Series 1 2012 | 5 Episodes
Line of Duty - premiered on June 26, 2012
DS Steve Arnott is transferred to the police anti-corruption unit after the death of a man in a mistaken shooting during a counter-terrorist operation by another cop.
Series 2 2014 | 6 Episodes
Line of Duty - premiered on February 12, 2014
An ambush of a police convoy results in three police officers dead and a protected witness seriously injured. The sole surviving police officer is Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton. Deputy Chief Constable Mike Dryden takes personal charge, assigning AC-12 to the case. Initially AC-12’s most valuable witness, the suspicion soon arises that Denton could be their prime suspect. In the ...
Series 3 2016 | 6 Episodes
Line of Duty - premiered on March 24, 2016
After a criminal is shot dead during a police raid, the AC-12 team begins examining the conduct of Sergeant Danny Waldron, leader of an elite unit. But Waldron’s loyal team obstructs the investigation, and the truth about the shooting proves more complicated than Arnott and Fleming could ever have imagined.
Series 4 2017 | 6 Episodes
Line of Duty - premiered on March 26, 2017
The fourth series sees AC-12 facing their most devious opponent yet! Under pressure from her superiors, DCI Roz Huntley charges a young man with a series of murders after months of fruitless investigation, but is he guilty? The Chief Forensic Investigator has doubts and turns to AC-12.
Series 5 2019 | 6 Episodes
Line of Duty - premiered on March 31, 2019
Series 5 follows the actions of Superintendent Ted Hastings, D.I. Kate Fleming and D.S. Steve Arnott as they investigate an Organised Crime Group with links to missing undercover officer D.S. John Corbett.
|Martin Compston||DS Steve Arnott|
|Vicky McClure||DC Kate Fleming|
|Adrian Dunbar||SI Ted Hastings|
|Gregory Piper||Ryan Pilkington|
|Polly Walker||Gill Biggeloe|
|Stephen Graham||John Corbett|
|Rochenda Sandall||Lisa McQueen|
We were stuck for something to watch on Netflix and hit play for the heck of it. What a pleasant surprise Line of Duty has turned out to be. It's gritty, very well acted and deals with the subject of police corruption and police investigating their own people. The characters are believable and the plots are very clever and at times quite gripping, especially the internal investigation interviews. Those alone are worth watching, as well as the courtroom scenes. I also like the attention to detail that is paid to investigations, where the outcome could hinge on the tiniest element either covered up by a corrupt officer, or missed by an investigator. Compulsive viewing for police drama fans.id : 5c236910c3a368700eef8dd5