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Adrian Dunbar teases the return of Line of Duty as he hints that he may film after the stage show ends


Adrian Dunbar teased the return of Line of Duty during an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday.

The 65-year-old actor played Ted Hastings in the BBC police drama, which last aired in 2021, for almost a decade and is currently starring in the musical Kiss Me, Kate in London’s West End.

Joining presenters Susanna Reid and Ed Balls on the ITV show, Adrian admitted he may film after his stage show ends in September.

When asked about the possibility of another series, he said: “Well I think so, Vicky (McClure) thinks so, Martin (Compston) thinks so.

‘Everyone thinks so! I think it will be up to the BBC and Jed Mercurio when and if we do it.’

Adrian Dunbar teased the return of Line of Duty during an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday

The 65-year-old actor played Ted Hastings in the BBC police drama, which last aired in 2021, for almost a decade and is currently starring in the musical Kiss Me, Kate in London's West End.

The 65-year-old actor played Ted Hastings in the BBC police drama, which last aired in 2021, for almost a decade and is currently starring in the musical Kiss Me, Kate in London’s West End.

He added: «Hopefully someone will make a decision at some point.»

Ed asked how long it would take to create a new series, and Adrian explained: “First, Jed will have to write what he’s going to write. This won’t happen overnight.

“Then the BBC will have to decide when we shoot it, where we shoot it.

“Hopefully we’ll go back to Belfast, that’s where we filmed everything. It will definitely be a year.”

End of next year? Maybe,» he added.

In May, Adrian shared his hopes that the series would return before it «got old».

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He told The Times: “We all want it back. It’s fitting that today should be (Vicky McClure and Martin Compton’s joint birthday) because I really don’t want them to get old.

“I don’t even want to get old because we don’t want to come back when we’re in a wheelchair. Ted Hastings with a Zimmer frame.’

Joining presenters Susanna Reid and Ed Balls on the ITV show, Adrian admitted he may film after his stage show ends in September.

Joining presenters Susanna Reid and Ed Balls on the ITV show, Adrian admitted he may film after his stage show ends in September.

Adrain just made his musical theater debut alongside Stephanie J. Black (pictured)

Adrain just made his musical theater debut alongside Stephanie J. Black (pictured)

Ed asked how long it would take to produce the new series, and Adrian explained: 'Jed will have to write what he's going to write first.  It won't happen overnight'

Ed asked how long it would take to create a new series, and Adrian explained: “First, Jed will have to write what he’s going to write. It won’t happen overnight’

Following the sixth season of Line Of Duty, fans across the country were left «furious» as the harrowing series finale drew to a close and the mysterious antagonist ‘H’ was finally revealed.

Die-hard fans took to social media in droves to share their frustrations when cops from the police’s anti-corruption unit AC-12 discovered the identity of the elusive ‘fourth man’ who was working with an organized crime group (OCG). none other than DSU’s Ian Buckells.

After the performance, all the trending words on social media were «furious», «disappointed» and «overwhelmed».

And the disbelief that it could be him was compounded by how he was only caught because of his repeated misspelling of the word «certainly» – hardly the fault of a hardened criminal.

Following the sixth season of Line Of Duty, fans across the country were left

Following the sixth season of Line Of Duty, fans across the country were left «furious» as the harrowing series finale drew to a close and the mysterious antagonist ‘H’ was finally revealed (pictured with Vicky McClure, Adrian and Martin Compston).

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