Daily uk news Line Of Duty's Adrian Dunbar says it's a big 'relief' to NOT be H and admits he would have found it 'difficult to accept' Ted Hastings was a 'baddie' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Line Of Duty star, 62, who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings, added that it would have been 'difficult to accept' his character was a 'baddie' or 'arch villain'.

Daily uk news Line Of Duty's Adrian Dunbar says it's a big 'relief' to NOT be H and admits he would have found it 'difficult to accept' Ted Hastings was a 'baddie' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Line Of Duty star, 62, who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings, added that it would have been 'difficult to accept' his character was a 'baddie' or 'arch villain'.

Daily uk news  Line Of Duty's Adrian Dunbar says it's a big 'relief' to NOT be H and admits he would have found it 'difficult to accept' Ted Hastings was a 'baddie' PremierLeague-News.Com
08 April 2021 - 01:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Adrian Dunbar has admitted it was a big 'relief' to discover his character wasn't H at the end of series five.The Line Of Duty star, 62, who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings, added that it would have been 'difficult to accept' his character was a 'baddie' or 'arch villain'.Speaking on the How To Fail podcast, Adrian said also admitted that he's recognised by real police officers and gushed that its a 'privilege' to be in a long-running show. It's not him! Adrian Dunbar has admitted it was a big 'relief' to discover his character wasn't H at the end of series five (pictured with co-star Martin Compston as Steve Arnott)Reflecting on finding out he wasn't H when he got handed the series 5 script, Adrian said: 'It was absolutely a relief for me, as I spent all this time playing this character as I saw him with a sense of duty and a moral core.'And to have found out I was somehow an arch villain... I would have been in real difficulty accepting that. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Line Of Duty star Adrian Dunbar reveals he cheated death... Neil Morrissey admits he's begged Jed Mercurio to write his... Line Of Duty viewers convinced they've spotted a major... 'The name's Hastings ma'am, like the battle!': Line of Duty... Share this article Share 'Also Jed was aware that our audience and audiences in general, like to think that those people who are in charge do have a sense of moral fortitude and that there are people out there who will do the right thing…'So all that was riding on the idea that Ted could be a baddie, so I am glad he came out of it with flying colours.' The search continues: The Line Of Duty star, 62, added that it would have been 'difficult to accept' his character was a 'baddie' (pictured middle with Vicky McClure and Martin)At the end of the last season of the show, it had been suspected that AC-12 head Ted could be H - the fourth man at large during an ongoing hunt for the 'bent copper'. However beloved Ted managed to clear his name and was given a final written warning for misconduct, meaning the mystery and hunt for H continues.Elsewhere on his podcast appearance Adrian revealed that real police officers do recognise him and sometimes give a wave or thumbs up.He said: 'The police recognise me and might give me a thumbs up and it's quite good fun that.'I think they do appreciate that Line of Duty does try and show that there is a lot of slog in police work. 'There's lots of sitting in front of computers for hours on end trying to find one clue… and we a bit of that and show it takes a long time to get to the answers sometimes.'   Huge hit: Adrian said also gushed that its a 'privilege' to be in a long-running show (pictured during series six)Adrian also reflected on his career, and time working in an abattoir as a young man, saying that he feels lucky to have landed Line Of Duty. He said: 'Now I realise what a privilege it is to be in a long-running TV series. The downside is you get attached to your character and the other characters and you don't want it to stop, and with Jed you don't know if you are going to be killed or end up being a baddie.'But the success coming now at this stage has been good for me, as I feel I am ready for it, and to deal with it. Line Of Duty is so big, so you have to know how to deal with the attention.'I know myself better now. I was working in an abattoir when I started so my expectations were quite low. So everything seemed a bit of a fluke, so you don't seem to take them that seriously.'  'People want to enjoy the escapism': It comes after Vicky admitted she hasn't revealed H's identity to her closest friends and family (pictured with co-star Kelly MacDonald)Dozens of fan theories about H have sprung up since the show started, with many of the actors refusing to comment on who it might be.    Vicky McClure recently admitted she hasn't revealed H's identity to her closest friends as she believes 'people want to enjoy the escapism' surrounding the villain. On remaining tight-lipped about the character, the thespian told Stylist: 'I've never been offered anything to reveal H's identity. And they'd be idiotic to try. 'Even my friends and family don't want to know [spoilers].

