‘Line of Duty’ Season 4 episode guide: What happens next?

Police corruption drama Line of Duty returns for a fourth season, moving to BBC One. Written and created by Jed Mercurio, the six new episodes introduce Westworld star Thandie Newton as AC12’s “most devious opponent yet”, DCI Roz Huntley, with returning regulars Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar joined by Jason Watkins (Being Human), Lee Ingleby (The … >

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‘Line of Duty’ returns! Start date confirmed for Season 4

The start date has been announced for the fourth season of Line of Duty. The new six-part story stars Thandie Newton (Westworld) as AC12’s “most devious opponent yet”, alongside returning regulars Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar. Newcomers to Season 4’s cast also includes Jason Watkins (Being Human), Lee Ingleby (The A Word) and Royce Pierreson (Our Girl). The … >

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‘Line of Duty’ Season 4 full trailer released: ‘I’ve got nothing to hide…’

BBC One has unveiled a new look at the fourth season of Line of Duty. The one-minute trailer introduces Westworld star Thandie Newton as AC12’s “most devious opponent yet”, DCI Roz Huntley. Six new episodes of the police corruption drama began filming in Belfast last September, with returning regulars Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar joined by Jason Watkins … >

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Watch first trailer for the new season of ‘Line of Duty’

BBC One has released the first footage from the upcoming fourth season of Line of Duty. The 15-second teaser trailer features a glimpse of Westworld star Thandie Newton as AC12’s “most devious opponent yet”, DCI Roz Huntley. Six new episodes of the police corruption drama began filming in Belfast last September, with returning regulars Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and … >

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‘Line of Duty’ makers’ new Channel 4 thriller ‘Born to Kill’ begins filming

Romola Garai (The Hour) and Daniel Mays (Line of Duty) have started shooting Channel 4’s Born to Kill in Cardiff, Wales. The new four-part psychological thriller from Line of Duty producers World Productions is the first commission for female writing duo Tracey Malone (Rillington Place) and first-time TV writer and BIFA-nominated actress Kate Ashfield. Born to Kill … >

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