Death in Paradise concludes on BBC One for Series 7 tonight but who's on the cast?
Filmed on the French-Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, the award-winning drama returns to BBC One for a seventh series this evening.
Pulling in a record audience of over nine million last year, Death In Paradise has cemented its position as one of BBC One’s highest rating dramas, with Ardal O’Hanlon reprising his role as Detective Inspector Jack Mooney.
Death in Paradise cast
Guest stars in Death in Paradise 2018 include Simon Callow (Amadeus), Sian Gibson (Car Share) and Denis Lawson (New Tricks).
Other guest stars heading to paradise in the new series include Mark Benton (Waterloo Road), James Faulkner (Game of Thrones), Levi Roots (Caribbean Food Made Easy) Suzanne Packer (Casualty), Charlotte Beaumont (Broadchurch), Harry Richardson (Poldark), Adjoa Andoh (Doctor Who), Richard Harrington (Hinterland, Lark Rise To Candleford), Richie Campbell (Liar), John Sessions (The Loch), Katy Wix (Not Going Out), Steve Toussaint (Prince of Persia) and Zoe Boyle (Sons Of Anarchy).
Set on the idyllic tropical island of Saint Marie, the hotly anticipated seventh series sees the return of series regulars Josephine Jobert, Danny John-Jules, Tobi Bakare, Elizabeth Bourgine and Don Warrington for more baffling murder cases and warm hearted Caribbean fun.
Death in Paradise spoilers
In the last episode of the series, When Billy Springer, lead guitarist of a popular reggae band, is murdered, DI Mooney and his team must crack a cold case that has haunted the Commissioner for years, before they can arrest the killer.
After performing on stage as part of Leon And The Ragers 30-year reunion gig, Billy is found dead moments later in his dressing room.
With a gun in his hand and the door locked from the inside, all evidence points towards suicide. However the Commissioner received a message from Billy earlier that day saying that he had found evidence linked to his wife’s murder - the case that the Commissioner was unable to solve 30 years earlier. Why would Billy kill himself when he had just unearthed proof leading to his wife’s killer? And why is Jack so obsessed with a fork found at the scene of the crime?
Convinced that Billy was killed to conceal his wife’s murderer, suspicion soon falls upon Billy’s fellow band-mates and his son, Kai. With each of them denying the allegations and Billy’s room being locked from the inside, how could any of them committed the crime?
Meanwhile, Jack finds himself once more sharing his shack with a member of the Myers family. But while the team try to help Dwayne come to terms with his dad’s surprise visit to Saint Marie, is it too late for father and son to make amends?
Death in Paradise airs tonight at 9PM on BBC One.