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Shalom Brune-Franklin – DC Chloe Bishop

Shalom Brune-Franklin

Since the shock loss of PC Maneet Bindra in series five, there’s been a hole to fill in AC-12, and it looks as though young up-and-comer Detective Constable Chloe Bishop is the one to fill it. Bishop, played by Roadkilland Cursed’s British-Australian actor Shalom Brune-Franklin, is a new recruit to Hastings’ anti-corruption unit who’s “joined AC-12 to help with a tricky upcoming case” between the events of series five and six. She’s also billed as appearing in all seven episodes.

Andi Osho – Gail Vella

Andi Osho in I May Destroy You

Also credited in all seven episodes of series six is actor and stand-up comedian Andi Osho, who’ll be in an as-yet-undisclosed role. A quick rummage through Osho’s online Spotlight CV though, and it seems she’s playing a character called Gail Vella, a name that should ring a bell among the Line of Duty faithful.

In this series six teaser announcing this year’s additional episode, Arnott tells Hastings: “Regardless of the personnel involved, Vella’s still the highest-profile inquiry engaging this force.” So we can expect the I May Destroy You (pictured above) and Curfew actor to have a key role in series six’ main investigation. Vella, fella!

Perry FitzpatrickTBC

Perry Fitzgerald portrait

Recently seen alongside Vicky McClure in Channel 4’s semi-improvised I Am anthology drama series, Perry Fitzpatrick is perhaps best recognised for playing Flip in This Is England, police officer Harper in BBC Three comedy Man Like Mobeen and Roscoe in Channel 5’s Suspects. He and McClure have known each other since they were children and both trained at the Nottingham based Television Workshop drama group. His character, who’s credited for all seven episodes of series six, is yet to be announced.

Prasanna Puwanarajah – TBC

Prasanna Puwanarajah

The name of Prasanna’s Puwanarajah’s Line of Duty character hasn’t yet been released, but the of actor-writer-director has a history of collaboration with Jed Mercurio. Puwanarajah appeared in Critical, Mercurio’s 2015 medical drama for Sky, and currently has a project – Sleeper – in development with Mercurio’s production company. Like Mercurio, Puwanarajah also qualified as a doctor and worked in medicine before making the switch to the creative industries. He’s perhaps best known for his roles in Patrick Melrose, Doctor Fosterand Defending the Guilty.

Michael Yare – DCI John Rix

Michael Yare portrait and Game of Thrones

Irish actor Michael Yare’s highest profile screen role to date was opposite Peter Dinklage in a 2015 Game of Thrones episode, playing a slave trader (pictured above, right). Despite him only being credited as appearing in one episode, Yare’s agent’s website describes his Line of Duty part as “a key role”.

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Line Of Duty cast: Who stars in season six?

BOMBSHELLS and plot twists are set to continue in the latest showing of hit police drama Line Of Duty.

The sixth series of the detective TV series continues tonight (Sunday, April 25, 2021) with a host of fan favourites on screen...

Line Of Duty will return this month with many familiar faces

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Who is in the cast of Line of Duty season 6?

AC-12 - the police anti-corruption unit - is back investigating bent coppers.

Series creator and sole writer Jed Mercurio says he finds it "incredibly rewarding" to know that fans have been dying to know what happens next in the cult BBC show.

Here's who stars in Line of Duty season six:

Kelly Macdonald as DCI Joanne Davidson

Kelly Macdonald is returning for season six of Line Of Duty

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Kelly McDonald is a new face on Line Of Duty.

She is joining series six as DCI Joanne Davidson, the senior investigating officer of an unsolved murder, who is being looked at by AC-12.

Kelly shot to fame when she starred in Trainspotting in 1996, when she was 20, playing Diane.

In 2019 Kelly starred in the BBC series The Victim alongside John Hannah. as well as Giri/Haji in which she played Sarah.

Martin Compston as DS Steve Arnott

Martin has had parts in The Royal and Casualty as well as Line Of Duty

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Martin had parts in The Royal and Casualty before landing his role in Line Of Duty.

He also starred as Dr Robert Traill in series two of Victoria.

And in 2018 he played Earl of Bothwell in the Oscar-nominated Mary Queen Of Scots alongside Margot Robbie.

Martin was also cast as Burnham in The Aftermath starring Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgard.

The Scotsman has been busy while waiting for series six of Line Of Duty, starring in The Nest and Traces.

Martin told The Times that "it can be tough but it's also a blessing" playing the cop.

Vicky McClure as DI Kate Fleming

Vicky appeared as the co-lead of the BBC One psychological thriller The Replacement

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Vicky appeared as the co-lead of the BBC One psychological thriller The Replacement where she played mysterious and cunning maternity leave cover worker Paula.

She also featured in the 2013 Jason Statham action film Hummingbird.

In 2008 Vicky featured in the critically panned comedy-drama Filth And Wisdom – directed by music legend Madonna.

In 2020 she appeared as Mrs Jones in the spy thriller Alex Rider based on the books by Anthony Horowitz.

New Line Of Duty hunk Perry Fitzpatrick has recently hinted at on-screen fling with Vicky McClure in season six.

Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings

Adrian has had roles in TV shows such as Inspector Morse, Cracker and Murphy's Law

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Adrian Dunbar has had roles in TV shows such as Inspector Morse, Cracker and Murphy's Law.

He starred as Martin Summers, the main antagonist in the BBC One drama Ashes To Ashes.

He also appeared in the last ever episode of A Touch Of Frost as well as popping up in Death In Paradise.

Adrian has also been busy during breaks from filming Line Of Duty, appearing in season two of Blood in 2020.

The Irish actor is keen for Gary Oldman and Dame Judi Dench to feature in the hit BBC series.

Shalom Brune-Franklin as DC Chloe Bishop

Brune-Franklin is new to the Line Of Duty cast

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Shalom Brune-Franklin is new to the Line Of Duty cast.

The young actress starred in BBC political drama Roadkill alongside Hugh Laurie.

Shalom is known for playing Private Maisie Richards in the BBC series Our Girl.

She also plays Morgan le Fay in Netflix's series Cursed alongside Katherine Langford.

Anneika Rose as PC Farida Jatri

Anneika Rose, right, is also new to the cast

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Anneika Rose is also new to the cast.

She starred in Channel 4's comedy-drama series Ackley Bridge.

Rose also had a role Deadwater Fell, in which David Tennant starred.

Before that, she appeared in TV series The Feed.

