Line of Duty Series 5: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Poster, Trailer: Line of Duty is a British BBC police bureaucratic television series which was initially premiered on 26 June 2012 and turn out to be BBC Two’s best-performing drama series in ten years with associated spectators of 4.1 million viewers.
Due to its popularity, the second series also came in and its broadcasting started on 12 February 2014; its extensive public and critical acclamation, led to the BBC appointing an additional two series. The third series broadcast was started on 24 March 2016, as well as the fourth series on 26 March 2017 on BBC One.
The fifth series was accomplished at the conclusion of 2018 and the broadcast began on BBC One on 31 March 2019. The BBC has already ordered the sixth series of it.
About Line of Duty
Line of Duty is a British police drama- Crime- Detective fiction- Thriller series. It was created by Jed Mercurio as well as written by Jed Mercurio. The series is directed by David Caffrey, Douglas Mackinnon, Daniel Nettheim, Michael Keillor, John Strickland, Jed Mercurio, and Sue Tully. The series stars Martin Compston, Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar, Craig Parkinson, Lennie James, Keeley Hawes, Daniel Mays, Thandie Newton, Stephen Graham and Anna Maxwell Martin in lead roles.
It is the most popular drama series which is broadcasted on BBC Two in the multi-channel era. The series is also the winner of the Royal Television Society Award as well as Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Drama Series. Line of Duty was counted in a list of the Top 50 BBC Two shows of all-time and also it was in a list of the 80 best BBC shows of all time. It was the highest-ranked existing series in a list of the best police shows of all time as well as the third in a poll of the best British crime dramas of all time.
Line of Duty Series 5 Poster
Line Of Duty Series 5 Cast
Rochenda Sandall is playing the role of Lisa McQueen
Alastair Natkiel is playing the role of Lee Banks
Taj Atwal is playing the role of P.C. Tatleen Sohota
Susan Vidler is playing the role of D.S.U. Alison Powell
Richard Pepple is playing the role of Sergeant Kyle Ferringham
Maanuv Thiara is playing the role of Vihaan Malhotra
Ace Bhatti is playing the role of Police and Crime Commissioner Rohan Sindwhani
Sian Reese-Williams is playing the role of Sergeant Jane Cafferty
Natalie Gavin is playing the role of Sergeant Tina Tranter
Laura Elphinstone is playing the role of D.I. Michelle Brandyce
Martin who has played the role of Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael, a new anti-corruption cop carried into the team from the outdoor.
Martin said earlier, “I’ve been a fan of Line of Duty for years, so was dead chuffed to be part of series five. I’m so pleased I no longer have to keep it a secret!
“I feel honored to follow in the footsteps of the host of great actors who make up the Line of Duty family, and Jed Mercurio – of course – has written a brilliant character in Carmichael. She’s a woman on a mission.”
Jed Mercurio also said earlier, “Season five feels like it’s the very fresh territory. There are things we haven’t done before, characters we haven’t seen before, and that I think’s part of the construction of the series. We have that architecture which allows us to rejuvenate the format.
He further added, “Possibly we’ve arrived at that accidentally but because it would appear now that we have this situation where the audience is intrigued about what we’ve got to offer based on who the guest lead is going to be, what other characters there are, what the fundamental premise is, we’ve been very fortunate that as the series has gone on, people have engaged with every story.”
Line of Duty Series 5 Trailer
Line of Duty revolves around D.S. Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), an Authorised Firearms Officer transferred to Anti-Corruption Unit 12 (AC-12) after declining to whitewash an illegal shooting by members of his personal team. Arnott is joined with D.C. Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure), an extremely much-admired undercover officer with an extreme analytical nature, who is quickly promoted to D.S. (in series 4), and D.I. (in series 5).
They work under the direction of Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), who is one of the numerous Senior Investigating Officers along with D.C.S. Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin) of AC-3 and those of AC-9) in charge for finding fraud within the police force.
All through the series, AC-12 investigate apparently different cases including apparently corrupt police officers such as D.C.I. Tony Gates (Lennie James), D.I. Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes), Sergeant Danny Waldren (Daniel Mays), D.C.I. Roseanne Huntley (Thandie Newton) and secret undercover officer D.S. John Corbett (Stephen Graham). AC-12 recognize the universal nature of corruption and the police’s deep-seated associations to an organized law-breaking group.