Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio reveals series six STILL isn’t finished

Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has revealed the hotly-anticipated sixth series of the police drama isn’t finished yet – five days before the show begins on BBC One.

Speaking to Nihal Arthanayke on BBC Radio 5 Live, Jed, 55, said he and the team had delivered the first few episodes of the drama with the rest still in post-production – and had even shot extra scenes for the ending in recent weeks.

The first episode of the drama’s new series- depicting Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar as AC-12 officers rooting out bent coppers –  will begin airing on Sunday, March 21.

He's needs to suck diesel now! Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has revealed the hotly-anticipated sixth series of the police drama isn't finished yet - five days before the show begins on BBC One

He's needs to suck diesel now! Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has revealed the hotly-anticipated sixth series of the police drama isn't finished yet - five days before the show begins on BBC One

He’s needs to suck diesel now! Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has revealed the hotly-anticipated sixth series of the police drama isn’t finished yet – five days before the show begins on BBC One

Jed said:’The fact is, we’re still in post-production on the series. We’ve only delivered the first few episodes to the BBC.

‘We’ve still got plenty of time – we will get them all finished by the time they’re due to go out. Although, we did actually shoot a bit of extra stuff a week or two ago, just to help with the end.’

Nihal responded: ‘Is it usually the case that it goes to the wire?’ with a laughing Jed responding: ‘It’s not, no. Usually there’s a comfortable buffer – normally you build in a lot of wiggle room just in case anything goes wrong. 

‘It’s just the fact that people are really eager for this to go out, we’re eager for it go out. 

Hastings will see you now: Speaking to Nihal Arthanayke on BBC Radio 5 Live, Jed, 55, said he and the team had delivered the first few episodes of the drama with the rest still in post-production - and had even shot extra scenes for the ending in recent weeks

Hastings will see you now: Speaking to Nihal Arthanayke on BBC Radio 5 Live, Jed, 55, said he and the team had delivered the first few episodes of the drama with the rest still in post-production - and had even shot extra scenes for the ending in recent weeks

Hastings will see you now: Speaking to Nihal Arthanayke on BBC Radio 5 Live, Jed, 55, said he and the team had delivered the first few episodes of the drama with the rest still in post-production – and had even shot extra scenes for the ending in recent weeks

‘We’re very flattered that we’ve been fast-tracked. It comes with a necessity to hit deadlines. 

‘We’ve been very clear, and the BBC have been very supportive, that we would need to get to a certain point before we’re able to guarantee delivery. 

‘It was only when we got to that point, where it was clear we were on the home straight, that we were able to commit to a transmission date.’

Ahead of the premiere, fans have been speculating over the identity of the villainous ‘H’ with the likes of Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin), Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider) and Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti) in the line-up. 

Line Of Duty had just begun filming in Belfast when in March 2020 it was forced to postpone due to the coronavirus pandemic. It resumed production in September.    

Honest: Nihal responded: 'Is it usually the case that it goes to the wire?' with a laughing Jed responding: 'It's not, no. Usually there's a comfortable buffer ¿ normally you build in a lot of wiggle room just in case anything goes wrong'

Honest: Nihal responded: 'Is it usually the case that it goes to the wire?' with a laughing Jed responding: 'It's not, no. Usually there's a comfortable buffer ¿ normally you build in a lot of wiggle room just in case anything goes wrong'

Honest: Nihal responded: ‘Is it usually the case that it goes to the wire?’ with a laughing Jed responding: ‘It’s not, no. Usually there’s a comfortable buffer – normally you build in a lot of wiggle room just in case anything goes wrong’

Cheers to that: Jed said: 'We've still got plenty of time ¿ we will get them all finished by the time they're due to go out. Although, we did actually shoot a bit of extra stuff a week or two ago, just to help with the end' (above the lead stars of LOD)

Cheers to that: Jed said: 'We've still got plenty of time ¿ we will get them all finished by the time they're due to go out. Although, we did actually shoot a bit of extra stuff a week or two ago, just to help with the end' (above the lead stars of LOD)

Cheers to that: Jed said: ‘We’ve still got plenty of time – we will get them all finished by the time they’re due to go out. Although, we did actually shoot a bit of extra stuff a week or two ago, just to help with the end’ (above the lead stars of LOD)

In anticipation of the sixth series, the BBC released a full-length trailer earlier this month.

The action-packed teaser shows AC-12’s Superintendent Ted Hastings, Detective Inspector Kate Fleming and Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott investigating the ‘force’s highest profile murder’. 

Creator Jed has been tight-lipped on details surrounding the upcoming sixth series, but has hinted that fans will learn more about H’s identity.   

