Line of Duty
Crime, Drama, Thriller
Douglas Mackinnon, David Caffrey, Daniel Nettheim, Michael Keillor, John Strickland
Simon Heath, Jed Mercurio, Stephen Wright, Geoff Webb, Peter Norris, Carol Moorhead, Cait Collins, Fergus Haycock, Priscilla Parish, Greg Phillips, Andrew Reid, Roderick Seligman, Christine Healy, Daniel Lawson, Barry Heath
Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston, Craig Parkinson, Keeley Hawes, Neil Morrissey, Mark Bonnar, Polly Walker, James Edlin, Lennie James, Maya Sondhi, Tony Pitts, Aiysha Hart, Fiona Boylan, Kate Ashfield, Claire Keelan, Saffron Davies, Jordyn-Eve Davis Greene, Paul Higgins, Arsher Ali, Christina Chong, Gregory Piper, Andrea Irvine, Niall Macgregor, Henry Pettigrew, Richard Huw, Tomi May, Neet Mohan, Leanne Best, Lisa Palfrey, Michael Nardone, Faraz Ayub, Steve Toussaint, Gina McKee, Sacha Dhawan, Shaun Parkes, Jonas Armstrong, Alison Lintott, Julia Krynke, Charlotte Spencer, Claire Hackett, Ian Beattie, Brian Miller, Marty Cruikshank, Nigel Boyle, Daniel Mays, George Costigan, Brian McCardie, Darren Morfitt, Owen Teale, Lauren O'Rourke, Will Mellor, Joanne Crawford, Niall Cusack, Matt Faris, Tara Flynn, Chetna Pandya, Fo Cullen, David Maybrick, Liz White, Elisa Lasowski, Lucia McAnespie, Antonio Magro, Allison McKenzie, Jeany Spark, Kiran Landa, Paula McGlinchey, Tara Lynne O'Neill, Rebecca O'Mara, Adjoa Andoh, Julia Dearden, Louis Rolston, Heather Craney, Dylan Duffus, Philip Wright, Poppy Miller, Toni Midlane, Mohan Randhawa, Frank Cannon, Victoria Carling, Polly Lloyd, Shashi Rami, Bennett Warden, Elizabeth Hill, Neal Foster, Thomas O'Malley, Jo Donnelly, Shane Gately, Roy Heaybeard, Simon Coury, Richard Doubleday, Breige Roche, Michael Donald, Marjorie Yates, Martin Buchan, Lucy Cray-Miller, Gavin Neilly, Melissa Dean, Mandana Jones, Vicky Hall, Jackie Howe, Natasha Gordon, Melanie Kilburn, David Ryan, Maria Connolly, Laura Hughes, Brian Ferguson, Roseanna Barry, Claire-Louise Cordwell, Jessica Raine, Alexandra Ford, Paul Kennedy, Tom Maguire, Patrick Buchanan, Shaun Mason, Mary Moulds, Richard Croxford, James Murphy, Louise Mardenborough, Sue Kelly, Laurence Saunders, Mark Asante, Neil Broome, Marie Critchley, Adrian Dobson, Tom Fahy, Jonathan Garratt, Simon Hill, Vickie Marks, Mark Roper, Elliott Rosen, Andy Sanderson, Ryan Walker-Edwards, Kris Tait, Thandie Newton, Chrissie Harris, Darran Watt, Kristy Robinson, Simon Millar, Laurence Doherty, Ash Cook, Ross Moneypenny, Aaron Rolph, Martin Fox, Nick Owenford, Brandon James Watts, Richard Buick, Sanjay Ghosh, Glen Robertson, Roman Beguns, Desmond Edwards, Bobby Marno, Terry Noble
Following one multi-stranded investigation over five hours, Line of Duty sees Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott transferred to AC-12, an anti-corruption unit, after a mistaken shooting during a counter-terrorist operation. Alongside Detective Constable Kate Fleming , they are assigned to lead an investigation into the alleged corruption by a popular and successful officer, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Gates. While Gates cleverly manipulates his unit's figures, DS Arnott questions whether Gates is being made a scapegoat for a culture of institutionalized spin, or is guilty of darker corruption.
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.