Line of Duty review

'Line of Duty' came to its highly-anticipated end this week, with writer Jed Mercurio packing even more into the final episode
‘Line of Duty’ finishes its second series tonight, with millions of viewers hanging on to see whether DI Denton (Keeley Hawes
There was more waterboarding for DI Denton in this gripping fifth episode of 'Line of Duty', but all was not as it seemed
'Line of Duty' got EVEN darker this week, as writer Jed Mercurio brilliantly balanced the brooding, stealthy interrogations
Another week, another corner turned in the murky rabbit hole of this series that's making Series 1 and DCI Tony Gates' shenanigans
Only two episodes in, and it feels like 'Line of Duty' in general, and Detective Inspector Denton in particular, has already
Anyone worrying that 'Line of Duty' wouldn't be able to repeat the success of its debut series, would hopefully have found
It was the morning after the slit throat night before, and we found DCI Gates - last seen bashed on the floor - miraculously
The plot thickened nicely in Line of Duty, BBC’s meaty police thriller about the apparently corrupt DCI Gates (Lennie James
In the wealth of cop dramas we’ve been fed over the last few years, it does seem that the Americans have taken all the top