The BBC has given its first look at brand new series ‘Beyond Paradise’ after the epic cliffhanger of season one.
The drama, which is a spin-off of Death in Paradise, achieved cult status when it debuted earlier this year.
And now the shooting of the second part and Christmas special of the series has officially started.
Humphrey and Martha will both be back after their pivotal trip to Saint Marie at the end of the final series.
Fans can expect Shipton Abbott’s new detective to solve a crime on a steam train and a psychic-predicted arson attack.
Speaking of the new series, Kris Marshall said, “I am beyond thrilled to have started filming Beyond Paradise Season 2.”
“’Shipton Abbott’ is such a wonderful place to call home for a while and it’s a pleasure to work with my fellow police team on another series of weird and wonderful cases and see what lies ahead for Humphrey and Martha next. ” chapters of her life.”
Sally Bretton added, “It has been a great pleasure to be a part of Beyond Paradise Season 1 and I am thrilled to have returned to Shipton Abbott, which already feels like a home from home.”
“I can’t wait for audiences to see what we have planned – I’m sure Season 2 will be brilliant!”
The Christmas special and season two will return Kris Marshall as DI Humphrey Goodman, Sally Bretton as Martha Lloyd, Zahra Ahmadi as DS Esther Williams, Dylan Llewellyn as PC Kelby Hartford, Barbara Flynn as Anne Lloyd, and Felicity Montagu as Margo Martins.
Around five million tuned in regularly to watch the show, hosted by Kris Marshall.
The Sun exclusively announced earlier this year that Beyond Paradise was coming back.