Martin Compston and Line of Duty pals discuss show's comeback but there's a MAJOR twist | The Sun

MARTIN Compston and his Line of Duty chums are set to discuss a comeback – but there could be a MAJOR twist.

The Scots actor along with co-stars Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure are grabbing a curry at the end of this month to chew over the show's future.


Also popping by is series creator Jed Mercurio – who recently teased the seventh season of the hit BBC show.

With the Superintendent Hastings actor hopeful the cop drama will return to screens, he told The Times: "I think we might hear something.”

"That 'something' is whether we’re going to see another Line of Duty.

Last years finale pulled in 15.24million viewers, making it the UK’s most-watched drama series of the 21st century.

Many viewers were left disappointed by the outcome of the season finale, after ‘H’ was eventually unmasked.

However loyal fans may be in for a treat, as the AC-12 trio hinted at a seventh season -but there's a catch.

Dunbar admitted: “There’s a big appetite for more Line of Duty.”

“It could be three or four episodes, I don’t think there’s going to be six for some reason.

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"It might be two 90 minutes. But it’s all entirely down to Jed what the storyline is going to be. It’s a big ask for him.”

It comes after Line of Duty bosses locked down Glasgow streets as they begin to film a new crime drama.

Major roads will be shut this week as crew will be in and around the southside of the city.

And Adrian Dunbar has suggested the hit police drama could also return as a movie.

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