I’ve adored Kris Marshall ever since I saw him on My Family in 2000 to 2005. It was a show that kept me in stitches, as well as his character Nick Harper. I might as well throw this thought out, but why doesn’t Britbox, Acorn TV, or Netflix pick up this series. Okay, enough pondering…
I just saw the last episode of Death in Paradise on the newly released sixth season on Netflix. Naturally, I moaned when I discovered Kris Marshall’s character, DI Humphrey Goodman, would be finding his paradise elsewhere. Here is why the wonderful and talent Kris decided to leave. Frankly, I cannot blame him, because family does come first. His replacement so far appears to be a good choice.
Hopefully, Kris will pick up another great show. I don’t see anything worth mentioning on IMDb but his talent should not be put on a shelf.
The winds of change are blowing through Saint Marie. Here, Kris Marshall talks through his journey with the show
Source: Kris Marshall says goodbye to Death in Paradise – and explains why he had to leave
The winds of change are blowing through Saint Marie. Here, Kris Marshall talks through his journey with the show.
Source: Death in Paradise star Kris Marshall is leaving – but why? | Star reveals reasons for leaving the BBC1 series
It appears Series 6 in 2017 has six episodes. Then, to top if off, Kris is leaving the series! I don’t blame him, though, because just like the first star of the show, he’s leaving for family reasons since it requires him to live six months a year in the Caribbean.
Wishing him the best for new and great roles in the future!
Kris Marshall will be back alongside the Honoré Police Team
Source: Death In Paradise series 6 CONFIRMED for 2017 with Kris Marshall returning as dopey DI Humphrey Goodman – Mirror Online
Just finished the new episodes on Netflix through 2016. Glad to see Series 6 is coming in 2017! I enjoy Kris Marshall immensely. Ever since playing the airhead teenager on My Family as Nick Harper and Colin Frissel in Love Actually, he’s brought some great laughs my way. He may be dopey in Death in Paradise, but he always gets his killer.