The fourth season of Line Of Duty will premiere on BBC One on Sunday March 26th at 9pm, it has been announced.
From Jed Mercurio, Line Of Duty follows police anti-corruption unit AC-12. The show’s fourth season focusses on DCI Roz Huntley and her team, who are in the thick of a career-defining case: Operation Trapdoor. Under intense pressure to catch the culprit and prove herself to her superiors, and facing conflict with one of her colleagues, it’s not long before AC-12 decide to probe her handling of the investigation.
The drama series is produced by World Productions and stars Martin Compston as DS Steve Arnott, Vicky McClure as DS Kate Fleming, Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings and Maya Sodhi as PC Maneet Bindra. Cast additions for season four include Thandie Newton (The Slap), Patrixk Fitzsymons (The Fall), Lee Ingleby (Our Zoo), Jason Watkins (The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies) and Royce Pierreson (Death In Paradise). Cait Collins is the series producer, while Jed Mercurio, Simon Heath and the BBC’s Stephen Wright are serving as executive producers. Alex Winckler (Crims) and John Strickland, who helmed the final three episodes of season three, are the directors.
TVWise’s UK Premiere Dates page has been updated with this new information.