Line of Duty is a British BBC police procedural television series created by Jed Mercurio and produced by World Productions.
The first series premiered on 26 June 2012 and became BBC Two’s best-performing drama series in ten years with a consolidated audience of 4.1 million viewers.
The second series broadcast began on 12 February 2014; its widespread public and critical acclaim, led to the BBC commissioning a further two series.
The third series broadcast began on 24 March 2016.
The fourth on 26 March 2017 on BBC One.
The fifth series was completed at the end of 2018 and broadcast began on BBC One on 31 March 2019.
In May 2017, the BBC commissioned a sixth series.
when will it be on tv?
There is no such news that when we will see the line of duty on tv.
who all are there?
We can expect all the main AC-12 actors: Adrian Dunbar (Supt Ted Hastings)
Vicky McClure (DI Kate Fleming)
Martin Compston (DS Steve Arnott) is all set to return.
It’s also possible Taj Atwal (PC Tatleen Sohota) and Aiysha Hart (Murder Squad cop DS Sam Ralston) will make a comeback.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a set release date for Line Of Duty season six just yet, but a new trailer for upcoming BBC dramas coming up in 2020 sees a shot of Vicky McClure’s Kate Fleming looking over her shoulder.
Director of the series, Jed Mercurio also teased what’s to come later this year.
The only information revealed so far about the sixth series plot is how Macdonald will be playing someone working on an unsolved murder.
Fans can be sure the identity of the final person working as ‘H’ will also be a part of the new series.
This comes after the revelation in season five about how there were actually four people operating under the name.
Ahead of the new series launching, Mercurio did a post on Twitter a small hint of the direction the show could go in.
He posted a picture of Australian snack TimTam along with the caption “Line of Duty series 6 plot clue no. 1.”