UK Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has his say on divisive series six ending last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- More than 12 million people tuned in on Sunday night to watch the final episode of the current series of the BBC One cop drama
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has had his say on the ending of series six on Sunday after dividing viewers. More than 12 million people tuned in on Sunday night to watch the final episode of the current series of the BBC One cop drama. And if you're not one of those 12 million and still need to catch up, look away now as there are spoilers ahead. Fans eagerly watched six episodes before episode seven finally revealed the 'fourth man' previously known as 'H' that AC-12 have been chipping away at for years. And it was DS Ian Buckells who was unmasked as the unlikely culprit and sat through a classic LoD interrogation scene. Read More Related Articles Corrie fans are saying the same thing about latest Carla Connor and Sharon Bentley scenes Read More Related Articles Corrie fans feel sick at 'unwatchable' Tyrone and Alina sex scene But fans felt the last episode lacked the drama seen in previous series and wonder what the point was in a calmer ending which saw Jo Davidson living a new life in witness protection, Buckells in prison and Ted Hastings letting Patricia Charmichael know he wasn't going to be forced into retirement. DI Steve Arnott actor Martin Compston has already responded to fans disappointment but the show's creator has also commented. In response to an article detailing how Line of Duty smashed viewing figures, Jed tweeted: "We're honoured and flattered by the viewing figures for #LineofDuty6. "We knew attempting to explore the real nature of corruption in our society wouldn't appeal to everyone, but we do sincerely thank you all for watching.
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." And fans also seem to have come to terms with the ending too. "I understand the ending a bit more now, on reflection and after sleeping on it. This season finale could turn out to be a bit of a grower. One thing I’m sure of is that it was one of Adrian Dunbar’s very best episode performances as Ted," one tweeted in response. Another said: "Thank you for this distraction for the past 7 weeks! sundays will be so boring now pls give us a series 7." "I think that because of how exciting the series had been so far, we have been spoiled, lots of us were expecting an explosive end, but on reflection it was the perfect and extremely relevant to our times ending. And the trio in the lift was lovely. Well done to you all," a third said.