Nigel Boyle as Superintendent Ian Buckells

Nigel Boyle is reprising his role as Ian Buckells for season six

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Nigel Boyle is reprising his role as Ian Buckells for season six.

He is well known for his role in BBC's medical drama Doctors.

In 2020, the actor played Clive Miller in Silent Witness and was Mr Hamley in Small Axe.

Perry Fitzpatrick as Lomax

Fitzpatrick appeared in Channel 4's  'I Am' short series

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Perry Fitzpatrick has previously played TDC Gary Roscoe in Channel 5's police series Suspects.

He appeared in Channel 4's  I Am short series.

You may also recognise him from Channel 4 sitcom Drifters and he played Chris Webster in the Downton Abbey film.

Perry had a busy 2020, appearing in Cursed, Man Like Mobeen and We Hunt Together.

Prasanna Puwanarajah as Nadaraja

Prasanna Puwanarajah is known for his role in Doctor Foster: A Woman Scorned

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Prasanna Puwanarajah is an actor known primarily for his role in Doctor Foster: A Woman Scorned.

Before that, he appeared in legal drama Silk as Dr Malik.

He also had a recurring role in British medical drama Critical and was on our screens in 2019 as Ashley in Defending The Guilty and Major Taylor in World On Fire.

Andi Osho as Gail Vella

Andi Osho is known for her role in I May Destroy You

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Andi Osho is a comedian who has moved into acting after appearing in comedy shows including Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo and John Bishop's Only Joking.

She is best known for her role as Arabella's therapist, Carrie, inI May Destroy You. 

She has played a nurse and midwife in EastEnders as well as a trainee in Holby City.

Osho is also a novelist, and has penned a book named Asking For a Friend.

When is Line Of Duty season six on TV?

Series six of Line Of Duty continues tonight, Sunday, April 25, 2021, on BBC1.

It will also be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

The secret extra Line of Duty trailer fans can watch teasing DS Steve Arnott’s exit from AC-12 - if they can crack a cryptic treasure hunt

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Line of Duty: Who's in the cast of series six?

Line of Duty starts back on Sunday, March 21 and it's been two years since we last saw the AC-12 gang on the BBC (not counting the repeats).

The cast is always great, with stalwarts Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar making up the main trio. Past series has seen the likes of Keeley Hawes, Daniel Mays, Lennie James and Stephen Graham guest star and raise suspicions and ramp up tension in the drama which sees the anti-corruption team try and uncover the bent coppers.

The team was filming the latest series during the pandemic and had to have constant testing on set.

The new storyline introduces Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson as the senior investigating officer on an unsolved murder case whose suspicious conduct attracts the attention of AC-12.

You can find out more about this series of Line of Duty, here, and watch the trailer here.

Here's more on the cast, old and new...


Martin Compston - DS Steve Arnott

Scottish actor Martin has fast became a TV detective favorite after almost a decade playing Steve Arnott, who's had some scrapes in his time at AC-12.

Recently, Martin talked about where his character is at the start of series six.

"Steve is still a DS," said Martin. "So, still no promotion but he is chasing! He has got bored as AC-12 is now tainted and the investigations have been severely curtailed. At the start, he is chasing up mundane cases; similar to chasing Lennie James over the expense of a bacon roll in the first series! Steve thrives on the thrill of the chase and the adventure of it so he’s a bit lost and having issues both physically and mentally.

"He definitely sees himself as a bit of a Sherlock Holmes with a waistcoat."

Since series five you'll have seen Martin in Scottish drama Traces as well as The Nest and he's in upcoming drama, Vigil.

Vicky McClure - DI Kate Fleming

Honorary Welshie Vicky returns as Kate Fleming, who, from the trailer looks really angry. We don't know if she's undercover, or whether the stand-off has interrupted her and guest star, Kelly MacDonald doing a puzzle on set.

Vicky has said of her co-star: "We were really grateful to have a new guest lead that fits straight into the Line of Duty family. We had some brilliant scenes to do together and enjoyed many jigsaws together! I think everyone will be blown away with Jo’s storyline."

In between Line of Duty five and six, Vicky's been seen in Amazon Prime series, Alex Rider and, with Welsh fiancee Jonny Owen, been sending lots of well-wishes to NHS staff, including to Merthyr's Prince Charles Hospital.

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Adrian Dunbar - Superintendent Ted Hastings

Ted Hastings is 'put through the ringer' during this series according to actor Adrian who has also revealed that this series is a 'head-wreck' for fans.

Adrian also said: "Let’s face it - time is running out a bit for Ted; the age he is, whether he can stay in the force, is he useful enough, is he a bit of a dinosaur? He’s up against quite a bit. His personal life is not in great shape."

Line of Duty wouldn't be the same without the Irish actor who in the gap between series five and six starred in the series Blood as Jim Hogan.


Kelly Macdonald - DCI Joanne Davidson

In an exciting revelation, LoD newcomer and Boardwalk Empire and Trainspotting actor Kelly said of the famous LoD interview scenes: "One of the interview scenes is bigger than anything I’ve ever done before - I think over half an hour. We filmed it over two days and on the first day, the cameras were only on my character."

She describes her character as a struggling, lonely figure who is doing well in her career.

You'll also know Kelly from Brave and Nanny McPhee, and other big-screen hits like No Country For Old Men, Anna Karenina and Holmes & Watson.


Shalom Brune-Franklin- DC Chloe Bishop

New to the AC-12 team is Chloe, who is eager to please and actor Shalom is a big fan of the show, too.

Recently Shalom's been in high profile BBC drama, Roadkill as well as Netflix's new take on the King Arthur legend, Cursed.

Our Girl fans will recognise her as Maisie Richards.

Andi Osho - Gail Vella

A stand-up comedian with appearances on Mock the Week and Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Andi is also an actor and author.

She is best known for her role as Arabella's therapist, Carrie, inI May Destroy You.

She has played a nurse and midwife in EastEnders as well as a trainee in Holby City.

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Anneika Rose - PC Farida Jatri

A PC AC-12 have already come across (in series four) PC Jatri is the one who piques the team's interest in Davidson's practices.

Actor Anneika has also been Deadwater Fell, opposite David Tennant, Ackley Bridge and The Feed.

Perry Fitzpatrick - Lomax

Another former This is Englander, Perry's voice is instantly recognisable as Flip, the scrambler-riding bully boy/laughing stock who thinks he's cooler than Shane Meadows' gang in the '86 and '90 installments.

In LoD, he's Lomaz, Davidson's right-hand-man. Could he be dodgy? We'll find out.

