The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) announced the launch date of the sixth season of “Line of Duty”. Meanwhile, Adrian Dunbar revealed that we can expect horrific events in the first episode. When will we see him in Poland?
The good news: On Sunday, March 21st, “Line of Duty” returns with Season 6. The bad news: It’s just a British release date for the BBC, and it hasn’t been released in Poland yet.
Line of Duty Season 6 – Adrian Dunbar at Premiere
While the BBC gave the history everyone had been waiting for, Adrian Dunbar, the Ted Hastings TV series, revealed on “The Graham Norton Show” (via Digital Spy) Some of the highlights of the premiere: “Scene has changed completely,” “People and things have been rearranged” and the first episode of the new series “will start in a place that might be a bit shocking to the audience at first.”
what is going on? Well, our AC-12 heroes – Ted Hastings, Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) – will search for the mysterious “H” and it turns out there is more than one corrupt cop hiding under this my principle. Fan theories say one of the people they pursued was Hastings himself.
However, these are just theories. Officially, in Season 6 of Line of Duty, the heroes will face the “most mysterious opponent AC-12 has ever faced”: Detective Joan Davidson (Kelly MacDonald, “Forbidden Empire”). She is the lead investigator of an unresolved murder case whose behavior raises suspicions about AC-12. Also joining the cast is Shalom Bron-Franklin (“Our Girl”), Andy Osho (“Keri”) and Prasana Poinarajah (“Dr. Foster”).
Line of Duty Season 6 – When is Netflix Premiere?
Season 6 of “Line of Duty” will begin in the UK on March 21 and will consist of seven episodes. When will we see him on Netflix Polska? At the moment, there is no official information on this topic, but unofficially we can say: Not before the end of the broadcast on BBC in the UK, which will continue until 2 May.
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