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Line of Duty series 4 finale: all your questions answered - Telegraph.co.uk

After a breakneck finale to series four of the BBC's hit cop corruption drama, viewers were left breathless – and, in some cases, baffled. But don't call in AC-12 just yet. Let us assist your sofa-based investigations by answering all the key questions ...and more »

The best TV shows this week: Line Of Duty reaches its thrilling climax - The Guardian

It's the finale of Thandie Newton's gripping police corruption drama on BBC1, while Kayvan Novak's pranking news reporters return to Channel 4. The Guide. Fri 28 Apr 2017 07.00 EDT Last modified on Fri 29 Dec 2017 17.20 EST. Share on Facebook · Share ...and more »

Line of Duty finale review – more like being abducted by TV than watching it - The Guardian

The interview room, the best location in Line of Duty (BBC1, Sunday). On one side of the table: AC-12, or what's left of it. Ted is under a Regulation 15, suspected of being Dot Cottan's dying H (for Hastings), his career in serious jeopardy. Steve's ...and more »

Crossing the Line of Duty: why novels would never get away with TV's crimes - The Guardian

Pity the poor crime novelist as they watch the final episode of Line of Duty on Sunday night. Whereas the rest of us will be asking “who did it?” the question on their lips will be “how?” And not: “How will the balaclava-clad killer get caught?”, but ...and more »

Line Of Duty creator says AC-12 boss Ted Hastings' actions in series finale could 'come back to haunt him' - Mirror.co.uk

The creator of Line Of Duty says AC-12 boss Ted Hastings' shooting of 'balaclava man' could “come back to haunt him” in a future series. Viewers were shocked last night as Ted, played by Adrian Dunbar, pulled the trigger and killed the underworld ...and more »

Line Of Duty: The 11 biggest questions we have ahead of tonight's finale - Mirror.co.uk

The tense BBC1 thriller about police corruption has become one of the most gripping series on TV – and we're completely hooked. With the series four finale looming, fans are hoping their questions will be answered once and for all. But will all the ...and more »

DCI Roz Huntley dubbed Line Of Duty's "most devious character ever" by show bosses after dramatic finale - Mirror.co.uk

Thandie Newton's character DCI Roz Huntley has been dubbed Line Of Duty's “most devious character ever” by show bosses. Fans last night saw her finally confess to the murder of forensics expert Timothy Ifield but Roz insisted: “I'm not a bad person ...and more »

Line of Duty season four finale cops 7.5 million viewers - The Guardian

Line of Duty, the BBC's hit murder mystery which concluded this weekend, secured its largest audience to date with its hotly anticipated finale to the fourth season. The BBC police drama's sixth and final instalment on Sunday night was viewed by 7.5 ...and more »

TV preview: Line of Duty (BBC1, Sunday, 9pm), American Gods (Amazon Prime) - The Independent

It's testament to Jed Mercurio's writing talent that, however far-fetched Line of Duty gets, there's never a question surrounding whether or not you'll be tuning in the following week. It always remains a certainty. This latest run – more gripping than ...and more »

Line of Duty series 4 episode 6 review: does TV come any more gripping than this? - Telegraph.co.uk

And so, the fourth series of Line of Duty has rocketed to its close, in a final episode so tense it encouraged you not just to nibble at your fingernails, but to gnaw your fingers clean off – a queasily relevant image, come to think of it. As ever in ...and more »