Nigel Boyle - Ian Buckells

Buckells is back! You remember him, the sarky, seemingly hopeless replacement for Gates in series one and he also popped up again in series four.

Actor Nigel has also been in Small Axe, Peaky Blinders, Doctors, Silent Witness and Humans.

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Line of Duty season 6 cast: Who is in the BBC drama and where have you seen them before?

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Who is in the cast of Line of Duty season 6 with Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure?

Line of Duty is finally back on our screens for an explosive new series.

Of course, Superintendent Ted Hastings, Detective Inspector Kate Fleming and Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott will return as AC-12, investigating the OCG.

But who are the actors starring in the new series of Line of Duty and what else have they been in?

Full Line of Duty cast list:

Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings

Adrian Dunbar plays Superintendent Ted Hastings in Line of Duty

Hastings had a rough ride in season five after he was framed as mystery bent copper H, but he’s back played by Adrian Dunbar.

Viewers will recognise Adrian for playing Richard Plantagenet in The Hollow Crown, Dr Jim Hogan in Blood, Alan Cox in The Jump and Martin Summers in Ashes to Ashes.

Martin Compston as DS Steve Arnott

Martin Compston plays DS Steve Arnott in Line of Duty

Anti-corruption officer Steve will be played by Martin Compston again after a very successful few years for the actor.

He recently played the lead in BBC drama The Nest, as well as Mary Queen of Scots and Filth.

He also played Liam in Ken Loach's Sweet Sixteen and Paul Ferris in The Wee Man.

Vicky McClure as DI Kate Fleming

DI Kate Fleming is back as well, played by seasoned actress Vicky McClure.

She has starred in the This Is England series, as well as Broadchurch, Filth and Wisdom, Hummingbird, Svengali and The Replacement.

Kelly Macdonald as DCI Joanne Davidson

Kelly Macdonald plays DCI Joanne Davidson in Line of Duty

Kelly Macdonald is joining AC-12 as new officer DCI Joanne Davidson.

The star has previously had roles in Trainspotting , Gosford Park, Nanny McPhee, Boardwalk Empire, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 and the Black Mirror episode Hated in the Nation.

Shalom Brune-Franklin as DC Chloe Bishop

Young Detective Constable Chloe Bishop is played by Shalom Brune-Franklin.

She is best known for playing Private Maisie Richards in Our Girl, as well as having roles in The State, Netflix series Cursed and Channel Nine Australia's TV Series Bad Mothers.

Andi Osho as Gail Vella

Stand-up comedian Andi Osho is also starring in Line of Duty series six.

Her TV roles include Casualty, Doctors, Waking the Dead, EastEnders and Death in Paradise. She has also starred in recent BBC series I May Destroy You and Curfew.

Perry Fitzpatrick

Perry Fitzpatrick is starring in Line of Duty

Actor Perry Fitzpatrick is probably best known for playing Flip in This Is England, but he has also starred as police officer Harper in BBC Three comedy Man Like Mobeen.

He has been friends with Vicky McClure since he was a child and they both trained at the Nottingham based Television Workshop drama group.

Prasanna Puwanarajah

Prasanna Puwanarajah is starring in Line of Duty

Before starring in Line of Duty, Prasanna Puwanarajah has previously worked with writer Jed Mercurio and appeared in his medical drama Critical, which aired on Sky.

He has also had roles in Patrick Melrose, Doctor Foster and Defending the Guilty.

Prasanna is a qualified doctor and worked in medicine before switching to acting.

Rosa Escoda as Amanda Yao

Rosa Escoda plays Amanda Yao in Line of Duty

Viewers will remember specialist technician Amanda Yao for her work with Superintendent Hastings when he posed in an online chatroom as the leader of the OCG.

Actress Rosa has previously starred in Holby City, Boiling Point and Justice League.

Amy De Bhrún as Steph Corbett

Amy De Bhrún plays Steph Corbett in Line of Duty

While DS John Corbett might have been killed off by Ryan Pilkington, it turns out his widow Stephanie is back for season six.

She is played by Irish actor Amy De Bhrún after she previously starred in Vikings, Krypton and Coronation Street.

Nigel Boyle as DCI Ian Buckells

Nigel Boyle plays DCI Ian Buckells in Line of Duty

Ian Buckells first appeared in Line of Duty all the way back in series one, but now he’s back.

Nigel Boyle has previously had roles in Small Axe and Peaky Blinders.

Claire Louise-Cordwell as Leland

Claire Louise-Cordwell is playing one of the two HMP Brentiss private security company employees who poured boiling water over DI Lindsay Denton’s hands all the way back in series two.

Viewers will recognise her from TV shows such as Day of the Triffids and Bodyguard.

Elizabeth Rider as Deputy Chief Constable Andrea Wise

Elizabeth Rider plays Deputy Chief Constable Andrea Wise in Line of Duty

Elizabeth Rider is back as Deputy Chief Constable Andrea Wise on Line of Duty.

She is known for her portrayal of Lynette Driver in the BBC soap opera Doctors.

The actress has also appeared in Coronation Street, Heartbeat, Emmerdale, Holby City, Hollyoaks and Call the Midwife.

Michael Yare as DCI John Rix

Michael Yare is best known for playing a slave trader in Game of Thrones.

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Line of Duty

2012 British police procedural drama television series

This article is about the BBC television series. For the Hong Kong film series, see In the Line of Duty (film series). For the 2019 film, see Line of Duty (film).

Line of Duty is a British police procedural television series created by Jed Mercurio and produced by World Productions. On 26 June 2012, BBC Two began to broadcast the first series; it was its best-performing drama series in ten years with a consolidated audience of 4.1 million viewers. Broadcast of the second series began on 12 February 2014; its widespread public and critical acclaim led to the BBC commissioning a further two series.[2][3][4] The third series began on 24 March 2016 on BBC Two; the following three series were broadcast on BBC One.

