New Seasons of 'Father Brown' and 'Death in Paradise' Coming to KCET | KCET
New Seasons of 'Father Brown' and 'Death in Paradise' Coming to KCET
Cozy up and entangle yourself in mystery every Monday night with new episodes of "Death in Paradise" and "Father Brown," beginning April 6 on KCET! Revisit the Caribbean island of St. Marie with its new Detective Inspector Neville Parker, whose peculiar habits make him a nightmare for his team to make sense of, and follow the kindly cleric Father Brown as he solves more crimes in his community.
See airing times for these programs below.
Death in Paradise – Season 9
Mondays, 8 p.m. and Thursdays, 9 p.m. on KCET, starting Monday, April 6
DI Jack Mooney has settled into life on the glorious Caribbean island of St. Marie, but the murders keep coming, and they’re more baffling than ever. When a romantic encounter prompts some soul-searching for Jack, the team are in need of a new DI. Enter Inspector Neville Parker, a brilliant puzzle-solving detective from the north of England. The only problem is that Neville’s allergic to everything, and refuses to leave his comfort zone, which makes the Caribbean a nightmare for him. Trying to make sense of Neville is a nightmare for his team.
Father Brown – Season 8
Mondays, 9 p.m. on KCET, starting Monday, April 6
In this new season, based on the character created by G.K. Chesterton, the charismatic priest Father Brown investigates the murder of an eccentric beekeeper, uncovers the hidden motivations behind a deadly art exhibition, and steps in when Mrs. McCarthy’s family reunion is threatened by a fortune-teller’s predictions. And when rebellious socialite Bunty is tried for the murder of a young aristocrat, it’s a race against time for Father Brown to prove her innocence and save her from the hangman’s noose.
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