Having escaped her hometown at the earliest opportunity six years previous, Mack vowed she’d return.

She left a lot of unanswered questions back home and will be forced to face them.

Sue Deeks, head of BBC Programme Acquisition, has said of Return to Paradise: “Everything we all love about Death in Paradise – the humour, the beautiful scenery, the likeable characters, the ingenious plots – [will now be] in a fabulous Australian setting.

“I cannot wait for BBC viewers to be introduced to Detective Mack and the good (and not so good!) folk of Dolphin Cove. What a treat we have in store!”

The six-part series will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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