In May 2017, the BBC commissioned a sixth series. Filming began in February 2020 but stopped the following month due to the COVID-19 pandemic; it resumed in September.[5] Filming continued until November 2020.[6] Broadcast of the sixth series began on BBC One on 21 March 2021.[7]

Before switching channels from series four onwards, Line of Duty was the most popular drama series broadcast on BBC Two[8] and is a winner of the Royal Television Society Award[9] and Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Drama Series.[10] It was included in a list of the Top 50 BBC Two shows of all time[11] and in a list of the 80 best BBC shows of all time.[12] In 2016, the series ranked eighth in The Independent's list of the twenty greatest police shows of all time[13] and third in a Radio Times 2018 poll of the best British crime dramas of all time.[14] In 2021 Line of Duty won the National Television Award for Special Recognition.[15]

Synopsis[edit]

Line of Duty follows DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), an authorised firearms officer who is transferred to Anti-Corruption Unit 12 (AC-12) after refusing to agree to cover up an unlawful shooting by his own team. At AC-12 Arnott is partnered with DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure), a highly commended undercover officer with a keen investigative instinct. They work under the supervision of Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), uncovering corruption within the fictional Central Police Force. Throughout the series, AC-12 investigate seemingly disparate cases involving seemingly corrupt police officers such as DCI Tony Gates (Lennie James), DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes), Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays), DCI Roseanne Huntley (Thandie Newton), undercover officer DS John Corbett (Stephen Graham) and DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald).

AC-12 realises the pervasive nature of corruption and the police's deep-rooted links to an organised crime group. A long-running story arc revolves around discovering the identity of "H", a corrupt person or persons of senior rank within the police force who are instrumental in running organised crime.

Main cast[edit]

CharacterPlayed bySeriesRankUnit
Steve Arnott Martin CompstonSeries 1–5 DS Counter Terrorism (S1 E1)

AC-12 (S1 E1 onwards)

Series 6 DI AC-12
Assigned to AC-12, the anti-corruption unit within the Central Constabulary. Previously, he served as a counter-terrorism officer. He transferred after he refused to collude with his colleagues following the fatal shooting of an innocent man. He was promoted to Detective Inspector from Detective Sergeant in the sixth series.
Kate Fleming Vicky McClureSeries 1 DC AC-12 (undercover with TO-20)
Series 2 AC-12 (undercover with Missing Persons Unit)
Series 3 AC-12 (undercover with Specialist Firearms Command)
Series 4 DS AC-12 (undercover as DS from East Midlands Constabulary, seconded to Operation Trapdoor)
Series 5 DI AC-12
Series 6 Operation Lighthouse, Murder Investigation Team
An undercover specialist and consummate professional, Fleming is willing to investigate officers inside and outside AC-12. Initially a detective constable, she is promoted to Detective Sergeant at the end of the third series and to Detective Inspector following the fourth. She is married, though separated, with a son.
Ted Hastings Adrian DunbarSeries 1–present Superintendent AC-12
The senior investigating officer of AC-12. He recruited Arnott, Fleming and Cottan. Once a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, he is a Roman Catholic.
Anthony "Tony" Gates Lennie JamesSeries 1 DCI TO-20
The head of the serious crime unit TO-20, Gates is renowned for returning the best crime figures of any unit in the Central Constabulary. It is this reputation, however, that leads AC-12 to his team. Suspected of corruption, Gates faces an internal affairs investigation that adds further complications to his troubled home life.
Lindsay Denton Keeley HawesSeries 2 DI CID, 4th Street Station (S2E1)

Missing Person Unit, 4th Street Station (S2E1 onwards)

Series 3 On parole N/A
Being the commander of an ambushed convoy transporting a protected witness, resulting in the deaths of the other police officers, Denton is charged with conspiracy to commit murder. She attempts to convince AC-12 of her innocence and regain her reputation, but eventually receives a life sentence. In series 3, Denton is granted an appeal and is acquitted because of an alleged sexual relationship with Arnott while she was being investigated. She discovers crucial evidence pertaining to the Danny Waldron murder investigation and historical child sex abuse. When she rejects Cottan's bribe for her to conceal the evidence, he kills her.
Matthew "Dot" Cottan Craig ParkinsonSeries 1 DS TO-20
Series 2–3 DI AC-9 (S2 E1)

AC-12 (S2 E1 onwards)

An AC-12 officer, was initially introduced as a DS on Tony Gates's TO-20 team. At the beginning of series two, he is promoted to DI and transferred to AC-9. Then he is seconded to AC-12 by Hastings. Cottan is "The Caddy", a fixer for an organised crime group. He is killed after escaping from AC-12 custody towards the end of the third series.
Danny Waldron Daniel MaysSeries 3 Sergeant Strategic Firearms Command
Danny Waldron is an Authorised Firearms Officer (AFO). His armed response unit is investigated by AC-12, as a matter of routine following the shooting of a suspect. A deeper investigation is initiated when Arnott and Fleming discover the shooting may have been unlawful. Waldron is shot and killed by a colleague; his death results in an investigation into historic child sex abuse.
Roseanne "Roz" Huntley Thandie NewtonSeries 4 Detective Chief Inspector Operation Trapdoor (S4E1)

Major Violent Crime Unit (S4E2 onwards)

The senior investigating officer of Operation Trapdoor, at the centre of an AC-12 investigation for mishandling evidence.
John Corbett Stephen GrahamSeries 5 Detective Sergeant Operation Pear Tree
Corbett is an undercover police officer using the name John Clayton, who has been uncontactable for several months. He then appears as the gang leader of an organised crime group that hijacked a police convoy transporting seized drugs.
Patricia Carmichael Anna Maxwell MartinSeries 5 Detective Chief Superintendent AC-3, East Midlands Constabulary
Series 6 Joint Professional Standards Unit, East Midlands Constabulary & Central Police
The senior investigating officer of AC-3, who is drafted in to review AC-12's handling of the Corbett investigation. In series 6, Carmichael assumes control of AC-12.
Joanne Davidson Kelly MacdonaldSeries 6 Detective Chief Inspector Operation Lighthouse, Murder Investigation Team
Acting Detective Superintendent
The SIO of "Operation Lighthouse"; the investigation into the murder of a journalist, Gail Vella. Her unconventional conduct raises suspicions at AC-12.[6][16][17]

