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Number 8 still gives me serious chills.
A drama about the investigations of AC-12, a controversial police anticorruption unit.
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In This Story: Line of Duty
Line of Duty is a hit television show, aired in the UK by BBC One.
Synopsis: “DS Steve Arnott is transferred to the anti-corruption unit after he refuses to participate in a cover-up that involves an innocent man getting shot in a police encounter.”
The show is entering it’s sixth season in 2021, having launched on 26 June 2012.