The Madame Blanc Mysteries series 3 release date confirmed

Crime drama The Madame Blanc Mysteries returns for series three on Channel 5 in 2024.


Series creator Sally Lindsay (Cold Call, Mount Pleasant) reprises her role of Jean White and again joins forces with Sue Vincent (Mount Pleasant, Shameless), who returns as Gloria Beaushaw, to co-write the series.

The new seven-part series will see renowned and respected antiques dealer, Jean White, return with her expertise in the world of antiquities proving to be the key to solving a series of murders and mysteries against the backdrop of the beautiful French village of Sainte Victoire.

When is The Madame Blanc Mysteries back on TV?

The third series will launch on Thursday, 4 January 2024 at 9PM on Channel 5. Episodes will also stream on My5.

The new series follows a one-off Christmas special in December 2023.

Outside the UK, the series is available on Acorn TV.

Sally Lindsay in The Madame Blanc Mysteries season 3
Sally Lindsay in The Madame Blanc Mysteries season 3. Credit: Channel 5/Darrin Zammit Lupi

Who’s on the cast?

Alongside Sally Lindsay and Sue Vincent, also reprising their roles for the third series are Steve Edge (Starlings, Murder They Hope, Maxine) as Dom Hayes, Robin Askwith (Strike, Benidorm) and Sue Holderness (Only Fools and Horses, Still Open All Hours, The Green Green Grass) as Jeremy and Judith Lloyd James and Alex Gaumond (Derry Girls, My Dinner With Hervé, Death In Paradise) as Chief of Police André Caron.

They’ll be joined by Tony Robinson as Uncle Patrick having first made an appearance appearance in the series 2 Christmas special.

Sally Lindsay said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be returning to the sunshine and giving you another mystery packed series of Madame Blanc.


“I am truly humbled by the love for our show and can’t wait to give you lots more adventures. See you in St. Victoire!”

Paul Testar, Commissioning Editor, Drama, Channel 5 and Paramount+, added: “Audiences have opened their hearts to the world of Sainte Victoire in series one and two with its wonderful characters and bafflingly high murder rate. I can’t wait to see what Sally and Sue come up with for the third series.”

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