Line of Duty is Back

DavidKlyne replied on 22/03/2021 12:47

Posted on 22/03/2021 12:47

As full of acronyms as usual! Didn't understand what a chis was (Covert Human Intelligence Sources) Even in the first episode you can see a few opportunities opening up to either the truth or red herring territory!!! It must be difficult trying to keep such a high profile series fresh but as they say we await with interest. 

David

Extugger replied on 12/04/2021 06:49

Posted on 12/04/2021 06:49

 

Wow! Finally this series has had the accelerator pressed firmly to the floor! I've found it a little bit of a slow-burner for a couple of episodes, but last night's offering had us both in wonderment. Loving it again.

 

DavidKlyne replied on 12/04/2021 09:25

Posted on 12/04/2021 09:25

It certainly moved up a level last night!!! However I am beginning to wonder if this might be the last series? Hastings seems to be under constant pressure so stop looking under stones and it seems his career in the police is going to come to an end fairly soon. But then perhaps we are being lead to think that way? The OCG seem to have no shortage of foot soldiers!!!

David 

Fozzie replied on 13/04/2021 10:23

Posted on 13/04/2021 10:23

If PC Ryan didn’t actually murder DS Corbett he was there.But just who is the blood relative,I wonder how many people kept rewinding and freeze framing to see the photo on that sheet of paper.

David yes it could be  red herring that it’s the last series plus what you have said DS Arnott is facing drug charges and Hastings is not getting any assistance from his superiors.

I still do not  trust the male police commissioner though.

 

Spoiler Alert the photo was of Jo Davison

DavidKlyne replied on 19/04/2021 11:52

Posted on 19/04/2021 11:52

Another cliffhanger! Who has been shot, how many have been shot, is it the end of a well known character? The actual story line seems to be getting even more complicated and it's difficult to know who to trust, mind you that seems to be the idea of the story.

David

Extugger replied on 19/04/2021 12:25

Posted on 19/04/2021 12:25

 

These 'cliffhanger endings' to these shows are not doing my ticker any good! Another great episode last night which had us on the edge of our seats. Not sure which is more nerve wracking, Line of Duty or waiting to get away surprised

 

SeasideBill replied on 19/04/2021 12:58

Posted on 19/04/2021 12:25 by Extugger
 

These 'cliffhanger endings' to these shows are not doing my ticker any good! Another great episode last night which had us on the edge of our seats. Not sure which is more nerve wracking, Line of Duty or waiting to get away surprised

 

Posted on 19/04/2021 12:58

Compelling viewing, even though I’m not sure what’s going on half the time! Adrian Dunbar is well cast. He did a superb job of hosting ‘Have I got news for you’ recently - composed and very amusing. 

DavidKlyne replied on 26/04/2021 09:23

Posted on 26/04/2021 09:23

One more episode to go!!! No cliffhanger this time although one does wonder how long Jo Davidson will last in prison if past storylines are anything to go by? Is next week's episode the last one ever given that Ted seems to be being forced into retirement, the cloud hanging over Steve because of his pain killer addiction? It seems to me, that given the popularity of this series the BBC would be daft not to have another series but on the other hand is it best just to end it on a cliff edge?

David