Frank and Lu delve into the ultra-competitive world of private tutoring, while a reunion with an old RADA mate presents Sebastian with a choice about his future which could change everything for the ...
A UK police DI is transferred to St-Marie's police dept. He hates the sun, sea and sand. Series follows his murder investigations on the island. Later series see another UK DI head the team, followed by an Irish DI and then another UK DI.
The first series of the show was the most successful drama launch for BBC Daytime since Father Brown (2013) launched in January 2013. Averaging 2.11m viewers and a 26.4% audience share and more than 2 million views on the BBC iPlayer VOD service. See more »
Great day time fluff
Yes I know the title is a cliche, but then it is brimming full of quotes from the Bard himself, and it is quite fun trying to spot them all, I am sure we missed a few. If you like a harmless sex and violence free drama, this is a perfect escape. The stories are a little cliche'd and quite a lot of poetic licence is taken, but if you just sit back and watch, you are in for a treat. Yes the police are awful, even by daytime TV standards, but overall the acting is fine and the writing is just what it needs to be. It is not a 9pm programme, doesn't pretend to be, but is equally as enjoyable as Death in Paradise, Father Brown or Midsummer. More please.
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