PBS Favorite Waves Goodbye – Why Did They Quit After Four Years?


One of the main actors of a cult PBS television show is leaving the show. Ralf Little, who is 44 will be leaving The Death of Paradise after four years of the show. This show is aired through BBC One in the U.K. prior to the PBS airings across the U.S., wrote off his main character, detective inspector Neville Parker, in the season 13 finale “A Murder in the Skies.”


We won’t reveal the plot of the episode for you, The Mirror the first show that reported the news of Little’s departure and noted that he is on “his quest to find true love.” This is a happy ending for the revered DI who first was in The Death in Paradise during the 9th season.

“Ralf has been brilliant in the role and he’s given it a good long run,” the source for the outlet stated. “Fans are sure to be sad to see him go but they’ll also be happy for Neville.”

There’s not any ill-will about Little’s departure also. Red Planet Pictures’ Tim Key who is an executive producer for the show, said to BBC: “Joining a show that is successful like Dead in Paradise in the role of main character is a risky and daunting possibility, but Ralf’s faith and ability was evident right from the beginning and the response of the public towards Neville and his story has been overwhelmingly positive. I cannot say thank you to Ralf enough for the great things that he’s brought into the production, both on and off screen. I we wish him all the best in the coming years.”


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