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Line of Duty fans think Chris Lomax dropped clue he's working for OCG
In the latest episode, Lomax was seen talking to a crime scene investigator- with some fans saying they recognised the pub name, The Red Lion, he wanted to head too. © Provided by Daily Mail Could it be? Line of Duty fans have suggested that DS Chris Lomax (middle) dropped a huge clue that he's a bent officer during Sunday night's episode In the scene, Kate Fleming [Vicky McClure] and Steve Arnott [Martin Compston] are shown walking towards the unit on an industrial estate where Lomax is standing.
fans were shocked when a major plot twist revealed that a wedding, which was believed to be Kevin and Madison tying the knot, was actually revealed to be part of a time jump where it is actually Kate and her boss Philip who are getting wed - meaning that at some point, Kate and Toby will break up.
Speaking about the twist, one person wrote: "Wait... Kate and Toby aren’t together anymore??? And she’s marrying the music teacher?" Another added: "KATE AND TOBY DIDNT SURVIVE THE LONG DISTANCE. OMG. Clearly, still in complete and utter shock." A third person tweeted: "It’s borderline criminal to end the season with that scene."
Line Of Duty fans astonished over Martin Compston's Scottish accent
Line Of Duty fans were stunned to discover that actor Martin Compston was in fact Scottish, when he appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show on Saturday night. Tuning into the ITV show, viewers rushed to Twitter to share their shock at the 36-year-old actor's voice, with one confused fan tweeting: 'Excuse me, why is Steve Arnott Scottish?'.
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Speaking to EW about the revelation, actress Chrissy Metz said: "Well, initially I was like, 'Does that have to happen? Like, are you guys sold? Are you sold on that? I don't know. Are you sure?' Because, of course, as a fan of Chris Sullivan's, I adore him, and to know him is to love him. You get so connected to somebody. And selfishly I'm like, 'No! This can't happen!' And then I cried."
Kate and Toby will break up
She continued: "It's like this huge, massive pivot that you just didn't think it was ever going to really happen. I mean, it's wonderful storytelling, and I think what's most important is the co-parenting. It's very, very important to do it well, for the children and for the greater good. Not everybody is your forever person – even if you thought they would and you wanted them to be."
Line of Duty finale receives mixed reviews in today's papers
Viewers last night tuned into the nail-biting series finale of Line of Duty - which saw the mysterious antagonist 'H' finally unmasked. Here, we round up what Britain's top TV pundits had to say.This morning, Britain's newspapers carried mixed reviews of the episode, with some pointing out gaping plot holes in the hugely-popular bent plot drama.
The sixth season will be the show's last, with executive producer Isaac Aptaker telling Digital Spy: "In everything we do, we never put anything on TV until we know how it's going to end up, because you never want to paint yourself into a corner... It's a family. People have gotten married on the crew. People have had multiple babies. It's been half a decade."
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The Pact viewers praise "amazing" finale episode .
"One of the most compelling shows I've seen."The Pact aired its final episode on BBC One tonight (June 1), and those viewers who waited to watch the drama unfold on the broadcaster were treated to one last twist as the gripping series reached its conclusion.