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Brian McCardie as Tommy Hunter (series 1–2)
  • Neil Morrissey as DC Nigel Morton (series 1–3)
  • Nigel Boyle as DI/DCI/DSU Ian Buckells (series 1, 4, 6)
  • Paul Higgins as CS/ACC Derek Hilton (series 1, 4)
  • Elliot Rosen (series 1) and Tommy Jessop (series 5–6) as Terry Boyle
  • Tomi May as Miroslav Minkowicz (series 1, 5)
  • Gregory Piper as Ryan Pilkington (series 1), PC Ryan Pilkington (series 5–6)
  • Owen Teale as Chief Inspector/Chief Constable Phillip Osbourne (series 1, 6)
  • Tony Pitts as DCS Lester Hargreaves (series 2, 4, 5)
  • Christina Chong as DS/DI Nicola Rogerson (series 2, 3, 6)
  • Andrea Irvine as Roisin Hastings (series 2, 5)
  • Maria Connolly as Alison Merchant, corrupt prison officer (series 2, 5, 6)
  • Maya Sondhi as PC Maneet Bindra (series 3–5)
  • Aiysha Hart as DS Sam Railston (series 3–6)
  • Polly Walker as Gill Biggeloe, special counsel to the police and crime commissioner (series 3, 5)
  • George Costigan as former CS Patrick Fairbank (series 3, 6)
  • Patrick FitzSymons as DCI Mark Moffatt (series 4–5)
  • Patrick Baladi as Jimmy Lakewell (series 4, 6)
  • Anneika Rose as PC/PS Farida Jatri (series 4, 6)
  • Ace Bhatti as PCC Rohan Sindwhani (series 5–6)
  • Elizabeth Rider as DCC Andrea Wise (series 5–6)
  • Amy De Bhrún as Steph Corbett (series 5–6)
  • Rosa Escoda as Amanda Yao (series 5–6)
  • Alastair Natkiel as Lee Banks (series 5–6)

Series 1[edit]

Series 2[edit]

Series 3[edit]

Series 4[edit]

Series 5[edit]

  • Rochenda Sandall as Lisa McQueen
  • Taj Atwal as PC Tatleen Sohota
  • Susan Vidler as Det Supt Alison Powell
  • Sian Reese-Williams as Sergeant Jane Cafferty
  • Richard Pepple as Sergeant Kyle Ferringham
  • Maanuv Thiara as Vihaan Malhotra
  • Laura Elphinstone as DI Michelle Brandyce
  • Natalie Gavin as Sergeant Martina "Tina" Tranter

Series 6[edit]

The Invest NIheadquarters in Belfast depicts AC-12's headquarters

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Line of Duty episodes

  1. ^Series 1-2 based on 7 day data. Series 3-5 based on 28 day data.

Production[edit]

Line of Duty was created and written by Jed Mercurio drawing inspiration from the Metropolitan Policeanti-corruption unit A10, which was set up in 1971.[18] The first two series were produced by World Productions, on behalf of BBC Two. David Caffrey and Douglas Mackinnon directed series one. Mackinnon directed the first three episodes of series two and Daniel Nettheim directed the remaining three episodes. Mercurio produced series one and acted as executive producer for series two, with Peter Norris taking over as producer for the second series.

Although the police refused to co-operate with the programme's producers, the production team was advised anonymously by serving officers and retired police officers, and made use of anonymous police blogs.[19]

Locations[edit]

Series one was filmed in Birmingham, including pub interiors in the Queen's Arms.[20] The following five series were made in Northern Ireland. Although exact locations are never mentioned, maps of Birmingham appear on walls, and telephone numbers use an 0121 area code, again indicating Birmingham. The fictional 01632 phone code is also seen. Various postcodes seen on paper and screen have the Birmingham 'B' or Milton Keynes 'MK' prefix. The police forces referred to are the fictional Central Constabulary and the fictional East Midlands Constabulary. A photo gallery of exterior scenes from series two shows the 4th Street Station on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast.[21] Many locations in Belfast have been used as filming locations; the offices of Invest Northern Ireland on Bedford Street depict the exterior of AC-12's headquarters.[22]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Home media[edit]

Kew Media (previously known as Content Media) handled international distribution of the series[37] until its collapse in 2020.[1]

DVD[edit]

DVD releases for Line of Duty:

Name Release dates No. of episodes Additional Information Ref
Region 2
Line of Duty: Series 126 June 2012 5 Two-disc box set including all five episodes from series one. [38]
Line of Duty: Series 212 February 2014 6 Two-disc box set including all six episodes from series two [39]
Line of Duty: Series 1 & 211 Four-disc box set including all 11 episodes from series one and two [40]
Line of Duty: Series 324 March 2016 6 Two-disc box set including all six episodes from series three [41]
Line of Duty: Series 48 May 2017 Two-disc box set including all six episodes from series four [42]
Line of Duty: Series 1–423 Eight-disc box set including all 23 episodes from series one to four [43]
Line of Duty: Series 56 May 2019 6 Two-disc box set including all six episodes from series five [44]
Line of Duty: Series 1–529 Ten-disc box set including all 29 episodes from series one to five [45]
Line of Duty: Series 631 May 2021 7 Two-disc box set including all seven episodes from series six [46]
Line of Duty: Series 1–636 Twelve-disc box set including all 36 episodes from series one to six [47]

Blu-ray[edit]

Blu-ray releases for Line of Duty:

Name Release dates Ep # Additional Information
Region B
Line of Duty: Series 110 April 2015[48]5 The two-disc box set includes all five episodes from series one, with a classification age of 16.
Running time: 300 minutes.
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Line of Duty: Series 225 September 2015[49]6 The two-disc box set includes all six episodes from series two, with a classification age of 16.
Running time: 369 minutes.
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Line of Duty: Series 320 January 2017[50]The two-disc box set includes all six episodes from series three, with a classification age of 16.
Running time: 390 minutes.
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

Line of Duty got a series six Blu-ray release.[51]

Line of Duty series one to six will be released in a compilation Blu-ray box set.[51]

International broadcast[edit]

In Australia, as of 2021, the first five series are available across streaming services such as Britbox, Netflix, Acorn TV and Stan, but series six is exclusive to Britbox.[52]

In the United States, the first series was released on Hulu in August 2012, as an exclusive series, until Acorn TV picked up the streaming rights for its platform in 2018, which included the existing series and exclusive access to series five and later additions.[53][54] The first three series began airing on AMC on 4 April 2020.[55][56] However, licence changes in 2021 led to BritBox also obtaining the rights to the series in the United States, along with exclusive rights to series six and any future series.[57][58]

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Line of Duty - Series 1, Episode 1

Line of Duty (series 6)

BBC police procedural TV show, 2021 series

Season of television series

The sixth series of Line of Duty, consisting of seven episodes, began broadcasting on BBC One on 21 March 2021. The story follows the actions of AC-12, led by Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) and DI Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), as they investigate DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald) and her team, including former AC-12 officer DI Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure).[1]

Background, production and release[edit]

On 5 May 2017, Line of Duty was renewed by the BBC for a fifth and sixth series.[2] The fifth series began broadcasting on 31 March 2019, and finished on 5 May.[3] In November 2019, it was announced that Kelly Macdonald would join the cast of the sixth series.[4] Filming took place in Belfast,[5][6] beginning in February 2020,[7] but stopped the following month due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[8] before resuming in September[9] and finishing in November.[10] The sixth series is over seven episodes rather than the usual six.[11][12]

We have taken lots of precautions for cast and crew. We have filmed on studio sets which is a departure from previous series where we have shot in an actual working building. The reason why is because we can ventilate the set and social distance our cast and crew. We have had rigorous measures in place during the shoot.

