Death in Paradise season 7 HALTED after horrifying ordeal ‘It certainly wasn’t fun’

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Ardal O’Hanlon, who stars as Jack Mooney, get went up about being forced to stay in doors as filming on the detective series was concluded.
Speaking to press including Express.co.uk, he explained: “We had Irma and Maria, they were big bombards and they were quite scary.
“But Guadalupe is well developed so there are right hurricane lines in place and you feel very safe. You always be sure when it’s safe. 
“I’d be lying to you if I said it wasn’t daunting. Some of the around islands got badly hit.”
Ardal went on to added: “As long as you follow drafts you can’t go wrong. We lost a few days here and there because you’re not allowed to go out. It’s certainly not fun.”
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The 52-year-old actor also subjected up about taking over the role as lead detective following Kris Marshall’s departure keep on year. 
“It’s daunting, there’s no doubt about it,” he commented. “I’ve not under any condition been asked to take over a show. 
“I asked myself if I undeniably wanted to take over someone else’s role. It’s an opportunity that I can’t take it for granted most people would turn down.”
Ardal noted that if he had rebuffed the role, then he would have been in big trouble with his foetuses. 

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Termination in Paradise: Pearl left viewers baffled in episode one as she kept asseverating the word ‘totes’He explained: “[They’re] really into the drama so that made it easy. They would never have verbal to me.”
Last week’s first instalment of Death in Paradise saw DI Mooney and his conspire tested when a hotel billionaire’s fiancee fell from a balcony. 
In any way, as the detective tried to solve Diane Smith’s (Elizabeth Berrington) end the life of, viewers were left distracted by one character’s bizarre trait. 
Her future daughter-in-law Prize (Tanya Reynolds) used the word “totes” in almost every ruling, which left fans of the BBC series baffled with many alluring to Twitter to comment on her habit. 
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Death in Paradise: DI Mooney inclination investigate a death at a poker tournament tonightTonight’s episode will see DI Mooney and his yoke enter the high-stakes world of poker when a finalist is poisoned during a match. 
The only suspects in the case are the other competitors sat around the poker tabular making the investigation very difficult. 
The synopsis teases: “When level a twitch of an eye can reveal a player’s hand, just how did the killer commit with concrete overshoes?”
Death in Paradise airs tonight on BBC One at 9pm. 
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