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Line of Duty fans convinced Kate Fleming is H after explosive stand-off in series six teaser

Line of Duty is returning to screens this month, with the AC-12 crew facing another intense investigation.

A series six teaser was recently dropped on Twitter, getting us all wildly excited ahead of the March 21 release date.

The brief video showed a standoff between Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and an unknown character – with fans already trying to piece the action together.

And they’re convinced that Kate has been unveiled as the elusive H.

In the 15-second clip, Ted was seen speaking into a megaphone, stating: ‘You’ll be treated fairly with the full protection of the law.’

The camera then panned to across to Kate and another character standing in front of a car with their hands up.

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What has Kate Fleming been up to? (Picture: Twitter)

Right on cue, fans began speculating on whether or not the officer is guilty – and whether she could be hiding her true nature.

A follower penned: ‘I hope Kate hasn’t been naughty…..!!’

Another agreed: ‘I’m convinced she’s a baddy!’

‘Hands up who thinks Kate Fleming is H in @Line_of_duty,’ one speculated.

‘If Kate turns out to be bent omg it would be such a twist,’ a Twitter user commented.

As a viewer added: Kate is H, calling it now!!’

Thankfully we don’t have too long until we get some answers – and probably a lot more questions – as Line of Duty season six premieres on March 21.

The main trio are all back for another case, and they will be joined by Shalom Brune-Franklin as DC Chloe Bishop, a new addition to AC-12.

Little is known about the plot, but the episodes will focus on DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald), the senior investigating officer on an unsolved murder case whose suspicious conduct attracts their attention.

We’ve been treated to a bumper series of seven episodes – instead of the usual six instalments – meaning there will be even more twists and turns to navigate.

Line of Duty returns to BBC One on March 21, with series one to five available to stream on iPlayer. 


Credit: Original article published here.

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