Death in Paradise Executive Producer, Tim Key, said: “We’re delighted to announce our amazing guest cast and particularly grateful to them all for making the journey to Guadeloupe during such a difficult year to be part of the show. Every episode features some amazing performances from a host of famous guests who were all a pleasure to work with and we can’t wait for our viewers to try to work out which one of them dunnit!”
Filmed on the idyllic French-Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, the tenth series sees D.I. Neville Parker continue to get to grips with island life whilst attempting to unravel a series of challenging cases with the team. Some surprises for the new series have already been announced, including the return of fan-favourites Joséphine Jobert and Sara Martins but viewers can expect plenty more exciting things to come!
Renowned for its ingenious murder mysteries set against a beautiful Caribbean backdrop, Death In Paradise remains one of television’s highest-rated dramas since launching in 2011. Series 10 is set to be one of the biggest and best yet.
Death in Paradise is commissioned for the BBC by Charlotte Moore, Chief Content Officer, and Piers Wenger, Controller of Drama Commissioning. Tim Key will continue to executive produce for Red Planet Pictures and Tommy Bulfin for the BBC. Death In Paradise is a Red Planet Pictures production for BBC One made with the support of the region of Guadeloupe and internationally distributed by BBC Studios. Series ten is produced by Jim Poyser.
Other guest appearances include : Kelvin Fletcher (Emmerdale), Luke Pasqualino (Our Girl), Patrick Robinson (Sitting in Limbo), Danielle Vitalis (I May Destroy You), Laura Aikman (The Split), Steve Edge (Benidorm), Luke Bailey (Noughts + Crosses) and Lia Williams (The Crown). Tobi Bakare‘s real-life wife, Prisca Bakare (BBC’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream)