Death in Paradise's Ralf Little reveals his future on show beyond series 13 in video to fans from BBC set | The Sun

DEATH in Paradise's Ralf Little has confirmed his future on the series after season 13 in a video to fans on set of the BBC show.

The actor has played the lead role of DI Neville Parker since 2020.

Ralf, 43, has shared an exciting update on Death in Paradise just as series 13 filming is about to conclude.

Ralf said during an Instagram Q&A over the weekend that he'll be returning to Guadeloupe in May of next year to film the new episodes.

In response to a fan's question on when filming for Series 14 will begin, the actor stated: "Well it's always between May and October, and there is another series confirmed. So, May and October."

DI Neville Parker was sentenced to prison for murder at the end of Series 12.

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Fans will be keen to see the new episodes, which will debut in January.

The BBC previously revealed that the series would return for seasons 13 and 14, in addition to two extra-long Christmas episodes.

It comes after Ralf shared a set secret earlier this month as filming draws to a close for the new series.

During his Q&A, a fan asked him whether The Shack (where the current Detective Inspector lives) is a permanent installation that fans can visit all year round.

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Ralf replied: "No, it's not a permanent structure. We build it every year and then take it down again when it's finished…

So, if you do want to see it and see us here, you need to come to Guadeloupe between May to end of October sort of time and it is hot, I have to warn you."

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