Written by: Nick Houser
Date: October 3, 2016

Death in Paradise Season 3 brings DI Humphrey Goodman

Death in Paradise Season 3 brings DI Humphrey Goodman to the tiny paradise island of Saint-Marie.

A brilliant new detective, more mystifying murders

The new season heralds the arrival of new detective DI Humphrey Goodman, who is quite unlike his predecessor. Watch Death in Paradise on its new night Thursdays at 10pm on WOSU TV.

Disorganised and gawky, Humphrey’s rather bumbling and accident-prone ways means he doesn’t make the greatest first impression on Camille, Fidel and Dwayne, who are battling their grief for their friend as well trying to catch his killer. All dishevelled British charm, but with a razor-sharp insight into crime solving, can Humphrey win the team round and prove he’s the man for the job?

Death of a Detective | Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 10 pm
Tragedy hits the tiny paradise island of Saint-Marie at a university reunion party. Can DI Humphrey Goodman, earn the respect of his new colleagues by solving this particularly sensitive and challenging case? Watch Preview.

The Wrong Man | Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 10 pm
DI Humphrey Goodman and his team are perplexed by the seemingly random killing of a stand-in on a film set. With every reason to think the killer might strike again, the team have to work fast to solve the case before they wind up with another victim on their hands. Watch Preview.

An Artistic Murder | Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 10 pm
The murder of a local gigolo brings DI Goodman and his team into contact with the social elite of Saint-Marie. For Fidel this proves to be a particularly hard hitting case as the death of his old school friend forces him to face up to some past mistakes.

Ye of Little Faith | Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 10 pm
DI Goodman and his team are introduced to the jet-setting world of airline pilots and cabin crew when an air stewardess is discovered murdered. Will Humphrey and his team manage to unravel the mysteries at the heart of this seemingly impossible murder? Watch Preview.

Political Suicide | Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 10 pm
DI Goodman and his team are drawn into the world of politics when Saint-Marie’s scandalised Commerce Minister is discovered dead. Out of the blue, Camille’s father turns out to have a link to the victim and she is forced to confront the fact that her dad could be the murderer. Watch Preview.

The Early Bird | Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 10 pm
When a bird-watcher is discovered murdered in the Saint-Marie jungle, the team have a particularly puzzling conundrum to solve. Is the traditionally quiet and calm world of bird-watching more cut-throat than it appears? Watch Preview.

The Man With The Golden Gun | Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 10 pm
A murder on a privately owned island means DI Goodman and the team are cut off from the mainland when a storm comes in. As night descends, they find themselves locked in a house with a killer – can they solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again? Watch Preview.

Rue Morgue | Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 10 pm
When an elderly resident at a retirement home appears to have committed suicide, the team are on a mission to prove it was murder. Humphrey is surprised when his wife pays an unexpected visit to the island and he is left wondering why she’s come to see him.


  • Klaus VonNudelman

    At least you guys are treating him with respect. The rest of PBS is disgusting.

    • GGW1970

      You are obviously not watching the same PBS as I am. Every series is fantastic and most well done!

  • grandmasitter

    When does Season 4 start?

    • GGW1970

      June 18, 2017

  • Josephine White

    Miss Fisher’s mysteries are the most well written and beautifully costumed show on television any country, any genre. I am from New Mexico, (not New and Not Mexico,). I watch this show with my grand daughters and we all love Miss Fisher. To end it at season 3 is totally unreasonable. Let’s get the gang back together and protest, write, blog, twitter or what ever to make them do more. I am a month from being 70, so I will write real letters. Jo White, USA.