Line Of Duty Season 6 has dropped a dramatic new trailer ahead of its return at the end of the month.
In the upcoming BBC series, the team is set to tackle its most ‘high-profile’ case yet.
Plus, the mysterious ‘H’ may finally be revealed after nine years of it being a complete mystery to viewers.
The synopsis for the season reads: “Kelly Macdonald makes her debut as guest lead Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, the senior investigating officer on an unsolved murder case whose suspicious conduct attracts the attention of Anti-Corruption.
“As AC-12’s investigation uncovers deeper and darker information, will DCI Joanne Davidson turn out to be their most dangerous adversary yet?”
As expected, viewers will also witness a chain of gripping events, such as gun showdowns, car chases, and unsolved murders.
Check out the trailer here:
Producers recently confirmed the police drama will feature seven episodes, instead of its usual six, but they are going to be jam-packed with action.
Adrian Dunbar – who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings on the hit show – recently revealed on the Ryan Tubridy Show that it was difficult filming the series, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
He said: “We got it in the can. It’s done. It wasn’t perfect, the way we had to do it. We usually do it in two blocks of three [episodes]. It’s a complicated story, so you keep it in your head.
“I’m nervous about this one because of how we had to shoot it.”
Line Of Duty will return to BBC One at 9 pm on Sunday, March 21.
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