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star Vicky McClure previously revealed that series six wasn't happening any time soon after revealing that the show's creator, Jed Mercurio, hadn't started writing a script for the new series back in 2019. And the main reason why? He was too busy penning another season of BBC1's other hit drama ! However, while Jed did indeed get around to penning season six, the show's filming was then postponed due to the lockdown, meaning that it won't be on our screens until at least 2021!
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In an interview with the Guardian back in 2019, Vicky admitted she's not thinking about a new series because work hasn't even started on it yet. She said: "There's nothing to plan around so I'm kind of ignoring it. No-one's got anything to tell us. Nothing's been written."
Fans will have to wait a lot longer for series 6
Meanwhile, Jed has now opened up about why he has never killed off the three main characters of Line of Duty, despite being tempted! Chatting at The South Bank Show, Jed revealed that Steve, Kate and Ted were all safe because the actors all get along so well!
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"I'm desperate to find out what happens."The BBC crime drama is expected to resume filming in the near future, as the BBC has joined ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky, STV and ITN in easing social distancing measures for crews filming TV drama.
He explained: "I mean, they’re really good actors. But of course they get on really well with each other, we all get on very well, and if that hadn’t happened, one of them would have been – you know – killed. In an unexpected way that would propel the story forward... It's always got to be about what’s in the best interests of the series, because it’s not in the best interests of the character to be dead."
He continued: "So the way I would approach it is to look at what new story you get from that. And if the audience has got a real attachment to the character, it means that they’re invested in whether there will be justice for that character – or if it’s a mystery, whether they’ll be invested in finding out what might have actually befallen them."
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Martin Compston teases 'massive bombshell' in season 6 of 'Line of Duty'
Martin Compston has admitted there is a ‘massive bombshell’ in the fourth episode of the new series of Line Of Duty. The hit BBC drama about a police anti-corruption squad was forced to halt filming mid-season in March due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown, with Compston only having seen the first four scripts out of six episodes. Compston, who plays DS Steve Arnott, told The One Show the first two episodes had been shot and he had read up to script four, admitting it ended on a “massive bombshell”. Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar star in hit police drama 'Line of Duty'.
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The BBC series Line of Duty will return to screens next yearThe hit police thriller had to stop filming earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.