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Actors Of "Line of Duty - Season 6"
Critics Of "Line of Duty - Season 6"
March 29, 2021 Newbies to Duty may find it takes a little while to learn the lingo, but persevere, and you'll find cracking drama amongst the seemingly scrupulous attention to detail.Read in Source
The Mail on Sunday (UK)
March 29, 2021 All the acronyms have reached the point where they seem self-parodying... However, I am compelled to keep going.Read in Source
Daily Mail (UK)
March 30, 2021 It all feels very much as if Line Of Duty is running out of energy and impetus. Six seasons is one too many.Read in Source
London Evening Standard
March 22, 2021 In the best way, it recalled the first episode of the show's superlative second series: could Macdonald's intriguing, softly-spoken Davidson become an anti-hero to rival Keeley Hawes' Lindsay Denton?Read in Source
The Herald (Scotland)
March 26, 2021 Line of Duty has been a smash for lots of reasons. The tight as a tourniquet plotting. The sensational twists. The slick editing. But at its heart are the three main characters, the little family against the machine.Read in Source
March 24, 2021 As we embark on series six, a far greater problem is the weight of the past. As the plot races on, names and events float to the surface of my consciousness like something disturbing in a canal.Read in Source
March 30, 2021 There is great potential here but last night's episode was at times impenetrable, as if taking our loyalties for granted. If I had been watching for the first time I might have switched off.Read in Source
March 22, 2021 The first episode of series six returns to what Line of Duty does best: dodgy coppers, tense action and characters who communicate almost exclusively in acronyms.Read in Source
The Arts Desk
March 22, 2021 Labyrinthine plotting aside, it's LoD's characterisations that fuel its murky allure. Nobody is squeaky clean or unambiguous.Read in Source
March 29, 2021 I have hopes for Macdonald as the most intriguing villain yet. The acting, the facial hints of a double, if not triple, life, subtle, that ageless face able to morph from tender to slab-cold cruel within an eyebrow.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...