Vicky McClure has given an exciting update on season seven of the BBC's much-loved crime drama Line of Duty.
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Speaking in a recent interview, the actress revealed that should another series happen, the cast are "all game".
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When asked if the drama will return for another series, Vicky said: "I don’t know, there’s no word of it. I think we’ve all been really honest and said should that happen, we’re all game."
She added: "I’ll just stick with the guys. I think when it comes to a close, it will be a natural close for us all. And we’re very close with Jed, so it’s not a business transaction, do you know what I mean? This isn’t business, this is our lives and we’ve all created careers from it, and we’ve all got a lot out of it."
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The This is England star also said that she "can't imagine" life without her co-stars Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston. "It’s like, well, at least I get to be with my mates for four months of the year," she said.
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While she doesn't know exactly when the BBC series will come to an end, she did reveal that it will be a "big blow" when it does. "But, you know, everything comes to an end, and everything’s got a shelf life," she said. "So when that natural end is, is when it is. I’m just loyal to that. I can’t see me going” – and she puts on a posh voice – “‘I’m done, I’ve got a better job, I’m off’, because what’s better than Line of Duty?"
Despite the season six finale drawing in a staggering 15.24 million viewers, writer Jed Mercurio is yet to confirm a seventh series of the show, having previously confessed that there was "no plan in place" for future episodes.
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