Line of Duty fans, assemble! The brand new trailer for season six has landed, and it looks like the AC-12 gang have got their work cut out for them in the new seven-part series.
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The new series will look at the murder of Gail Vella, who Ted Hastings can be heard describing as "this force's highest-profile investigation". He continued: "It will be our job to detect whether police corruption has contributed to this murder remaining unsolved." We're sucking on diesel now!
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The new trailer also introduces Kelly Macdonald as the guest lead, Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, who is being investigated by AC-12, while also hinting that she could be the true identity behind the fourth corrupt officer using the code name of 'H'.
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Chatting about the upcoming series on The Graham Norton Show, Adrian Dunbar said: "18 months have passed so the landscape has completely changed. We are starting from a place that the audience will probably find a bit shocking at first. Things and people have been moved around so the first episode is going to be one of those ‘head-wrecks’ for the audience."
The new series will be set 18 months after the events of season five
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The new series will premiere on 21 March at 9 pm. Speaking about how the show has grown in viewers over the years, Adrian added: "It was a slow burn. The first series was great, but we didn’t know we would get a second one. Then we got a second one and halfway through that suddenly the numbers built and since then it’s just taken off – it’s big and the anticipation is massive. It’s intense."
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