Line Of Duty fans spot huge Ted Hastings dubbing error as the he makes big Corbett mistake

Sunday night’s Line Of Duty episode had fans on the edge of their seats as a killer twist left everyone floored.

However, amid all the drama, eagle-eyed viewers spotted a huge dubbing error as in a conversation with DI Fleming about UCO John Corbett, Superintendent Hastings mistakenly said that he had killed four cops instead of five.

But instead of re-shooting the key scenes, BBC producers decided to instead dub over actor Adrian Dunbar’s mistake – a move which didn’t go unmissed by viewers.

Blunder: Eagle-eyed viewers spotted a huge dubbing error as Superintendent Hastings mistakenly said that UCO John Corbett had killed four cops instead of five

Blunder: Eagle-eyed viewers spotted a huge dubbing error as Superintendent Hastings mistakenly said that UCO John Corbett had killed four cops instead of five

Blunder: Eagle-eyed viewers spotted a huge dubbing error as Superintendent Hastings mistakenly said that UCO John Corbett had killed four cops instead of five

In the heated scene with Vicky McClure’s character Kate Fleming, Adrian said as Ted: ‘Look, the guy is responsible for killing five police officers.’

Fans soon rushed to Twitter to point out the error and declare that they spotted the word ‘four’ was dubbed over with the word ‘five’. 

‘Anyone spot the dub at 38:30 during #LineOfDuty Hastings mouths four but it’s dubbed five. @Line_of_duty @BBC,’ asked one viewer.

While another watcher commented: ‘You could see that Hastings said Corbett had killed 4 people in the take but it was changed to 5 in the dub. #LineOfDuty #geek #Bloopers.’

Error: But instead of re-shooting the key scenes, BBC producers decided to instead dub over actor Adrian Dunbar's mistake - a move which didn't go unmissed by viewers

Error: But instead of re-shooting the key scenes, BBC producers decided to instead dub over actor Adrian Dunbar's mistake - a move which didn't go unmissed by viewers

Error: But instead of re-shooting the key scenes, BBC producers decided to instead dub over actor Adrian Dunbar’s mistake – a move which didn’t go unmissed by viewers

Wrong number: In the heated scene with Vicky McClure's character Kate Fleming, Adrian said as Ted: 'Look, the guy is responsible for killing five police officers'

Wrong number: In the heated scene with Vicky McClure's character Kate Fleming, Adrian said as Ted: 'Look, the guy is responsible for killing five police officers'

Wrong number: In the heated scene with Vicky McClure’s character Kate Fleming, Adrian said as Ted: ‘Look, the guy is responsible for killing five police officers’

A third wrote: ‘#lineofduty – the mistake I noticed, was Hastings clearly said that Corbett had killed four officers, but the word five was dubbed over…’

‘Anyone notice the overdub on #LineOfDuty tonight? Hastings mouth clearly said Corbett had killed four officers but dubbed to say five! Maybe nothing…’ questioned a fourth viewer.

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With another skeptical person adding: ‘He definitely said “four” and they dubbed over it to make him say “Five” rather than reshoot the whole scene, “DEFINATELY” #LineOfDuty.’

Well spotted: Fans soon rushed to Twitter to point out the error and declare that they spotted the word 'four' was dubbed over with the word 'five'

Well spotted: Fans soon rushed to Twitter to point out the error and declare that they spotted the word 'four' was dubbed over with the word 'five'

Well spotted: Fans soon rushed to Twitter to point out the error and declare that they spotted the word ‘four’ was dubbed over with the word ‘five’

The blunder comes following another error fans pointed out last week, when the mysterious boss of the organised crime gang misspelled ‘definitely’ while talking via an online chat to John Corbett.

But after Hastings misspelled the same word in the latest installment, fans are now convinced that the officer is the elusive ‘H’.

Meanwhile, last night’s episode left fans stunned when undercover police officer John Corbett, played by Stephen Graham, was killed off in brutal scenes.

When trying to free some girls from a sex trafficking trade, he was double-crossed and killed by his accomplices – including Lisa McQueen – after they discovered he was a ‘rat’.

Line Of Duty continues Sunday at 9pm on BBC One.  

Unexpected: Meanwhile, last night's episode left fans stunned when undercover police officer John Corbett, played by Stephen Graham, was killed off in brutal scenes

Unexpected: Meanwhile, last night's episode left fans stunned when undercover police officer John Corbett, played by Stephen Graham, was killed off in brutal scenes

Unexpected: Meanwhile, last night’s episode left fans stunned when undercover police officer John Corbett, played by Stephen Graham, was killed off in brutal scenes

 

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