"There’s a line. It’s called right and wrong and I know which side my duty lies"
Well, that's what you call a series finale! After the brilliant fake-out of Danny Waldron not being the new Tony Gates or Lindsay Denton, Jed Mercurio's Line of Duty took us further than we ever could have dared into the murky world of police corruption, weaving together story strands from all three series into an overarching conspiracy thriller that has to rank as one of the televisual highlights of the year so far.
My Episode 1 review
can be found here and I won't say much more here than to recommend you buy the DVD boxset now.
Labels: Adjoa Andoh, Adrian Dunbar, Brian Ferguson, Craig Parkinson, Daniel Mays, Keeley Hawes, Leanne Best, Lisa Palfrey, Martin Compston, Natasha Gordon, Neil Morrissey, Poppy Miller, TV, Vicky McClure