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Death in Paradise brings its 10th season to a close this week, much to the disappointment of fans. However, viewers will already be looking ahead to what the future holds for the show. Here’s everything you need to know about this, including some insight from the cast.
Will there be another series of Death in Paradise?
Crime comedy-drama Death in Paradise has had viewers hooked once again with its 10th season.
This has seen several former characters return as well as featuring some romance for beloved Detective Inspector Neville Parker (played by Ralf Little).
However, the latest outing will be coming to an end on Thursday, February 18.
This will have left viewers wondering if an 11th season is on the cards or not yet.
Thankfully, the BBC has already confirmed the series will be coming back once again.
Back in January 2021, the show was recommissioned for two more seasons on the channel.
When this was announced, it was teased both cast regulars and new faces would be returning to Saint Marie.
So far, not much else has been confirmed about what will happen next on the show.
However, viewers do know Neville will be returning as the detective once again.
Ralf Little confirmed this earlier this year when he appeared on Graham Norton’s show on Virgin Radio.
He explained: “I’ll be back next year but I don’t think I’m signed for the two years.”
As well as this, there is even more good news for the future of the show.
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This is because executive producer Tim Key also teased how even more seasons could be on their way.
When asked about what the future holds for the series, he told Express.co.uk and other media how he’d love to continue the show.
He said back in December 2020: “I think we’ve got a series 11 in us, and the 12, 13 and 14 and onwards.
“I really do feel like this series we’ll be delivering soon really proves that the show knows what it is.
“It can deliver what people want and surprise at the same time.
“So I would never take anything for granted and the world is nothing if not strange these days.
“But I would love to keep going because we’ve got stories to tell.
“It’s a privilege to be able to tell them on a show that is so popular with so many people.”
Death in Paradise airs on Thursdays on BBC One.
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