March 16, 2021 – 10:28 GMT Emmy Griffiths Line of Duty season six is right around the corner – but what can we expect from the new series? Line of Duty is one of the nation’s staple shows – and it’s easy to see why. Talking along with Ted Hastings’ one-liners, frantically Googling police acronyms and taking a shot every time Kate and Steve call one another ‘mate’ has become just a few of the many reasons that viewers adore the police procedural drama – but after two years of the show being missing from our screens, will season six measure up to our lofty expectations? Read our spoiler-free review here… MORE: Line of Duty: who are the new detectives in series six? In the opening episode, 18 months have passed since the events of season five, and AC-12 continues to plod along dishing out small fry yellow notices with DCI Ted Hastings at the helm… when suddenly a truly juicy case gives the gang something to get their teeth into. Loading the player… WATCH: Line of Duty’s season six trailer A clear cut perp is set up from the beginning, this time in the form of Kelly Macdonald as… Read full this story
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