Line of Duty Season 7 is on its way to hit the screens soon and provide the much-awaited delivery to the fans of the series. The series has a customer base of 13 million viewers from the last six seasons of mouth-dropping content, which makes it more in vogue and a daily discussion.
Jed Mercurio, the most dedicated sequel creator, and director has plotted it on the foundation of political corruption, edgy incidents, breathtaking twists, and suspense.
The lead cast of the season is expected to be Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure), Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), and Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) all together as earlier. Moreover, the return of DC Chloe Bishop (Shalom Brune-Franklin) could start a new beginning for the entire season. On the contrary, to the previous 36 episodes, the latest season is going to introduce and include Anna Maxwell Martin as the antagonist and devil Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael.
The till-day revelations depict the storyline as the unveiling of the much-suspected traitor within the police force, detective superintendent Ian Buckell’s (Nigel Boyce) as the fourth individual covering up for the OCG. Ian Buckell is expected to be the hideous person that AC-12 has been looking for ever since. However, it doesn’t put the suspense and thrill to an end rather insights the audience to think deeply about how could be the plotting be so exposed and self-explanatory. So, something big, new, intriguing, and concealed will be uncovered once the content is on the screen and the buzz is in the air.
Moreover, season 6 had many open-ended questions and unaddressed queries which are the clues that season 7 is going to make a big footstep. This is evident from the fact that the key players remain alive and bringing some unexplained endings to a conclusion will glue the audience to the creation. Furthermore, the last season indicated the demise of OCG but that is blurry because of the unexpected and uneventful ending of the most rivalrous opponent.