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Entertainment Murders in paradise: the series was inspired by a sordid crime

00:06  07 april  2020
00:06  07 april  2020 Source:   non-stop-people.com

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This Monday, April 6, Murders in paradise is back on France 2 for a new series of investigations. But behind the fiction, there is actually a terrible news story.

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For several years now, Murder in paradise has been broadcast on France 2. And the least we can say is that this n 'is not the success that is missing like Meurtre à Tahiti, broadcast on France 3. And for good reason, the Franco-British series is currently in its ninth season, the tenth is being filmed in Guadeloupe.

The success is undoubtedly due to the investigations which must be resolved by Inspector Jack Mooney and Sergeant Madeleine Dumas. Director Robert Thorogood drew inspiration from a very real news story to create the series, which undoubtedly makes the series successful today.

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a sordid crime at the origin

Indeed, during the Cricket World Cup in 2007 which then took place in the Caribbean, the coach of the Pakistan team was found dead. The circumstances of his death are then more than suspect. In view of the victim's English nationality, British police were dispatched to the scene to investigate.

The series has been broadcast since 2013 on France 2, , which recently changed its program in tribute to caregivers , but the audiences were not immediately there. It will be necessary to wait for season 3 so that the latter begin to take off and reach records like today, gathering an average of 3.5 million viewers. Despite the very honorable success, in England the series is much more successful. In October 2011 when it was launched on the BBC One "death in Paradise" gathered 8.5 million viewers!

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