Line Of Duty Season Six 2020 Release Date Plot And Cast Details
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Do you like to watch bent coppers? We know you do, and the BBC is well aware of it. That's why Line of Duty has been renewed for a sixth season, which might debut as soon as next year. That's correct, despite the fact that Season 5 ended in May, showrunner Jed Mercurio just told Radio Times that he plans to bring Line of Duty back to our screens in 2020.
When asked when production would start, he said:
“That’s something that we have at the planning stage, so we are working towards a date. We can’t confirm everything until things are in place.”
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The sixth season will feature Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), Detective Inspector Kate Flemings (Vicky McClure), and Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston). Apart from the 'Holy Trinity,' we have no idea who else will be returning.
We're still hoping for a comeback for DCI Roz Huntley (because no one is quite as enigmatic as Thandie Newton).
Line of Duty is usually broadcast on BBC One in the spring. With the announcement that a sixth season will be released just one year after the previous season, we anticipate that season six will be released in Q4 of 2020.
Kelly McDonald (Trainspotting, Nanny McPhee, Brave, and Boardwalk Empire actress) was announced as the guest lead for Line of Duty Series 6 on November 19th, 2019. Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, a senior investigative officer in an unresolved murder case, will be played by her.
“We’re honored that Kelly Macdonald will join Martin, Vicky, and Adrian in series six of Line Of Duty. DCI Joanne Davidson will prove the most enigmatic adversary AC-12 have ever faced.” – Jed Mercurio in conversation with The Sun
"Kelly Macdonald will star as a guest lead in the next series of #LineOfDuty. She's playing Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, the senior investigating officer of an unsolved murder, whose unconventional conduct raises suspicions at AC-12." pic.twitter.com/nG99KaCppl
— BBC One (@BBCOne) November 19, 2019
You can re-watch the first four seasons on Netflix if you're truly desperate for a fix of police corruption (or should we say, a line of duty). If you want to, you can do it right now.
Mercurio's season six script is, as usual, cloaked in mystery. However, we can expect the new episodes to focus on Kelly McDonald's Joanne Davidson's unusual behavior, which has sparked suspicions, as well as the unsolved mysteries from season five.
There's only one more to go. During the events of Season Five's six episodes, we learned that the criminal mastermind 'H'. This storyline thread, which has many of us searching the internet for hypotheses and explanations, is actually made up of four people.
Three of the four are known thus far: Dot Cottan (no, not the East-end smoker), Gill Biggeloe, and Chief Superintendent Derek Hilton, but the fourth 'H' is still unknown. Could it be you, Thandie?
The BBC's moreish cop drama Line of Duty, on the other hand, is a show that constantly ranks in the top ten. The first five seasons are available on Netflix, Stan, and Acorn TV, however, the most recent sixth season is absent from all three sites. The digital marketplaces aren't any better.
I guess we'll find out on BBC One. I hope this satisfies your 'Line Of Duty Season Six 2020 Release Date Plot And Cast Details' informational conscience.