Line of Duty season 4←Line of Duty season 3 Line of Duty season 5→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Adrian Dunbar, Vicky McClure, Martin Compston, Royce Pierreson, Thandie Newton, Lennie James, Craig Parkinson, Jessica Raine, Mark Bonnar, Keeley Hawes, Faraz Ayub, Neil Morrissey, Gina McKee Genre:Crime, Drama, Thriller Channel:BBC One Status:Continuing
As used herein, collected the latest information about the show Line of Duty. Steve Arnott continues to play the role of the main character of the series. Career of this young, promising police periodically undergoes changes. In the beginning, he was elected to the post of managing anti-terrorist operation. However, the sum does not progress well, since the death of the аrab played a role in this matter. As a result, Arnott, deprived of a place guidance and becomes an employee of the internal investigation. The process of this work introduces the hero, with anti-corruption matters. In the fourth season, Line of Duty series, whose release date is scheduled for the spring of 2017, Steve Arnott will investigate the case, are connected with the insidious of Stand detective Tony Gates. He is to learn what lies the truth and who was involved in this incident. The investigation is accompanied by a rather confusing statements. Kate Fleming comes to help Steve. With his well-known rigor and his own unique methods of investigation, the work begins to move much faster. We are grateful for your left comments about the project.
Line of Duty season 4 episodes list:
DCI Roz Huntley is under intense pressure from her superiors to apprehend a serial murderer after months of fruitless investigation. When another young woman is abducted, Roz is on the scene to track down and charge a 24-year-old man. But doubts around the young man's guilt lead the chief forensic investigator to ask AC-12 to investigate. Is Roz ignoring forensic evidence that might prove the young man's innocence? AC-12's Supt Hastings places DS Kate Fleming undercover inside Roz's team to dig deeper into the case. With DS Steve Arnott piling on pressure from the outside, Roz is forced to act decisively. A mother of two and wife to Nick, Roz will do anything to stop her life from unravelling.
A dismembered body is discovered, and worries grow when DCI Roz Huntley fails to report for duty. AC-12 crank up their investigation into Operation Trapdoor, concerned that Michael Farmer will go to jail for crimes he didn't commit. With suspicions that Roz may have withheld crucial evidence, a new DCI is drafted in to run Operation Trapdoor. Kate makes progress in her undercover role, but AC-12's investigation falters when they realise that their main informant, forensic investigator Tim Ifield, has also gone missing.
As AC-12 wrestle with the new forensic evidence casting doubt over Tim Ifield, Kate is approached by another woman claiming to have been assaulted by Michael Farmer. While Steve fumes over this contradictory testimony, Kate uses her newfound respect to inveigle herself with the Trapdoor team. Meanwhile, Steve challenges Roz's husband Nick to vouch for his wife's whereabouts on the night Tim Ifield went missing. With Nick proving evasive, Steve senses a whole new angle on the investigation.
Roz's husband Nick is brought in for questioning by AC-12. But while Nick denies any involvement in Steve's attack, his suspicions about Roz mount. Meanwhile, AC-12 discover new anomalies in the forensic evidence and issue DCI Roz Huntley with a second Reg 15 notice. AC-12's case appears watertight until Roz starts dismantling their evidence with inside information of her own.
DCI Roz Huntley struggles to allay her husband's suspicions. AC-12 find a new angle to pursue their case against her.
While Nick Huntley faces lengthy questioning, AC-12 remain convinced of Roz's involvement.