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12:40  06 may  2019
12:40  06 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

Line Of Duty's Rochenda Sandall Hints Final Episode Might Not Reveal Who H Is

Line Of Duty's Rochenda Sandall Hints Final Episode Might Not Reveal Who H Is Warning! This article contains spoilers for the most recent episode of Line Of Duty. Line Of Duty actor Rochenda Sandall has hinted the series finale might not answer fans’ biggest question of all – who is H? Viewers of the hit BBC One drama are currently speculating about the identity of the mysterious figure, who is heading up an organised crime group from inside the police force. Although AC-12 boss Ted Hastings is currently under firm suspicion, Rochenda – who plays OCG member Lisa McQueen – has suggested fans might have to wait until the next series to get some answers.

Line of Duty fans have been waiting seven long years for this moment . Since the hit cop drama began back in 2012, fans have been asking themselves just one The most shocking revelation, more so than that 'H', is that Ted 'the letter of the law' Hastings steals £50,000 from the bribe - even if he does

Previous Line of Duty stories have depended on tiny moments – deciding to help a girlfriend out of a legal grey area, agreeing to avenge an The latest has lost some of that delicate psychical work (and some of the plotting was verging on the contemptuous), but at least the ravens are still in the Tower.

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Warning: This article contains spoilers for Line of Duty season 5.

It's officially the most-watched show of 2019, so Sunday's Line of Duty finale was going to have to be pretty special to live up to expectations. In practice, it proved to be a long and somewhat convoluted episode which finally told us that, no, Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) wasn't the villainous "H", but that senior police counsel Gill Biggeloe (Polly Walker) was involved with the OCG.

However, viewers who'd predicted that Biggeloe was "H" weren't quite right, because it turned out that, well, "H" doesn't exactly exist. At the end of season three, D.I. Matthew "Dot" Cottan (Craig Parkinson) was actually trying to tell D.I. Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) in his dying declaration that there were four rotten apples within the Central Police ranks: him, Biggeloe, Assistant Chief Constable Derek Hilton (Paul Higgins), and one other who's still at large.

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Any guesses on what season 6 might be about?

Anyway, viewers sharing their reactions online seem pretty divided on whether this constitutes a satisfying conclusion to the season. Some reckon the finale was a little disappointing, whereas others are calling it excellent.

Key Line of Duty star doesn't even know 'H' identity

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There were cheer-inducing revelations – and some nonsensical explanations – in a finale that put more than one character through the wringer.

Why is the Line of Duty season 5 finale so long? Usually, episodes of Line of Duty are an hour in At the moment , Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) is suspected as being H amongst fans for many Yes, the BBC gave Line of Duty a double recommission in 2017 which means season six is going to be on

Anna Maxwell Martin's ice-cool and clinically effective character, Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael, drew particular praise – and rightly so, she's the latest in a growing line of brilliant female characters on Line of Duty.

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Line of Duty releases the first look at the series 5 finale Ted Hastings faces some tough questions.

THE nation is holding its breath ahead of tomorrow night’s series finale of gripping cop drama Line Of Duty . It ’ s had Line Of Duty devotees scouring the footage of Matthew “Dot” Cottan’s dying moments in Series 3 – suggesting the name of the most senior corrupt officer begins with H – for more clues.

Line Of Duty wraps things up tomorrow with a special extended episode, and put another way, that But here are 20 questions that should be answered in the Line Of Duty finale . The way Kate kept telling people like Steff Corbett that she’d worked undercover seemed unwise/unprofessional and the

(For what it's worth, I still refuse to accept that Keeley Hawes' Lindsay Denton and Thandie Newton's Ros Huntley are, you know, actual baddies).

However, one thing viewers can agree on is the episode's most iconic moment: Kate Fleming telling AC3 officer D.I. Michelle Brandyce (Laura Elphinstone) to leave the room in the plainest way imaginable. Let's be honest: this one is definitely going to become a meme.

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People Are Divided On The 'Line Of Duty' Finale, But Everyone Agrees On Its Most Iconic Moment

There are definitely (not "definately", as Ted Hastings would type it) a couple of other things about the finale worth flagging up. First, it was directed by Sue Tully – the actress-turned-director who played Michelle Fowler on EastEnders.

Line Of Duty: The 8 Questions The Series 5 Finale Left Unanswered

Line Of Duty: The 8 Questions The Series 5 Finale Left Unanswered Just like that, another series of Line Of Duty is over – but if you thought you were going to get all the answers to the questions you had, turns out you were wrong. 

The series reaches its climax and throws everything in the mix, from switched allegiances to unmasked baddies.

Actor Martin Compston had urged fans to stay watching while the credits rolled to see the touching memorial to Graeme Livingstone, 29.

And two, and if you thought you'd already seen Ryan Pilkington, the character who seems to have been groomed to become the new Caddy, you were absolutely right...

Shook, tbh... bring on season 6!

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