A POPULAR BBC drama has been taken off air in a huge schedule shake up – leaving fans furious.
BBC One's usual list of programmes for a Friday will be disrupted tonight because of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day.
It means Beyond Paradise – the Death in Paradise spin-off – will not air this week.
The show – which sees Kris Marshall reprise his role as DI Humphrey Goodman – usually airs at 8pm.
It isn't the only programme to make way for the bi-annual fundraiser tonight, as The One Show has also been replaced.
The news had first been announced on Beyond Paradise's official Twitter account.
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The post read: "We won't be here next week – it's @comicrelief!
"But don't worry, #BeyondParadise will be back on BBC One on Friday 24th."
One fan replied: "Another great episode tonight. It will be a relief when it's back in two weeks and, hopefully, the BBC will commission more series."
Another added: "Sad not to see next offering. But will watch when available. Keep up the good work!"
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A third asked: "Boo couldn't it go on the other side?!"
A fellow fan fumed: "Why does everything have to be moved not the whole of uk watch cr, put it on another channel."
This year's Red Nose Day includes a spoof of hit BBC show, The Traitors,while Kylie Minogue joins forces with the cast of Ghosts.
Blackadder character Baldrick returns for a one-man special and there will also be live music from Tom Grennan and Zara Larsson.
Comic Relief starts tonight at 7pm on BBC One.
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