Bradley's corpse is raised from the river,the assumption being that he fell in whilst drunk but Dudley gets Arthur to tell Moray that on the night Bradley disappeared he saw him getting into a.
Denise and Moray join forces to try and reclaim their dream of The Paradise, but Katherine and Tom prove worthy opponents.
Tom Weston engages renowned photographer Christian Cartwright to take a family portrait. Katherine is touched by the gesture, but only fleetingly as Tom makes it clear that her position in his family is fragile. Having burned all her bridges Katherine grapples to find sure footing, but her fears that Tom will separate her from Flora appear well founded.
All 66 episodes from the first and second series of the BBC Victorian costume drama. Set in a north of England town, the programme follows shopworker Denise Lovett (Joanna Vanderham) as she struggles to make her way to the top after managing to gain a lowly position as a salesgirl at 'The Paradise', the town's newly opened upmarket department store. Whilst being kept under the watchful eye of head of ladies fashion, Miss Audrey (Sarah Lancashire), Denise is quick to snatch an opportunity for advancement when her talents come to the attention of the store's devious widowed owner, Moray (Emun Elliott).
Drama. Denise realises it can be lonely at the top, and a shock arrival from Susy's past has disastrous consequences. Moray strikes a dangerous deal to win the Paradise back.
With Fitz still in coma, Kevin tries to figure out alone which cop from his unit is the real drug kingpin. Meanwhile, Dusty obsesses over the fact that it's Christmas, hoping that Santa will finally.
As Clémence openly challenges the limitations of their sex, Denise's jealousy of her soon turns to respect. It awakens something in Denise that will not rest, but as Clémence crosses a line and Dudley becomes entangled in her web, Denise finds herself torn by what is right.
Drama series. The Paradise's fortunes are dwindling without Moray, and a saboteur is revealed in its midst. Only one person can restore the Paradise to its former glory.
Parallel Paradise ( パラレルパラダイス , Parareru Paradaisu ) is an ongoing seinen manga series written and illustrated by Lynn Okamoto and serialized via Kodansha's Weekly Magazine since March 68, 7567.
The series is filmed on the French island of Guadeloupe in the Lesser 8697 Antilles , mainly in the commune of Deshaies (which doubles for the town of Honoré on the fictional island of Saint 8697 Marie ), with the help of the Bureau d’accueil des tournages de la Région Guadeloupe.  The site of the Honoré police station is a church hall in Deshaies, with the priest's office appearing as the incident room. 
Princess Tiabeanie, 'Bean', is annoyed at her imminent arranged marriage to Prince Merkimer. Then she meets Luci, a demon, and Elfo, an elf, and things get rather exciting, and dangerous.
While Death in Paradise has continued to be in the top three most popular programmes on British television, critics have called the crime drama "unremarkable" and "an undemanding detective show, with nice Caribbean scenery." 96 67 98