Line of Duty Series 3 Press Updates:
Five things you need to know about Line of Duty series 3 – Evening Standard
Why everyone should be watching Line of Duty- The Telegraph
The Guardian has Line of Duty as #1 on Thursday 24 March’s best TV.
Meet the cast of Line of Duty Series 3- Radio Times
Danny Mays on why he loves to play the bad cop- Radio Times
Digital Spy “Series 3 will take Line of Duty to another level” says Daniel Mays
The Guardian has a handy catch-up guide for Line of Duty.
Radio Times: “…if ‘Daniel Mays’ isn’t trending on Twitter and being lauded by TV critics after Thursday’s episode then it will be a real crime.”
Jed Mercurio on secrets of Line of Duty series 3 and how he writes the hit police drama.
The Mirror Line of Duty returns with a gripping new police internal affairs case. (Mild spoilers)
The Guardian names Line of Duty one the ten best things for the week.
How to write a crime series (by the experts) via The Times (paywall)
Interview with cast and Jed Mercurio via Belfast Telegraph
What’s On TV interview with Vicky McClure
— Daniel Mays (@DanielMays9) March 15, 2016
Series 3 BBC Two site is now live.
Line Of Duty: Belfast Live goes behind the scenes of explosive police drama.
Line of Duty Series 3 is back (via Metro)
The Guardian has a piece on Daniel Mays interview from Radio Times addressing the struggles that working class writers actors face in the industry.
Irish Examiner has new photos of Daniel Mays (all photos courtesy & copyright of Steffan Hill/BBC/World Productions):
The Sunday Express interview: It’s about the long game.
The Guardian Guide’s piece on Line of Duty: Mays is an expert evoker of dysfunction bubbling under an uneasy veneer of normality.
Daniel Mays makes a return appearance to Sunday Brunch on Sunday 13 March at 9:30 AM, Channel 4. Danny will be discussing Line of Duty and The Caretaker. Catch up episode available for the next 30 days. Includes new clip from Line of Duty episode 1.
Updated 22 March 2016
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