The crime drama Loss of life in Paradise has been recommissioned for 2 extra seasons by BBC One.
Set on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, the sequence is celebrating its tenth anniversary this January, with the season premiere airing immediately. The brand new order takes the present by means of seasons 11 and 12.
Season ten was filmed fully by means of the pandemic, with manufacturing delayed by three months and accelerated to make sure viewers may take pleasure in the brand new season in its regular January slot.
Loss of life in Paradise is a Purple Planet Photos manufacturing for BBC One made with the assist of the area of Guadeloupe.
Government Producer Tim Key stated: “We’re vastly pleased with sequence ten and delighted we’ll be heading again to Saint Marie to proceed the story. Our wonderful forged and crew have delivered towards the chances this 12 months and we will’t wait to get going once more—we’ve obtained enormous plans for the long run, with a number of surprises to come back.”
Belinda Campbell, joint managing director of Purple Planet Photos, stated: “We’re delighted that Loss of life in Paradise has been recommissioned for 2 extra sequence. It’s testomony to the expertise of the forged and manufacturing workforce and the loyalty of our wonderful viewers that after ten sequence we stay one of many U.Ok.’s favourite TV dramas.”