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Line of Duty fans have been given an extra special treat after the BBC released a first look teaser in which the cast confirms that the brand new series will feature an extra episode.
This means that the sixth instalment of the acclaimed crime drama will have seven episodes instead of six – and therefore will include plenty more to keep viewers guessing until the very end.
The TV news was confirmed in a short teaser clip released by the BBC to get fans excited for the show.
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The spoof features popular cast members Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston, who play AC12’s Detective Inspector Ted Hastings and DS Steve Arnott.
In it, the pair can be seen performing as their alter-egos having a discussion, as the show’s famous theme tune plays in the background.
Ted tells Steve Arnott he “needs a hell of a lot more” to be able to help crack a case. To which Steve replies: "How about an extra episode, gaffer?"
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Line of Duty fans have since gone wild since the news emerged, and are now counting down the days until the show airs – thought to be in the next few months.
The sixth part of the story will feature a brand new guest star, actress Kelly Macdonald, who is taking on the role of enigmatic Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson.
Kelly will be joining the returning cast members who make up the anti-corruption unit, Adrian, Martin and Vicky McClure.
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Joanne will be at the centre of the programme’s plot as AC12 grow suspicious of her unconventional methods on an unsolved murder case.
And the crime solving trio will also have another new recruit joining their ranks.
DC Chloe Bishop, who will be played by actress Shalom Brune-Franklin, is joining the team to get to the bottom of Joanne’s actions.
But what will the four of them discover as they set to work on the complicated investigation and it’s various twists and turns?
As we wait to tune in, Line of Duty fans can relive the entirety of series two, starring Keeley Hawes as DI Lindsay Denton, as the show is being repeated every Saturday on BBC One at 9pm.
Line of Duty series six is coming soon to BBC One and BBC iPlayer
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