Line Of Duty finally returned to television screens last night, with series 6 now in full swing.
The hotly-anticipated first episode saw Martin Compston’s DS Steve Arnott, Vicky McClure’s DI Kate Fleming, and Adrian Dunbar’s Superintendent Ted Hastings reunite as AC-12 continue its mission to find bent coppers.
The acclaimed show’s dramatic comeback smashed BBC ratings, with fans sending the internet into a frenzy with theories about shady newcomer DCI Joanne Davidson (played by Kelly Macdonald).
But is it available for catch-up and if so, can it be streamed?
Is Line Of Duty season 6 on iPlayer?
Line Of Duty series 6 is available to stream on BBC iPlayer with new episodes arriving each Sunday at 9pm – the same time as it airs on BBC One.
The entire box set is also available, so fans can delve into Jed Mercurio’s crime drama right from the beginning if they fancy a re-watch.
You must be covered by a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer – live, catch up or on demand. This applies to any device and provider you use.
Don’t forget, your TV Licence also covers you to watch or record programmes on any channel as they are being shown on TV or live on an online TV service.
When can I watch episode 2?
The second episode of Line Of Duty is on the way, so fear not.
Fans will be able to tune into the next installment on Sunday
‘Having opened an official inquiry into DCI Jo Davidson and Operation Lighthouse, AC-12 begin to suspect a cover up,’ the official synopsis for the upcoming episode teases.
‘Steve and Chloe dig into Gail Vella’s controversial reporting for clues to her murder and find links to previous AC-12 cases. Their investigation takes a shocking turn when they begin to scrutinise Jo’s personal life.’
Line Of Duty airs Sundays at 9pm on BBC One.Credit: Original article published here.