DEATH In Paradise is back for a tenth season as the hit show brings more murder and mayhem on the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie.
But there has been a change to the cast, with new detectives and the return of Josephine Jobert.
Who's in the series 10 cast of Death In Paradise?
Last series, Death In Paradise gained a brand new lead detective in the form of DI Neville Parker (Ralf Little), who took over from DI Jack Mooney (Ardal O’Hanlon).
Neville is now settling into life on Saint Marie, although there have been quite a few other staffing changes at the Honoré Police Station.
Here we take you through who is starring in season 10 of Death In Paradise.
Ralf joined the show during series nine, taking over from Ardal O'Hanlon.
The final episode of series nine saw the insect-bite ridden DI make a 360° turn and decide to remain on the island – so he'll be back for season 10.
He is known for featuring in The Royle Family and Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet of Crisps.
Josephine Jobert as DS Florence Cassell
French actress Josephine made her debut on the show in 2015, but DS Cassell left after series eight after her fiance’s death.
The new series will see her strike up a relationship with Neville.
Her other credits include Avenue 5, Le Temps Est Assassin, Summer Crush, and Sous Le Soleil De Saint-Tropez.
The actress plays Catherine Bordey, a Frenchwoman who has spent most of her adult life in Saint Marie and runs a popular beach-front bar in Honoré.
In France, the actress is best known for Private Lessons (Cours Privé), A Heart in Winter (Un Cœur En Hiver), and My Best Friend (Mon Meilleur Ami).
Tobi returns once again as Officer JP Hooper.
The actor previously starred as Eggy’s friend Jamal in both Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Kingsman: The Secret Service.
He's also had roles in Jamie In The Smoke, Chuks Akinade in The Tunnel and The Shadow Line.
The actor stars on the show as Commissioner Selwyn Patterson.
Don, OBE, is a stage and screen actor who burst on to the scene as Philip in the seventies TV series Rising Damp.
Since then, his credits have included C.A.T.S. Eyes, To Play the King, Hamlet and Henry IX.
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