Jed Mercurio’s police corruption drama Line Of Duty is back for a second series.
Don't know about you, but prison has never looked like a fun, 'good times and noodle salad' place to be.
It was hinted at in the first series of Line of Duty what happens to coppers who spend time at Her Majesty's pleasure and, with Lindsay Denton remanded in custody, we see first-hand. Unsurprisingly, it's not near as jolly as an episode of Porridge. Unless we missed that episode where Godber ate shit...
At its present rate, by the finale of Line of Duty’s second series we at CultBox are going to be left so dumbfounded by the breakneck twists and dramatic turns that the only way we'll be able to communicate in the way of a review will be with a .GIF of that Dramatic Chipmunk and 'FIVE STARS' beneath it.
Line of Duty is back! Hooray! No, shhh, there's no time to celebrate. Because like DI Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes), we're thrown straight into terrific drama.
Jed Mercurio’s police corruption drama Line Of Duty returns to BBC Two for a second series later this month and CultBox was lucky enough to attend a recent screening of the opening episode in London, followed by a Q&A session with the show’s stars - Keeley Hawes, Jessica Raine, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure.
Jed Mercurio’s police corruption drama Line Of Duty returns to BBC Two for a second series later this month and there are dark times ahead for AC-12 when a police convoy is ambushed leaving three police officers dead and a protected witness seriously injured.
The first promotional pic of the cast of Line Of Duty's second series has been unveiled.
Last time, we were discussing the logic and challenge of producing a sitcom that has more sit than com. In this, the final episode of Psychoville’s second series, that trend continues.
When is a sitcom not a sitcom? When the Venn diagram of situation to comedy is balanced heavily in favour of the non-funny bits? This certainly seems to be the case with Psychoville as it nears the end of its second series.