Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston are swapping the anti-corruption squad for a bit of channel surfing.
The star of the BBC police drama admitted even he was left stunned by the 'massive bombshell' he had read in the scripts for the latest series.
New guidelines will allow cast and crew to form social bubbles to film in close contact when it is unavoidable – such as sex scenes and fight scenes.
Line of Duty star Rochenda Sandall has admitted fans might have a year-long wait for the much-anticipated sixth series
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.
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'Line of Duty' fans who are not up-to-date with recent episodes better avoid Stephen Graham's interview on 'The One Show'.
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?