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Line Of Duty: ‘The Youngest’ Craig Parkinson Says Behind The Scenes He Believes The Final ‘Will Break Hearts’ | Ents & Arts News

*** WARNING: This article contains light spoilers for Line Of Duty, Season Six. Don’t read on if you’re not up to date. You were warned. ***

Like millions of other people in the UK, Craig Parkinson has been lost Course of action rabbit hole in recent weeks.

The actor played the infamous Caddy – Matthew “Dot” Cottan – in the police procedural drama, and as a former cast member he said it was great to see the series continue to deliver. after production shutdown due to pandemic, returning with strict COVID-19[female[feminine protocols in place.

Adrian Dunbar as Superintendent Ted Hastings in the Sixth Series of Line Of Duty.  Pic: BBC / World Productions / Steffan Hill
Parkinson says he’s now an obsessive fan of the show, starring Adrian Dunbar as Ted Hastings (pictured), as well as a former cast member. Pic: Service Line / BBC / World Productions / Steffan Hill

“I’m so proud of the guys who came back after the break, to have done it without any illnesses and to have delivered one of the great iconic British dramas that we have produced in recent years,” Parkinson told Backstage. “Talk about timing, we all need AC-12s in our lives right now, although I’m sure they’re going to break hearts at some point.”

The actor also hosts a podcast that dissects each episode after it airs. This, he says, has led him to get “so deeply” involved in the current series, which comes to an end on Sunday.

“I look at things before the rest of the country, I have to look at things two or three times, I dissect these episodes in a forensic fashion, my social media timeline is inundated with the craziest theories you can imagine,” Says Parkinson’s.

These theories come from fans turned armchair sleuths, who will notice every detail left as breadcrumbs by writer Jed Mercurio, as he continues to guess who the Corrupt Fourth Officer might be – known as H -.

Parkinson says the fandom has swelled since the first …

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This notice was published: 2021-04-29 10:14:00