Stars Of ‘Karen Pirie’ Lauren Lyle & Emer Kenny Share All The Details On The New Drama |This Morning

Stars of ‘karen pirie’ lauren lyle & emer kenny share all the details on the new drama |this morning

This Morning published this video item, entitled “Stars Of ‘Karen Pirie’ Lauren Lyle & Emer Kenny Share All The Details On The New Drama |This Morning” – below is their description.

‘Karen Pirie’ is ITV’s newest crime drama from the makers of Line of Duty, which has already drawn in huge audiences with its suspense and humour. After last week’s dramatic episode, stars Lauren Lyle and Emer Kenny joined Alison and Dermot to share all on the making of the drama and what’s next.

Broadcast on 30/09/22

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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.

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