Uk news Line of Duty's 'H' is unmasked as 'Fourth Man' revelation leaves fans 'confused' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Millions tuned in at 9pm on Sunday night for the final episode of season six as the BBC cop drama reached its dramatic conclusion, bringing an end to AC-12's hunt for bent coppers.

Uk news Line of Duty's 'H' is unmasked as 'Fourth Man' revelation leaves fans 'confused' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Millions tuned in at 9pm on Sunday night for the final episode of season six as the BBC cop drama reached its dramatic conclusion, bringing an end to AC-12's hunt for bent coppers.

Uk news  Line of Duty's 'H' is unmasked as 'Fourth Man' revelation leaves fans 'confused' PremierLeague-News.Com
02 May 2021 - 21:32

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Line of Duty fans were left shocked during tonight's final when 'H' was unmasked - as Detective Superintendant Ian Buckells. Millions tuned in at 9pm on Sunday night for the final episode of season six as the BBC cop drama reached its dramatic conclusion, bringing an end to AC-12's hunt for bent coppers. The mystery of "H", also known as the "Fourth Man", has been the best-kept secret on the show, with fans coming up with wild theories on the shadowy leader of the OCG. During the nail-biting finale, bungling bent copper Buckells revealed as the "Fourth Man". While interrogated by Kate Fleming, Steve Arnott and Ted Hastings, the prisoner admitted to sending orders through a messaging service to Joanne Davidson. He also revealed the OCG was behind many of the show's murders. Line of Duty final shocked fans (Image: BBC) Read More Related Articles Line of Duty star Martin Compston is interrogated over 'H' by SNP MP Mhairi Black The ending scenes showed Hastings admitting to leaking information that lead to the killing of John Corbett to Patricia Charmichael. Post-credit information hinted at a seventh series as it was revealed the scale back of AC-12 continued while Terry Boyle was exonerated. Jo Davidson went into witness protection and was shown to have found a new partner, while the top brass began trying to cover up Buckells' revelations. But not all fans were happy with the finale, while some held out hope for more to be revealed in a possible future series. One wrote: "I waited a whole week to be told Ian buckles is the fourth man." Another commented: "Me tonight after waiting years after years to find out H was buckles." A third wrote: "What an absolute flop of an ending #LineOfDuty" Detective Superintendant Ian Buckells was unmasked as H Read More Related Articles Line of Duty's Martin Compston thanks co-stars for 'mental 10 years' as he drops final hint Some viewers were not convinced over Ian Buckells being unmasked as 'H' and believed there is more of the story to be revealed.

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. Too simple. Obviously he’s the current fall guy. #LineOfDuty." Another commented: "I'm confused. Is Ian Buckles H, a CHIS or both. Mate, mate and the diesel sucker didn't seem convinced. #lineofduty" Top news stories today Sturgeon says covid comes before IndyRef Young disabled Scots in covid hardships Unpaid carers wait months for covid jab Scot vanished with gran's £50k savings It comes as Martin Compston thanked his co-stars for a 'mental 10 years' ahead of tonight's Line of Duty finale - and dropped one last hint that sent fans wild. The Scottish actor, 36, took to social media on Sunday ahead of the series 6 final, sharing sweet throwback photos with Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar and creator Jed Mercurio. He reflected on the past decade and said he would be 'lost without' the trio before crediting the millions of Line of Duty fans tuning in for each episode. The actor couldn't resist dropping one final clue before the final and teased fans with the trademark misspelling linked to the mysterious corrupt police officer 'H', writing: "Answers coming? Definately". What did you think of the ending? Have your say in the comments section.

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