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The massive query hanging over the sixth sequence of Jed Mercurio’s BBC thriller is the id of the ultimate member of “H”, an elusive syndicate made up of 4 corrupt coppers, with many speculating that it could possibly be fan-favourite Hastings.
In a brand new interview with Elizabeth Day on her podcast Tips on how to Fail, Dunbar has revealed he’s… anticipate it… NOT the perpetrator.
Talking in regards to the second Mercurio advised him he was not in H, Dunbar mentioned: “It was a aid for me, as I spent all this time taking part in this character and I all the time thought Ted had a way of responsibility and an ethical core. And to have discovered I used to be this arch villain… I’d have been in actual problem accepting that.”
He added: “Jed is conscious of our viewers and so they know Ted has a way of ethical fortitude. I’m glad he got here out of it with flying colors.”
Line of Responsibility could also be famend for its consideration to element and meticulous plotting, however followers did spot a blunder within the newest episode.
At one level throughout episode three, Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) is seen hurrying right into a carry to keep away from taking a medication take a look at.
Because the detective backs right into a nook, the whole determine of a cameraman is seen in together with the body.
Viewers picked up on the gaffe, with one individual writing on social media: “Every little thing okay Steve, you appear to have a television digicam within the carry with you there.”
Line of Responsibility airs on Sunday nights at 9pm on BBC One.