Line of Duty (2012) 5 Episodes
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DS Steve Arnott is transferred to a police anticorruption unit after he refuses to be part of a cover-up involving an accidental shooting. There, he partners with DC Kate Fleming to investigate a fellow officer. The show has been renewed for a second season.
Reviews of Line of Duty:
Line of Duty is a a sort of “The Bill meets The Wire meets Eden Lake”. It’s a whole lot of shouting, double-bluffing and bolt-cutter manicures. It has gangsters lynched from lamp-posts, acres of bureaucratic red-tape, multi-layered police corruption, bloody-puddles, screeching tyres and Gina McKee dirty talking to Lennie James. — The Independent, Grace Dent
Line of Duty is particularly notable because it’s the kind of show that American networks generally don’t provide: a gripping, plot-driven series that may or may not last beyond its limited run. — Slate, June Thomas
Line of Duty: Episode 1
Working in the Police Anti-Corruption Unit, Steve Arnott plays a game of cat and mouse to unearth the truth about his target, Det. Tony Gates.
Line of Duty: Episode 2
Having been duped into covering up Jackie’s hit and run, Gates desperately tries to sever ties with her as Arnott and Fleming close in on his secret.
Line of Duty: Episode 3
With Fleming’s help, the anticorruption team tries to trap Gates into revealing his involvement in covering up Jackie’s crimes.
Line of Duty: Episode 4
Desperate for proof of Gates’s corruption, Fleming pushes her relationship with him to the limit, causing Morton to question her loyalty.
Line of Duty: Episode 5
With Gates on the run, the anticorruption team is under pressure to close the case, and Arnott faces tough decisions about where his loyalties lie.