Line of Duty will not start shooting again until coronavirus testing improves and cast and crew safety is ensured
The ITV soaps aim to include scenes highlighting the steps viewers can take to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The new series of the spy thriller received over 40 million requests on BBC iPlayer this year.
It was rich pickings when it came to television in 2019 as there was an abundance of superb quality programming available, particularly as streaming site rivalry grew even more tense over the past 12 months.But which TV shows really left their mark by making a splash on the small screen?Read more: The most notable celebrity deaths of 2019There were plenty of beginnings when it came to new shows like Netflix’s Russian Doll, but also many old favourites returning including the BBC’s Peaky Blinders back for its fifth series.However, it also saw some definite endings too, most notably in the conclusion of huge TV talking point Game of Thrones for better or for worse, depending on who you ask. It’s been a rollercoaster.
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'Line of Duty' actor Stephen Graham met Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of Martin Scorsese's 'Gangs of New York' in the early 2000s.
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Jed Mercurio is looking forward to the moment Line Of Duty fans find out who H really is.
It's the question on every TV viewer's lips, but we might be waiting until series six to find out.
Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has been planning the “H” conspiracy since day one. The identity of the mysterious character has not been revealed, with the ongoing secret continuing to grip that nation and propelling the series to become the most-watched show of 2019 so far. Speaking at the BFI television festival, Mercurio – who created the show – said that, although there was a plan, he was always open to changing who “H” could eventually be.
With Episode 3’s ending even more shocking than Episode 1’s and both in contention to upstage “Urgent Exit Required” – currently in the running for a BAFTA (go vote) – who could say what Jed Mercurio’s scheming brain has in store for us? A tense episode sees the investigation closing in on Huntley – both of them, since hubby Nick (Lee Ingleby) is now up to his eyes in it too. Because since when has Lee Ingleby ever been just a bit player?
In no order at all, because these were all fabulous in their own right: the shocking, romantic, electrifying, joyous, hilarious or downright soppy favourite moments as seen on TV in 2016. Pull up a chair, there were a lot …
They’re the fingernails dragging down our heroes’ blackboard, the unexpected hot clove in their creamy masala and the bum note in their otherwise perfect pitch. We want them to get their comeuppance, but when it happens, we’re sorry to see them go.
In a world dominated by media created for short attention spans, Jed Mercurio is a wordsmith of such awesomeness that we all remained absolutely gripped watching people talk in a glass box for the best part of 90 minutes. Firsty, Steve Arnott was pinned to the wall by a slippery, oily and far too smug Cottan - but with Kate Fleming frowning occasionally and making copious notes, we hoped she was following along the path that would bring her to the conclusion we all knew to be true: Dot is The Caddy.
Line Of Duty’s Martin Compston has hit back after BBC bosses were slammed for exploiting real police investigations into child abuse by featuring them in the drama. The third series, which reaches a climax this Thursday, has featured politician Dale Roach, whose case bears a striking resemblance to shamed MP Smith. Compston said in an interview with The Sun: “Yes, that is deliberate.