Line of Duty clues : It’s among the most watched programs on television. Line of Duty’s sixth season premiere attracted more than 10 million viewers, making it the most watched drama in the last three years.
Jed Mercurio’s cult BBC One police thriller wowed viewers on Sunday with an incredibly packed episode.
Suspt Ted Hastings, played by Adrian Dunbar, is just the right person to lead the AC-12, the anti-corruption division.
However, DI Kate Fleming, played by Nottingham’s Vicky McClure, has moved into the Murder Investigations Team (MIT) as a unhappy Detective Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) is also eager to leave AC-12.
The mysterious bent copper “H” remains in hiding, and there’s an unassuming new official in town, the DCI of MIT Jo Davidson, played by Kelly Macdonald.
The entire cast is still communicating entirely using obscure acronyms.
What’s the problem?
The Missing Freezer
Fans of the show will remember seeing the suspect Terry Boyle (Tommy Jessop) before. In the first series an gang of criminals used Terry who suffers from difficulty learning, and made use of the flat he lives in to cover up their crimes.
Following shooting dead Jackie Laverty (Gina McKee) Her body parts were kept within his freezer. In the fifth series the detective was questioned by police. The freezer was relocated.
How did it get there? What’s it?
Steve’s headlight signal
Steve has arranged to meet Kate at night, hoping to warn her up that AC-12 was snooping through her squad.
As he arrived, Steve flashed his headlights four times. Four flashes. Four dots. Morse code for”H. Even Kate looked at her face in disbelief at this reference to the bend cop that they’re chasing But does it actually have any meaning?
Buckells along with the golf bag
In the shadow of the desk that was the DCI’s desk Ian Buckells (Nigel Boyle) there was a set of golf clubs. Could this be a hint that he’s connected with the “Caddy” name that was given to the bend copper Matthew Cottan (Craig Parkinson)?
We’re aware that at the very least, a suspicious copper exists and Buckells appears to be inept as he “messed up the documentation” on the surveillance flat.
A fourth male… (or woman)
The brand new AC-12 debut DC Chloe Bishop (Shalom Brune-Franklin) may be far too appealing to be real One to watch out for even although Hastings and Arnott think they’re both right.
In the trailer for the show, Chloe questions Steve: “Do you still believe that there’s a fourth person in the universe?” But Steve asks: “Man or woman?” Do you think Steve know something that we do not?
The QR code of the magazine
In an effort to keep viewers entertained, producers have launched information about an “Easter Egg hunt”of secret messages about the show.
In a trailer, a cover that features the victim journalist Gail Vella (Andi Osho) that is located in Terry’s apartment that is shown along with the QR code printed on the cover. When you scan the code and you are taken to an article titled Operation Easter Egg Hunt, the first clue.
The letter is by the Chief Constable, requesting the demotion of Supt Hastings. Do you think this is a sign of the future?
In inside the Easter Egg letter is a hyperlink to a prescription for a drug that was issued to the DS Steve Arnott.
It is prescribed ibuprofen and codeine, along with Pitradine and Charzepam named after invented words It is suggested that one can be an anti-inflammatory and the other a sedative for sleep problems and anxiety.
They have an alert: They may Cause Addiction. We’ve witnessed Steve using drugs in numerous pharmacies. Are they addicted? Or is this an error?