— Creator Jed Mercurio on filming during the COVID-19 pandemic[13][14]

On 5 March 2021, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar appeared on The Graham Norton Show to promote the sixth series,[15] and the full-length trailer was released on 9 March.[16][17] The series's initial broadcast date was brought forward because of its popularity, with some episodes still being in post-production only days before the premiere of the first episode.[18]

The sixth series was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 31 May 2021.[19][20]

Distribution[edit]

Following Kew Media's collapse in early 2020,[21] it was announced that ITV Studios would be handling global sales and distribution for Line of Duty's sixth series.[22]BritBox exclusively premiered the sixth series in both the United States and Canada on 18 May 2021.[23][24]

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^9.6 million live TV viewers.[27] Across all devices: 13,355,298 (7-day consolidated); 15,201,746 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  2. ^8.9 million live TV viewers.[30] Across all devices: 12,321,231 (7-day consolidated); 14,534,711 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  3. ^8.6 million live TV viewers.[32] Across all devices: 12,471,920 (7-day consolidated); 14,820,764 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  4. ^8.6 million live TV viewers.[34] Across all devices: 12,321,231 (7-day consolidated); 15,332,640 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  5. ^9.9 million live TV viewers.[36] Across all devices: 13,537,587 (7-day consolidated); 15,101,600 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  6. ^10.9 million live TV viewers.[38] Across all devices: 14,827,584 (7-day consolidated); 16,284,785 (28-day consolidated)[28]
  7. ^12.8 million live TV viewers.[40] Across all devices: 15,713,204 (7-day consolidated); 16,439,589 (28-day consolidated)[28]

Reception[edit]

Audience[edit]

Episode 1

The BBC One premiere of the first episode of the sixth series was watched by 9.6 million viewers, a record audience for Line of Duty, surpassing its fifth series finale, which was watched by 9.1 million.[27] It so became the best-performing drama on television in the United Kingdom since Bodyguard in 2018, also created by Jed Mercurio.[41]

Including seven-day catch-up viewing, the series' first episode was viewed 13.4 million times.[28]

Episode 2

The second episode of the sixth series saw a drop in live BBC One viewers, falling 0.7 million to 8.9 million.[30]

Including seven-day catch-up viewing, the series's second episode was viewed 12.3 million times.[28]

Episode 3

Episode three of the sixth series saw a further drop in BBC One viewers, with 8.6 million watching live.[32] Including seven-day catch-up viewing, the series's second episode was viewed 12.5 million times, an increase on the second episode.[28]

Episode 4

The fourth episode of the sixth series was watched by 8.5 million live on BBC One.[34]

Episode 5

Episode five of series six drew in 9.9 million live viewers on BBC One, the most for any episode of the sixth series yet. It was also the second most-watched programme throughout the weekend of its broadcast, only behind the funeral of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.[36]

Episode 6

The sixth episode of the sixth series was the most-watched television drama episode since the Doctor WhoChristmas day special, The Next Doctor, in 2008,[38][42] pulling in 10.9 million live viewers on BBC One on the evening of 25 April 2021.[43] The episode topped figures posted by Bodyguard and series two of Downton Abbey, both of which secured 10.6 million viewers for their final episodes.[38]

Episode 7

The final episode of the sixth series was seen live on BBC One by 12.8 million viewers, making it the most watched episode of any drama, excluding soaps, since modern records began in 2002. The finale commanded 56.2% of the British television audience on the night of its broadcast, and reached a peak of 13.1 million viewers between 21:45 and 21:50 BST, near the end of the programme.[40]

Critical reception[edit]

Episode 1

The Guardian's Lucy Mangan gave the first episode a rating of four out of five, writing that the show "seems just as good, if not better, than ever",[44] while Anita Singh of The Daily Telegraph gave it the same rating, stating that the episode "played to all of Line of Duty's strengths – taut, edge-of-the-seat stuff."[45] Ed Cumming of The Independent gave it five out of five, noting that the "first episode of series six returns to what Line of Duty does best".[46] Carol Midgley of The Times, however, criticised the series debut, describing it as "wilfully turgid".[47]

Episode 2

The Daily Telegraph's Singh dropped her rating for the second episode to two out of five, describing it as "exhausting" and "frustrating",[48] while Midgley of The Times saw it as a "slight" improvement on the first episode, though still a "little dull".[49]

Episode 3

Both Singh of The Daily Telegraph and Midgley of The Times awarded the third episode three out of five, with the former stating that it saw the series "heating up nicely",[50] and the latter writing that "there was more intrigue in episode three than in the previous two combined".[51]

Episode 4

The fourth episode was well received. Singh of The Daily Telegraph gave a perfect rating and described it as an "absolute belter" delivered after "three lacklustre weeks".[52] Similarly, Louisa Mellor of Den of Geek praised the episode, and described the ambush scene as "tremendous television".[53] In the Radio Times, David Butcher stated that the episode is "Line of Duty at its best",[54] and Midgley of The Times awarded a rating of four out of five.[55]

Episode 7

The final episode received mixed reviews. Rachel Cooke with the New Statesman said that the series "ended with a whimper, not a bang".[56] Lucy Mangan of The Guardian gave episode seven a three out of five rating.[57] Harry Fletcher of Metro gave awarded the same rating.[58]The Times' Ben Dowell gave the episode a four out of five rating,[59] as did Singh of The Daily Telegraph, describing it as "genuine edge-of-the-seat stuff".[60]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_of_Duty_(series_6)

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We’re eagerly anticipating the finale of Line of Duty series six, where fans are hoping we might finally find out the identity of that elusive leader of a corrupt copper network known only as “H”.

There are certainly no shortage of suspects as Jed Mercurio’s epic drama has introduced a large ensemble of characters over the past decade or so – and his twisty narrative has allowed many surprise returns as of late.

Boardwalk Empire star Kelly Macdonald has wowed audiences as AC-12’s latest rival, DCI Joanne Davidson, joining the established and beloved trio of Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar.

New recruit Shalom Brune-Franklin (as DC Chloe Bishop) has done a great job filling the void left by DI Kate Bishop (McClure), who made the shock decision to leave AC-12 after the events of series five.

