LINE of Duty fans are convinced Kate Fleming is H after spotting a ‘very guilty’ clue in a new teaser clip.
Last week, fans of the much-loved BBC show were happy to hear the sixth season will premiere on Sunday March 21.
The announcement came with a teaser clip for the series which began with Adrian Dunbar’s Superintendent Ted Hastings saying into a megaphone: “This is Superintendent Hastings, you’ll be treated fairly with the full protection of the law.”
The camera then switches to a tense looking DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) before fans got a close up of Kate (Vicky McClure).
Kate’s face was etched with angst and emotion, and for some viewers, guilt.
Taking to Twitter, a number of Line of Duty fans discussed if the Detective Inspector could be the mysterious ‘H’, who AC-12 have been desperate to expose and catch for seasons now.
One wrote: “Kate Fleming, H?”
Another agreed: “I think that. Undercover all the time.”
A third added: “Kate looking very guilty in this preview clip.”
As well as Ted, Steve and Kate, there’s also a new kid on the block who will join the trio in AC12.
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Actress Kelly MacDonald will take on the role as guest lead Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson.
Earlier this month creator Jed Mercurio told The Sun: “
He previously told The Sun: “Season six proves there is much more ground for us still to cover, in terms of other projects.
“I really want to carry on with Line Of Duty.”
Series six of Line of Duty begins on Sunday, March 21 at 9pm on BBC One.