When does the new Line Of Duty series start? We’ve waited months to tell you and now we finally have the answer!
On Saturday (February 27), the BBC confirmed that the sixth season of the hit cop drama will return to television in March.
When will the new Line Of Duty series be on TV?
On Twitter, the BBC One account announced the broadcast date and revealed that Line Of Duty would be back on TV on March 21st.
The tweet contained the date in colorful digits and a short teaser.
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The trailer showed Adrian Dunbar’s character Ted Hastings saying over a megaphone, “This is Superintendent Hastings, you will be treated fairly with the full protection of the law.”
– BBC One (@BBCOne) February 27, 2021
The clip also shows Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) looking serious.
Vicky McClure’s alter ego, Kate Fleming, stands with her hand over her pistol in the flashing blue light of police cars.
It’s not clear what’s going on, but fans think Kate looks guilty.
One said, “Kate Fleming, H?”
Another agreed, “I think so. Undercover all the time. “
A third tweeted, “Kate looks very guilty in this preview clip.”
I think that. Undercover all the time
– Stephen O’Neill (@ boldyno1) February 27, 2021
Kate looks very guilty in this preview clip. pic.twitter.com/UVQ0zXA4jO
– Susan Seddon @ (@SuzeTwelve) February 27, 2021
One of my favorite shows ever!
– Joanna @ (@ googoogajoob78) February 27, 2021
I have the piece that leads to the end as
the ringtone on my cell phone. Love it.
– By (@BabsRambow) February 27, 2021
Will the new Line Of Duty series include the pandemic?
The series, in which filming was suspended for several months due to COVID-19, will reflect the pandemic to a small extent.
There will be no coronavirus storylines and the characters will not be socially distant.
We have crept in some allegorical points regarding the current situation.
But creator Jed Mercurio said there are “allegorical dots” for eagle-eyed fans.
Speaking to Inside Culture with Mary Beard, he said, “It is filmed in such a way that the pandemic is invisible. We have chosen to consider some allegorical points regarding the current situation, so keen-eyed viewers should be careful for those. “
What will happen in season 6?
Anti-Corruption Unit AC-12 will take on the “most enigmatic adversary” it has ever faced when its members question Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson.
Scottish actress Kelly Macdonald will play Joanne. AC-12 is investigating her for behavior in an unsolved murder case.
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Jed spoke to TV presenter Lorraine Kelly about the character during the day and explained, “[Joanne] is the lead investigative officer for a high profile murder that remains unsolved over a year after the murder.
“And AC-12 interferes because their investigation is questioned.”
Kelly will follow in the footsteps of the show’s previous guest stars including Lennie James, Keeley Hawes, Thandie Newton and, on the previous series, Stephen Graham.
Kelly will be joined by Shalom Brune-Franklin from Our Girl, who will play DC Chloe Bishop.
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