They're back! Vicky, Martin and Adrian will reprise their roles, with Shalom Brune-Franklin also joining the cast as a new addition to AC-12 , a new trailer was released last week

They're back! Vicky, Martin and Adrian will reprise their roles, with Shalom Brune-Franklin also joining the cast as a new addition to AC-12 , a new trailer was released last week

They’re back! Vicky, Martin and Adrian will reprise their roles, with Shalom Brune-Franklin also joining the cast as a new addition to AC-12 , a new trailer was released last week 

Exciting: A tiny teaser aired late last month during the Six Nations

Exciting: A tiny teaser aired late last month during the Six Nations

Exciting: A tiny teaser aired late last month during the Six Nations 

Now we¿re sucking diesel: Hastings was seen talking through a megaphone in the short teaser clip which raised many questions about series six

Now we¿re sucking diesel: Hastings was seen talking through a megaphone in the short teaser clip which raised many questions about series six

Now we’re sucking diesel: Hastings was seen talking through a megaphone in the short teaser clip which raised many questions about series six

Looking guilty? Kate looked suspicious as she faced down her two colleagues

Looking guilty? Kate looked suspicious as she faced down her two colleagues

Mother of God: Steve seemed tense as he stood opposite Kate and another woman in the trailer

Mother of God: Steve seemed tense as he stood opposite Kate and another woman in the trailer

Looking guilty? Kate (left) looked suspicious as she faced down her two colleagues in the video, while Steve (right) seemed tense during the night scene

Bent copper? Kate seemed to be facing Ted and Steve's guns as she stood next to another woman who had her arms up in surrender

Bent copper? Kate seemed to be facing Ted and Steve's guns as she stood next to another woman who had her arms up in surrender

Bent copper? Kate seemed to be facing Ted and Steve’s guns as she stood next to another woman who had her arms up in surrender 

What on earth: Kate then seemed to reach for her gun, leaving fans reeling ahead of its launch

What on earth: Kate then seemed to reach for her gun, leaving fans reeling ahead of its launch

What on earth: Kate then seemed to reach for her gun, leaving fans reeling ahead of its launch

Fans were floored to learn in series five that after years of waiting to discover the identity of the villainous H, it was actually an organisation. 

Steve Arnott discovered the vital clue when a clip of DI Matthew ‘Dot’ Cottan’s dying declaration was played during AC-12 boss Ted Hasting’s interrogation with Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell-Martin). 

 Line of Duty will return on Sunday 21 March at 9pm on BBC One.

LINE OF DUTY: WHO IS THE FOURTH ‘H’?

Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio excited fans when he shared the first clue about the plot of season six to Twitter.

Uploading a snap of a packet of the Australian chocolate biscuits TimTams with the caption ‘#LineofDuty Series 6 Plot Clue No. 1’, fans began to ferociously speculate as to what it might mean.

But one plot point hanging over the next season of the show is about the identity of the ominous ‘H’.

While the mystery was somewhat answered in the season five finale, it was also revealed that there are FOUR people pertaining to be ‘H’, with the final one still unknown.

So who could it be?

Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin)

Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin)

Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin)

Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin)

She was one of season five’s stand-out characters, swooping in towards the end of the series to interrogate Ted Hastings – highly suspected to be ‘H’ at the time.

And while she simply seemed to be excellent at her job – and hellbent on uncovering the corruption within the department – could it be that Patricia Carmichael was SO keen to pin the blame on Ted to take the focus away from herself.

Could SHE be the fourth ‘H’?

Her position of power and respect, along with her unnaturally steely and cut-throat demeanor, could well point to this.

Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar)

Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar)

Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar)

Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar)

Ted Hastings was pinpointed by viewers of the show, as well as the characters on the show, to be a candidate for ‘H’.

But it seemed he was exonerated by the end of season five, allowed to walk free.

But could be potentially be triple-crossing us all? Could he in fact STILL be the potential fourth ‘H’.

The biggest issue with this theory is that Gill Biggeloe – one of the three revealed to be ‘H’ – was so against him. Surely she wouldn’t be working to deter him if they were in league?

UNLESS, she doesn’t KNOW he is the fourth ‘H’?

DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider)

DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider)

DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider)

DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider)

Detective Chief Constable Andrea Wise was new to the show in season five and is another high-powered contender for ‘H’.

She has been constantly interfering when it has come to supporting AC-12’s investigations, removing them from the investigation into Operation Pear Tree. She also instigated the Ted Hastings investigation.

She is also keen to cover up police corruption, despite announcing at the end of season five: ‘This constabulary will work tirelessly to root out rotten apples in its ranks.’

PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti)

PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti)

PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti)

PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti)

Police and Crime Commissioner Rohan Sindwhani demanded to be ‘in on’ a meeting between Andrea Wise and Ted Hastings. This might be a small clue but any clue could be valid at this point.

Any shady behavior suggests ‘H’ is at play, and so Rohan could indeed be culpable.

 

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