We’ve pulled together a guide to the cast and characters of Line of Duty – for season six, and for previous seasons of the drama. Take a look at the cast below.

Line of Duty cast

Martin Compston plays DI Steve Arnott

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Who is DI Steve Arnott? Formerly an anti-terrorism officer, Arnott transferred to anti-corruption at the start of season one after refusing to cover up a horrifically botched operation. He has become an invaluable asset to AC-12, despite having previously come under scrutiny in season three, and is now an instrumental part of Ted Hastings’ team. He’s been injured on the job, however, and in season six that injury is hurting him more than ever. For many years he was a Detective Sergeant, but he has recently been promoted to Detective Inspector – pending while all the paperwork goes through.

What else has Martin Compston been in? Compston has starred in a number of other BBC dramas including 2020’s The Nest, about a couple who attempt to have a baby by using a young woman as a surrogate and Traces, a crime drama that originally aired on Alibi. His recent film roles include Margot Robbie’s Mary Queen of Scots and James McAvoy’s black comedy Filth, while his original breakthrough came in the Ken Loach film Sweet Sixteen.

Vicky McClure plays DI Kate Fleming

Who is DI Kate Fleming? Since season one, Kate has been a member of the AC-12 team who specialises in undercover work – rising up through the ranks to Detective Sergeant and then to Detective Inspector. She is highly respected and very professional, with sharp investigative instincts. Kate is devoted to her job, but her home life has suffered; her marriage broke up and her ex has primary custody of their son.

What else has Vicky McClure been in? McClure has collaborated with Shane Meadows on the This Is England series, starring in the initial film and the subsequent Channel 4 television shows. She also played Karen White on ITV’s Broadchurch and, most recently, appeared in Amazon Prime’s Alex Rider. Other roles have included the BBC One dramas The Secret Agent and The Replacement, and films such as Svengali, Hummingbird, and Convenience.

Adrian Dunbar plays Superintendent Ted Hastings

Who is Superintendent Ted Hastings? Hastings is the senior investigating officer at AC-12. In season five, he came under suspicion himself; and while he was cleared of the most serious charges, he had to accept a final written warning for misconduct. At this point, his marriage had also come to an end and he was living in a run-down hotel. Season six picks the story back up 18 months later, but there is still a shadow hanging over Hastings.

What else has Adrian Dunbar been in? Dunbar played Richard Plantagenet in The Hollow Crown and Dr Jim Hogan in Channel 5 thriller Blood, while other appearances have included roles in Ashes to Ashes and The Jump. He also recently hosted the factual series Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland.

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Kelly Macdonald plays DCI Joanne Davidson

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Who is DCI Joanne Davidson? A new addition in series six, Jo Davidson is a senior investigating officer of an unsolved murder, whose unconventional conduct raises suspicions at AC-12.

What else has Kelly Macdonald been in? The Scottish star is an acclaimed actress of the big and small screen, with movie roles including Trainspotting, No Country for Old Men, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Macdonald’s TV roles have included HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, BBC’s The Victim and most recently, BBC Two’s Giri/Haji.

Shalom Brune-Franklin plays DC Chloe Bishop

Who is DC Chloe Bishop? The latest addition to series six, DC Bishop is a new member of the AC-12 anti-corruption unit, led by Superintendent Ted Hastings.

What else has Shalmon Brune-Franklin been in? The actress recently played Rose in BBC One’s political thriller Roadkill and Sister Igraine in Netflix’s fantasy series Cursed. Previous roles include Maisie Richards in the BBC’s military drama Our Girl, and Aoife in Doctor Who.

Elizabeth Rider plays DCC Andrea Wise

Who is DCC Wise? Deputy Chief Constable Wise was a newcomer in series five. She is no friend of Ted’s.

What else has Elizabeth Rider been in? The actress starred as DCI Lynette Driver in Doctors, and also recently played Lady Justice Spencer in Informer. She was Gladys Wilson in the TV drama Mrs Wilson, and further credits include Lewis, Doctor Who (as Linda in The Time of the Doctor), Waking the Dead, and Vera.

Andi Osho plays Gail Vella

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Who is Gail Vella? She is a high-profile journalist who was murdered. A year later, the police have yet to identify or catch her killer, but – at the start of season 6 – a potential suspect has been identified, and DCI Joanne Davidson appears determined to bring them to justice.

What else has Andi Osho been in? The actress most recently played Carrie in Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You on BBC One and appeared as Precious Abellard in BBC’s Death in Paradise last year. Previous roles include Rochelle Akindele in Channel 4’s Kiri, and Jenny in Sky’s dystopian drama Curfew.

Patrick Baladi plays Jimmy Lakewell

Who is Jimmy Lakewell? Jimmy Lakewell is a solicitor who, at the start of series four, worked for the criminal law firm Lakewell, Dean & Stevenson. He was a close friend of Nick Huntley, and represented Nick’s wife DCI Roz Huntley when she was questioned by AC-12. He reappears briefly (but significantly) in season six.

What else has Patrick Baladi been in? He’s been in Breeders (as Darren), Semi-Detached (as Ted), Stella (as Michael Jackson), Marcella (as Stephen Holmes), and Party Animals (as James Northcote). This isn’t the first time he’s worked with Jed Mercurio; he previously starred in the Line of Duty creator’s 2004-2006 medical drama, Bodies, playing Dr Roger Hurley.

George Costigan plays Patrick Fairbank

Who is Patrick Fairbank? Retired, elderly Chief Superintendent Patrick Fairbank was brought to justice at the end of season three for his role in the Sands View Boys’ Home scandal. In season six, Chloe and Steve visited him in prison to ask him some questions about the Lawrence Christopher case, and about Marcus Thurwell. However, he seems to be suffering from memory loss.

What else has George Costigan been in? George Costigan first found fame as adulterous businessman Bob in Rita, Sue and Bob Too. He’s since gone on to appear in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Kavanagh QC, Inspector Morse and New Tricks, plus a guest role in the 2007 Doctor Who Christmas special.

James Nesbitt plays Marcus Thurwell

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Who is is Marcus Thuwell? Former Detective Chief Inspector Marcus Thurwell retired from the police force in 2005 and was last spotted in Spain in 2015. He was SIO on the investigation into the death of Oliver Stephens-Lloyd in 1998, and then he was SIO on the Lawrence Christopher case in 2003. He was briefly pursued by AC-12 during the events of season three, when he was suspected of having covered up the child abuse at Sands View Boys’ Home – but as he was abroad, and Fairbank was convicted and imprisoned, things were taken no further at the time.

