After three years and 20 solved murders, Ardal O’Hanlon and the BBC have confirmed that the former Father Ted star will leave the most dangerous island in the world following the forthcoming series 9 of Death in Paradise.
Ardal O’Hanlon (Father Ted, My Hero) reprises his role as detective Jack Mooney, the current resident fish-out-of-water on the fictional Caribbean island of Saint Marie, as filming has begun on series 9 of Death in Paradise.
As BBC One faded to black following the final episode of season 8 last Thursday, word came down from Britain’s public broadcaster that the popular crime comedy/drama/mystery series has been commissioned for an additional two seasons.
Following a series of clues from The One Show hosts Alex Jones and Matt Baker, Danny John-Jules was confirmed Monday evening as the third and newest contestant to take the dance floor on the 2018 edition of Strictly Come Dancing. Dancing is nothing new to John-Jules who began his pre-television career as a dancer in the West End for […]
After 7 series and 62 solved murders, four suicides, an accidental death and an unfortunate poisoned cat named Opal, Officer Dwayne Myers, played by Danny John-Jules, is turning in his badge and will be leaving the island of Saint Marie before filming begins on series 8. Considered the most murderous place in the world, the […]
Even though the principle actors charged with keeping the streets of the fictional Caribbean island of Saint Marie safe have turned over numerous times during the British comedy/mystery drama’s six series, one constant has remained throughout the popular BBC series. There has always been a steady stream of guest actors visiting the island paradise to […]
As evidenced by the fact that there have now been three major cast changes in six seasons of the BBC mystery series Death in Paradise, filming in the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe has not proven to be ‘paradise’ over the years. Citing his desire to spend more time with his family, Ben Miller starred as DI […]
Based on the highly successful, best-selling novel series by M. C. Beaton, the British comedy-drama Agatha Raisin is set to cross the Atlantic this month on public television. Originally broadcast as a one-off pilot, Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death, the program was commissioned for a new 8-part series that will premiere on American public television […]