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Line Of Duty
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Title

Line Of Duty

Year released

2016

Genres

Drama

Classification

M
Adult Themes, Violence

Synopsis

A dismembered body is found, and worries grow when DCI Roz Huntley fails to report for Duty. AC-12 challenge the case against Michael Farmer.

Seasons

  • Season 3 (2016)
  • Season 4 (2017)

A popular British series, Line of Duty centres around an anti-corruption unit, with a new case and dirty police officer taking centre stage each season. Add a healthy dose of melodrama and some wonderful acting into mix and you’ve got yourself an addictive (and very satisfying) crime show.

Even better, the show is consistent, taking risks and delivering exciting storylines with each new installment. The only downside? A season only consists of six episodes. Before you know it, you'll already be done with your binge.

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