Returning: Line Of Duty

Very pleased to advise that Line Of Duty season 4 begins on ABC next month.

This is a thrilling season (5 star review here).

This aired on Pay TV in June 2017. Don’t miss it.

Thandie Newton (Westworld, Crash) stars as DCI Roz Huntley, AC-12’s most devious opponent
yet, in the new season of Jed Mercurio’s critically-acclaimed police corruption drama.

In a career-defining case, Roz is under intense pressure from her superiors to apprehend a serial
murderer after months of fruitless investigation. When another young woman is abducted, Roz is
on the scene to track down and charge a 24-year-old man. But doubts around the young man’s
guilt lead the chief forensic investigator to AC-12.

Is Roz ignoring forensic evidence that might prove the young man’s innocence? AC-12’s Supt
Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) places DS Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) undercover inside Roz’s team
to dig deeper into the case. With DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) piling on pressure from the
outside, Roz is forced to act decisively. A mother of two and wife to Nick (Lee Ingleby), Roz will
do anything to stop her life from unravelling. As suspicions mount and the case becomes ever
more complex, AC-12 themselves come under threat.

9.15pm Friday 5 October on ABC.

3 Comments:

  1. Glass Portcullis

    Another scriptwriting masterclass from Jed Mercurio: it’s proper edge of your seat stuff. As they used to say in radio “This week’s number 1 with a bullet”.

    For those playing along at home – S5 is currently in production [I’ve lost track if it’s week 3 or 4 of principal photography] and is slated to air in the UK in mid-February [last I heard].

    In the meantime, for those not partaking in the revisit, stablemate “Bodyguard” is well-worth the look too.

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