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. And Jonny [her fiancé] came in. He just went, ''I don't want to know.''During the last season of the show, it had been suspected that Hastings could be the 'H' - the fourth man at large during an ongoing hunt for the 'bent copper'.However, a new wild theory involves John Corbett's widow Steph, after fans noticed an intricate 'clue' hidden in her kitchen tiles during Sunday's episode of the show. Ha! Line Of Duty viewer's latest H theory involves John Corbett's widow Steph, after they noticed an intricate 'clue' hidden in her kitchen tiles during Sunday's episode of the show Reaction: Fans were convinced that the 'H' pattern in Steph's tiles was a link to the man or woman AC-12 have been hunting for the past six seriesDuring the latest instalment of the hit police drama, many viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts after noticing the very telling detail. Fans were convinced that the 'H' pattern in Steph's tiles was a link to the man or woman AC-12 have been hunting for the past six series.One person on social media wrote: 'Steph's kitchen tiles say 'H' on them... just saying... #LineOfDuty.'Another person said: 'Her kitchen tiles are in the shape of a 'H'. What could this mean? #LineOfDuty #LineOfDuty6 #LOD.'A third exclaimed: 'There's a H in the tiles!! #LineOfDuty.'Another joked that there was no way the tiles were relevant, and said: 'Stop it! We've gone too far. The final 'H' is not going to be identified by a kitchen tile ffs. LINE OF DUTY: WHO IS THE FOURTH 'H'? Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio excited fans when he shared the first clue about the plot of season six to Twitter.Uploading a snap of a packet of the Australian chocolate biscuits TimTams with the caption '#LineofDuty Series 6 Plot Clue No. 1', fans began to ferociously speculate as to what it might mean.But one plot point hanging over the next season of the show is about the identity of the ominous 'H'.While the mystery was somewhat answered in the season five finale, it was also revealed that there are FOUR people pertaining to be 'H', with the final one still unknown.So who could it be?Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin) Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin)She was one of season five's stand-out characters, swooping in towards the end of the series to interrogate Ted Hastings - highly suspected to be 'H' at the time.And while she simply seemed to be excellent at her job - and hellbent on uncovering the corruption within the department - could it be that Patricia Carmichael was SO keen to pin the blame on Ted to take the focus away from herself.Could SHE be the fourth 'H'?Her position of power and respect, along with her unnaturally steely and cut-throat demeanor, could well point to this.Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar)Ted Hastings was pinpointed by viewers of the show, as well as the characters on the show, to be a candidate for 'H'.But it seemed he was exonerated by the end of season five, allowed to walk free.But could be potentially be triple-crossing us all? Could he in fact STILL be the potential fourth 'H'.The biggest issue with this theory is that Gill Biggeloe - one of the three revealed to be 'H' - was so against him. Surely she wouldn't be working to deter him if they were in league?UNLESS, she doesn't KNOW he is the fourth 'H'?DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider) DCC Andrea Wise (Elizabeth Rider)Detective Chief Constable Andrea Wise was new to the show in season five and is another high-powered contender for 'H'.She has been constantly interfering when it has come to supporting AC-12’s investigations, removing them from the investigation into Operation Pear Tree. She also instigated the Ted Hastings investigation.She is also keen to cover up police corruption, despite announcing at the end of season five: 'This constabulary will work tirelessly to root out rotten apples in its ranks.'PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti) PCC Rohan Sindwhani (Ace Bhatti)Police and Crime Commissioner Rohan Sindwhani demanded to be 'in on' a meeting between Andrea Wise and Ted Hastings. This might be a small clue but any clue could be valid at this point.Any shady behavior suggests 'H' is at play, and so Rohan could indeed be culpable.  adverts.addToArray({"pos":"mpu_factbox"})Advertisement

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