Death in Paradise: Neville drives to Florence’s house
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With season 11 of Death in Paradise to set begin production in the next couple of months, fans are wondering whether the current Detective Inspector will be sticking around past 2022. Ralf Little, who plays Neville Parker has shared his thoughts on the future of his character, admitting he’s not yet ready to say goodbye to the role. Will he stay on the Island of Saint Marie for a little while longer, solving the unusual murders that occur there?
Death in Paradise season 10 finished with a cliffhanger involving Neville and DS Florence Cassell (played by Joséphine Jobert).
Fans of the comedy-drama had been patiently waiting to find out if Neville would pluck up the courage and ask his colleague out on a date.
But, just when viewers thought he was about to get his happily ever after, the episode ended, meaning they would have to wait for the next season to find out what happens next.
In a recent interview, Ralf spoke about how much he enjoys playing the quirky character and was asked if he would ever leave Neville behind.
He said: “I don’t have an end date in mind. I just absolutely love it, so I’m not in any hurry to finish.”
And it seems filming on a beautiful Caribbean island is not a bad place to call work: “I just love it. I love the show; I love being in the show.
“I love working on the show. I’m a fan of it. So who knows, I’ve got no plans either way.”
“I’m certainly possibly the most well suited to it of all the detectives so far because I don’t have the same family commitments,” he told Hello! Magazine.
As for what is in store for season 11 of Death in Paradise, the cast and crew would usually be filming in April, instead, it will start sometime before July.
“In a perfect world, we’d get out there earlier rather than later, but the world is what it is at the moment.
“We just have to work out what we can do,” Ralf previously said.
Despite filming being pushed back, the show should still air in January 2021.
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And joining Ralf, the BBC said “series 11 and 12 will see cast regulars and new faces alike descend on Saint Marie”.
Together they will delve “into a world of mysterious murders and perplexing puzzles that have gained Death in Paradise its reputation as a shining example of the crime drama genre”.
One person who won’t be returning is Sergeant JP Hooper (Tobi Bakare).
He left the show last season when his character accepted a new high-profile job.
Could Danny John-Jules, who plays Officer Dwayne Myers make a return to Guadalupe?
Plot-wise, it would certainly be possible for Dwayne to return from his voyage and reunite with his police colleagues.
But the actor’s exit does appear to be permanent, and there is no indication that he’s considering a return.
Death in Paradise seasons one to 10 are available to watch on the BBC iPlayer now.
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