Martin Compston has annoyed that some Line of Duty fan theories are correct – and expressed some dismay at other people’s private messages to him!
Line of Duty Series 6 is coming to an end and everyone wants to know who H is.
There have been so many wild fan theories, some more ridiculous than others.
However, it turns out that at least some of them were spot on.
That is, according to show star Martin.
Martin Compston spills the beans on Line of Duty theories
During an appearance on Jonathan Ross, which airs on ITV on Saturday, BBC actor Martin says, “All of these wild theories … some are pretty close!
He continues, “Every year when you worry, are we still relevant? Are people still investing? Now we’re bigger than ever and we’re getting new fans. It’s an intense time that’s going on.
“Yes man, the reactions were just great. ”
Vicky McClure further admitted that the show enjoys leading fans the wrong way.
“We wrap people up a bit, we know what’s coming,” she says.
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“It’s more your family and close friends who say, “So are you going to tell me?”
“Even my mom – I was in her garden, dad went in – my mom said, ‘Come on. ‘I said, “No, no!” I don’t want to spoil it for them. I would tell her, she wouldn’t tell anyone, but it’ll ruin it for her. “
Martin then adds: “[During one episode] My father played who it was [the relative of Jo Davidson]While he was saying it, I said who it was on TV and he missed it. You have to take care. “
Then he teases, “There are some big answers.”
Over the course of the six series, a procession of bent coppers and lawyers were exposed as members of the organized crime group.
Then only one remains.
Fan theories include Marcus Thurwell, Philip Osborne and Patricia Carmichael, and even Ted Hastings.
Martin Compston on fans
Martin also talks about the fans being a little … excited, revealing, “The Instagram DMs are getting a little out of control … a lot of things that I wish I hadn’t seen … I have to stop looking at them.
“Lots of marriage proposals and lots of suggestions for other things from both sexes, I have to say.”
The Line of Duty series finale will take place on Sunday May 2nd at 9 p.m. on BBC One. The Jonathan Ross Show will air on Saturday May 1st at 9:35 p.m. on ITV1.
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