Death In Paradise has revealed its guest list for the upcoming new series, including a former EastEnders favourite.
Tamzin Outhwaite has been confirmed for a role, alongside other well-known faces in the hit BBC One crime drama.
So who else is in it and when does it start?
Who are the guests in the new series of Death In Paradise?
The BBC says that Tamzin Outhwaite will guest star in the series, alongside Waterloo Road’s Jason Done, Silent Witness’s William Gaminara.
Other guests include: Nicholas Bailey, Ben Onwuke and Ben Starr.
They join series regulars Ralf Little (as DI Neville Parker), Joséphine Jobert (DS Florence Cassell), Don Warrington (Selwyn Patterson), Élizabeth Bourgine (Catherine Bordey) Tahj Miles (Marlon Pryce).
And we’re told fans should look out for brand new Saint Marie officer Naomi Thomas, played by Shantol Jackson.
Who else is in the new series?
In terms of plot, the BBC says that the team will investigate cases including the death of a skydiver, who was apparently stabbed mid-air.
Try and crack that one!
There’s also a murder on a golf course, a killer at a concert, and a mysterious case at a rehab clinic.
However, there’s one lingering question that fans desperately want to know the answer to.
Will Neville finally tell Florence how he really feels about her?
The BBC says we’ll find out in the upcoming Christmas special.
In addition, it also says that Neville’s sister Izzy (Kate O’Flynn) will pay him a surprise visit in series 11.
— tamzin outhwaite (@mouthwaite) December 1, 2021
What did Tamzin say about the role?
Tamzin took to Twitter to confirm her appearance on the show.
She said: “Yes it’s true… loved working on this. #deathinparadise @bbcpress.”
Subsequently, Fans were quick to share their excitement.
One said: “Fabulous look forward to watching this.”
Another exclaimed: “I can’t wait for the new series!”
A third wrote: “Yes! [champagne emoji] One of my favourites in one of my favourite shows.”
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