Line of Duty Season 6: The Line of Duty fans are very thrilled to watch Season 6 of the series. The BBC television series is created by Jed Mercurio and produced by World Productions.
WHEN IS THE ‘LINE OF DUTY’ SEASON 6 RELEASING?
The sixth season of Line of Duty was expected to air in 2020. The shooting for season six came in progress in February this year. Nevertheless, due to the breakdown of the Coronavirus pandemic the producers decided to postpone filming just after four weeks into it.
In June 2020, the showrunner gave updates through the A Stab in the Dark podcast. He said: “We’re having talks currently with the BBC and the production company to determine when we might be able to resume. There are a number of issues still to be resolved on an industry-wide basis, things like insurance and finance and social distancing guidelines that specifically apply to film… We are hoping that we can get the series shot before the end of this calendar year if all those measures are reached which allow us to film in the way that we need to be able to do.”
LINE OF DUTY SEASON 6: CAST
Kelly Macdonald is the guest lead for season 6. She will play DCI Joanne Davidson, “the senior investigating officer of an unsolved murder, whose unconventional conduct raises suspicions at AC-12”.
Adrian Dunbar (Supt Ted Hastings), Vicky McClure (DI Kate Fleming), and Martin Compston (DS Steve Arnott) are also a part of Season 6.
LINE OF DUTY SEASON 6: PLOT
In the sixth season, the theory behind “H” can be answered. We know that “H” is not just one person but four. Three of them were exposed and it’s expected that the upcoming season will reveal the theory.
The shooting has resumed just today after a long delay. The crew is back on set taking all the measures needed as of today. The series can be expected to air in 2021.