Note: This article contains spoilers for the latest episode of Line of Duty
The BBC drama returned to screens for its fifth series last month, and since then, there have been plenty of twists, turns and shocking deaths – and there's even been some surprises behind-the-scenes as well.
As noticed by several Twitter users, the most recent episode which aired on Sunday (April 28) was directed by Sue Tully, who originally played Michelle Fowler in EastEnders.
Mind = blown.
Sue Tully director of tonight episode of Line of duty bbc1 # Michelle eastenders pic.twitter.com/Cc7VzGDFOn
- GARETH BOWEN (@GARETHWALES2016) April 28, 2019
Wait, what?? Directed by Michelle Fowler??? Wowzers! x #LineOfDuty
- Sally Ann Matthews (@SallyAnMatthews) April 28, 2019
Sue Tully is the director! As in Michelle Fowler?! #lineofduty
- Nikesh Shukla (@nikeshshukla) April 28, 2019
Another familiar face who cropped up in episode five was Bletchley Circle star Anna Maxwell Martin.
The actress joined Line of Duty for the series' penultimate episode this week and will return for the finale this weekend.
She's playing anti-corruption detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael, who joined up with AC-12 following the imprisonment of Ted Hastings.
Although, after that latest episode, viewers are convinced Ted is actually innocent and is being framed.
In happier Ted Hastings news, actor Adrian Dunbar recently ran into Derry Girls star Nicola Coughlan.
Which was both adorable AND "mortifying"...
Line of Duty continues at 9pm on Sunday (May 5) on BBC One.
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