What else has James Nesbitt been in? Perhaps we should have expected James Nesbitt to make an appearance, seeing as he worked with Jed Mercurio on his other recent drama Bloodlands. His other shows have included Cold Feet (as Adam Williams), Lucky Man (as DI Harry Clayton), The Missing (as Tony Hughes), Monroe (as Gabriel Monroe), and Jekyll. On the big screen, he played Bofur in The Hobbit, and Ivan Cooper in Bloody Sunday.

Anneika Rose plays PS Farida Jatri 

Who is PS Farida Jatri? We last saw Farida in season four, when she was working out of Polk Avenue Station under the command of DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton). Since then, she has been promoted, and the start of season six finds her working on The Hill as part of the Gail Vella murder investigation team (MIT).

What else has Anneika Rose been in? Anneika Rose starred as Nicky in David Tennant drama Deadwater Fell, as Natalie in The Feed, as Jean-Louise Talbot in The Cry, and as Lila Shariff in Ackley Bridge.

Nigel Boyle plays Ian Buckells

Who is Detective Superintendent Ian Buckells? So far, we’ve met Buckells in seasons one, four, and now six. Back in the first season he was a DI who was involved in investigating the Jackie Laverty case. Later, as DCI, he took over Roz Huntley’s case and had to work with Kate (despite knowing she was an undercover officer). Now he has somehow worked his way up the chain, despite being fairly mediocre (or seemingly so).

What else has Nigel Boyle been in? In the last few years, you may have seen Nigel Boyle in such shows as Small Axe (as Mr Hamley), The End of the F***ing World (as Franklin), Doctors (as Russell Ade), and Silent Witness (as Clive Miller). Other credits include Peaky Blinders, Home Fires, Humans, and Coronation Street.

Ace Bhatti plays PCC Rohan Sindwhani

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Who is Rohan Sindwhani? In season five, he was Central Police’s new Police and Crime Commissioner. In season six, he’s still occupying that office – and his main aim seems to be to frustrate any attempts to uncover corruption in the police force, thereby avoiding unpleasant headlines.

What else has Ace Bhatti been in? The actor played the villainous Yusef Khan in EastEnders until 2011. He is also known for playing Calvin Sarwar in Shetland, DCI Jahan Kapoor in Black Work, Nazir Afzal in the award-winning mini-series Three Girls, and Mayor Hassan in comedy drama No Offence.

Perry Fitzpatrick plays DS Chris Lomax

Who is DS Chris Lomax? DCI Joanne Davidson’s junior on the Murder Investigation Team at Hillside Lane (“the Hill”). He is working on the Gail Vella case.

What else has Perry Fitzpatrick been in? He’s actually been in quite a lot of TV shows with fellow Line of Duty star Vicky McClure, including This is England (in which he played Flip) and I Am (starring opposite her as Adam). Perry Fitzpatrick’s other TV shows include We Hut Together, Man Like Mobeen, Suspects, and Cursed – while movies include 2019’s Downton Abbey, as the character Chris Webster.

Gregory Piper plays Ryan Pilkington

Who is Ryan Pilkington? We first met Ryan Pilkington in season one, when he was a troubled kid working for the criminal gang (then led by Tommy Hunter) by delivering burner phones on his BMX. By season five, he’d grown up – reappearing as a fully-fledged OCG member. Now, in season six, he is back as PC Ryan Pilkington, working on the Gail Vella case with DCI Jo Davidson and DI Kate Fleming.

What else has Gregory Piper been in? He appeared in the 2013 TV series Frankie, and played Jimmy Clemance in the 2021 movie Fixed.

Amy de Bhrún plays Steph Corbett

Who is Steph Corbett? John Corbett’s widow. Steph Corbett first appeared in season five, when John was undercover; at the time, she was looking after their two daughters alone and keeping in occasional contact with him. She has re-emerged in season six, making contact with Hastings and welcoming Steve to her house for a catch-up.

What else has Amy De Bhrun been in? The actress has starred as Jarl Hrolf in Vikings, and as Adele McHoughton in Coronation Street.

Anna Maxwell Martin plays DCS Patricia Carmichael

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Who is Patricia Carmichael? A senior anti-corruption detective brought in from rival unit AC-3. We last saw Patricia Carmichael in the fifth series, when she was brought in to interrogate Superintendent Ted Hastings himself, after the AC-12 boss was set up to look like the criminal mastermind known as H. 

Carmichael’s return was announced in April, with the character set to recur throughout the remaining three episodes of series six. The news follows the recent bombshell that AC-12 is set to close as the Line of Duty’s fictional police force plans to merge its various anti-corruption squads into one. With Hastings being forced into retirement, its possible that Carmichael will get the top job.

What else has Anna Maxwell Martin been in? The actress has starred in Motherland, The Frankenstein Chronicles (as Mary Shelley), The Bletchley Circle, and Death Comes to Pemberley (as Elizabeth Darcey). She played Beelzebub in Neil Gaiman’s Amazon series Good Omens.

Tommy Jessop plays Terry Boyle 

Who is Terry? Terry Boyle is a man with Down’s Syndrome who lives independently, but has been preyed on by the balaclava gang. Terry also appeared in season one, played by a different actor – Elliott Rosen.

What else has Tommy Jessop been in? The actor starred in BBC drama Coming Down the Mountain, and has also appeared in Off their Rockers, Casualty, and Doctors.

Christina Chong plays DI Nicola “Jolly” Rogerson

Who is DI Rogerson? We first met her in season two, when she worked in the Major Violent Crime unit. Back then, she worked alongside DCS Lester Hargreaves as a Detective Sergeant; she went on to develop a romantic relationship with DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), although it apparently didn’t work out. She has now been promoted to DI, and Arnott is apparently hoping to get a job on her team.

What else has Christina Chong been in? The actress has starred in Bulletproof (as Nell McBride), Heirs of the Night (as Calvina), Ill Behaviour, Halo: Nightfall, Dominion, and 24: Live Another Day. She’s also appeared in Doctor Who back in 2011 (playing Lorna Bucket in the episode A Good Man Goes to War), and played Tamsin in Black Mirror episode The Waldo Moment.

Rosa Escoda plays Amanda Yao

Who is Amanda Yao? The police’s cyber crime expert who, in season five, is called in to AC-12 to trace those instant messages from ‘H’.

What else has Rosa Escoda been in? Appropriately, she popped up in Justice League as a cop. You may also have spotted her in the TV series Wanderlust, or in Holby City as Sarah Jane Fleet.

Maria Connolly plays Alison Merchant

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