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Line of Duty Episode 3

Catch up with Line of Duty episode 3 via BBC iPlayer for the next 30 days.

DS Steve Arnott believes there is a dark secret in Danny Waldron’s past. But while DI Cottan is commended for cracking the Waldron case, the spotlight falls on Arnott’s questionable conduct in a previous enquiry.

Episode 4 airs Thursday 14 April at 9PM on BBC Two. Get a sneak peek.

Episode one
Episode two

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Line of Duty Series 3 Episode 3 Reviews & Recaps

Line of Duty Series 3 episode 3– 7 April 2016- We learn the sad truth about Danny Waldron’s past and what lead to his actions in episode 1.

We will be posting reviews and recaps after each episode airs.  If you’d rather not know what has happened until you have watched please proceed with caution on the following links:

The Guardian: Excellent blog and discussion of each episode.

Radio Times: Episode review and 9 burning questions from episode 3.

Den of Geek

Huffington Post

Daily Express: Interestingly enough, series three’s original chief villain actually turned out to be the unlikely hero. You really started to feel sorry for Danny and his tragic life.

BT TV: Six questions we are all asking after episode 3.

 
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Line of Duty Episode 2

That was certainly a roller-coaster ride of a Line of Duty episode! We won’t spoil the shocking and stunning events that took place and suggest you watch the episode as soon as possible if you haven’t already!

Catch up with episode 2 via BBC iPlayer for the next 30 days.

Episode 3 airs Thursday 7 April at 9PM on BBC Two. Get a sneak peek.

Episode one

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Line of Duty Series 3 Episode 2 Reviews & Recaps

Line of Duty Series 3 episode 2 – 31 March 2016 (Happy Birthday to Danny Mays!)

We will be posting reviews and recaps after each episode airs.  If you’d rather not know what has happened until you have watched please proceed with caution on the following links:

The Telegraph: Did Line of Duty give us the most thrilling shock of 2016?

The Guardian: You ain’t seen nothing yet.

The Sun: Line Of Duty is a compellingly complicated cauldron of corruption

Digital Spy: The suspense is terrible… we hope it will last!

Cult Box: The man deserves a BAFTA re: Daniel Mays’s stunning performance

Den of Geek: If paranoia were a drug, Line Of Duty is a top-rung dealer.

Daily Express: We’re really falling down the Line of Duty rabbit hole now.

BT.com: Episode 2 is all about questions. Oh, and there are a few shocks too. But mainly questions.

Updated 31 March

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Line of Duty Premieres TONIGHT!

The much-anticipated Line of Duty series 3 premiere is tonight at 9PM on BBC Two.

Daniel Mays stars as Sergeant Danny Waldron, the highly proficient leader of an Armed Response Unit whose unpredictable behaviour is becoming a threat to colleagues and suspects. When AC-12 are called in to investigate Danny’s conduct, even they could find themselves in the firing line. Mays joins returning cast Martin Compston as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott, Vicky McClure as Detective Constable Kate Fleming and Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings.

Tune in tonight at 9PM on BBC Two.

The episode will be available on BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast.

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The Story So Far: Line of Duty

A special Line of Duty 13 minute catch-up episode  is now available for viewing online on via BBC iPlayer. The episode features Daniel Mays as Sgt Danny Waldron.

Watch the episode here (now available for 7 days)

Series 3 premieres Thursday 24 March at 9PM on BBC Two.

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Line of Duty – Danny Waldron 

Introducing Danny Waldron as portrayed by Daniel Mays in Series 3 of Line of Duty:

Danny is a member of an armed response unit and is the new protagonist of the show. He is a very complex character. On the surface, he’s incredibly driven and ambitious, great at his job and rules his team with an iron fist.

There are many different layers to him and he’s got a lot of issues that he’s dealing with. In episode one, he’s put under investigation, and as the story unfolds we realise the inner workings of his character and what is motivating him to do these dangerous and unpredictable things.

Check out the other character descriptions at the Line of Duty official website.

The first episode of series 3 premieres Thursday 24 March at 9 PM on BBC Two. You do not want to miss this explosive series opener!

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Line of Duty Series 3 Begins Thursday 24 March

BBC has confirmed today that Line of Duty series 3 will begin on Thursday 24 March at 9PM on BBC Two.

Daniel Mays stars as Sergeant Danny Waldron:
The series opens with the fatal shooting of a criminal suspect by an armed response unit led by Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays).

Danny and his team claim they acted in self-defence, but AC-12, led by Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), gather evidence that suggests that this was a deliberate killing. Under interview, Danny confidently rebuts all of AC-12’s accusations that he acted unlawfully, so DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) is sent undercover into Danny’s team to find out more.

Ingratiating herself to her new colleagues, Kate is quick to identify tensions and conflict between Danny and his team. But when Kate’s own conduct comes under scrutiny she finds herself sidelined from an armed drugs raid that goes very badly wrong.

Line of Duty series 3 consists of 6 episodes through 28 April.

Tune in to BBC Two every Thursday evening at 9PM for this thrilling series.

Series 3 media pack

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Line of Duty Series 3 – Media Pack

The BBC has released the Line of Duty series 3 media pack today featuring interviews with the cast, including Daniel Mays (pgs 6-7).

Premiering the week commencing 20 March (date and time TBD).

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Daniel Mays as Sgt Danny Waldron in Line of Duty series 3.

Line Of Duty returns to BBC Two and pits AC-12 against their most dangerous adversary yet.

Series three opens with the fatal shooting of a criminal suspect by an armed response unit led by Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays).

Danny and his team claim they acted in self-defence, but AC-12, led by Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), gather evidence that suggests that this was a deliberate killing. Under interview, Danny confidently rebuts all of AC-12’s accusations that he acted unlawfully, so DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) is sent undercover into Danny’s team to find out more.

Ingratiating herself to her new colleagues, Kate is quick to identify tensions and conflict between Danny and his team. But when Kate’s own conduct comes under scrutiny, she finds herself sidelined from an armed drugs raid that goes very badly wrong.

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Line of Duty Series 3 Premieres week of 20 March 2016

Line of Duty series 3 will premiere during the week of 20 March 2016 on BBC Two. UPDATED 9 March: Line of Duty will premiere on Thursday 24 March at 9PM on BBC Two.

Mays will play Sergeant Danny Waldron, the highly proficient leader of an Armed Response Unit whose unpredictable behaviour is becoming a threat to colleagues and suspects. When AC-12 are called in to investigate Danny’s conduct, even they could find themselves in the firing line. Mays joins returning cast Martin Compston as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott, Vicky McClure as Detective Constable Kate Fleming and Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings.

Episode 1 synopsis

Line of Duty series 3 trailer:

We cannot wait for you all to see this exciting series!

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