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After four years – made up of thirty-six episodes and three feature-length festive specials, making him the longest serving Detective Inspector – Ralf Little has left his post as DI Neville Parker on the BBC Caribbean crime-drama, Death in Paradise.

At the end of Sunday’s series finale, Neville sailed off into the sunset with DS Florence Cassell, played by Josephine Jobert, after their storyline reached its emotional conclusion. 

The dramatic ending brings a close to another series full of surprising and shocking twists and turns, including the shooting of Commissioner Selwyn Patterson (Don Warrington) in the 100th episode, Officer Marlon Pryce (Tahj Miles) bidding farewell to the island, and the welcome return of some other familiar faces – Camille Bordey (Sara Martins), JP Hooper (Tobi Bakare) and Dwayne Myers (Danny John-Jules). A star-studded raft of guests also joined the regular cast, including Academy Award winner Hayley Mills, Pearce Quigley, Ronni Ancona, Genesis Lynea, Richard Fleeshman, Shvorne Marks, Kate Robbins, Taj Atwal and more. 

Neville joined the Saint Marie police team in 2020, taking over from DI Jack Mooney (Ardal O’Hanlon). His four-year tenure as Detective Inspector saw him face many ups and downs, overcome his allergies, aversions to the sun, and even an attempt to frame him for murder to become Saint Marie’s longest serving sleuth. New lead casting for Death in Paradise will be announced in due course. 

Death in Paradise will return later this year for a fourth feature-length Christmas special, followed by a new series in 2025. The Caribbean sun-soaked detective drama enters its fourteenth year with its much-loved combination of magnificent murder mysteries, mindboggling puzzles and plot twists which leave audiences guessing and on the edge of their seats.

25 March 2024

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