“We start shooting in a couple of weeks,” he told Radio Times. “I’m extremely excited.
“It’s carrying on from where we left Humphrey Goodman and Martha, with their new bucolic south-western lifestyle.
“The classic Death in Paradise way of wrapping up the show is spun on its head a bit – not every episode is a murder – so more sheep rustling and stuff like that!
“It puts an English Riviera spin on the show people know and love. Who needs the Caribbean?”