Line Of Obligation creator Jed Mercurio has praised the “excellent detective work” by a few of the present’s viewers after a scene that includes a beforehand unannounced actor was unintentionally leaked.
On Tuesday, Maestro – the BBC’s instructional web page devoted to tutorials from massive names – featured a glimpse of the foremost actor in a clip and photograph included on the web site.
The pic, which seems in a forthcoming episode, depicts Detective Inspector Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) wanting over a database of characters.
One of many faces seen within the database reportedly belonged to the well-known new solid member, whose involvement in Line of Obligation had beforehand not been introduced.
A brief scene involving the star was additionally accessible to view on the location.
After every episode of the drama is aired, BBC Maestro shares excerpts from the present, with Jed narrating his thought course of behind the plot.
However this week, customers had been capable of entry the course trailer for subsequent Sunday’s episode — together with scenes that includes the brand new actor and a vital twist.
Addressing the gaff, Jed made mild of the spoiler, telling The Solar: “The excellent detective work of eagle-eyed Line of Obligation followers has been awarded a glowing commendation from the gaffer himself, Supt Ted Hastings.
“Their call-up papers for AC-12 are within the publish!”
One other acquainted face is ready to return to the BBC drama on this Sunday’s episode.
It has been introduced that fan favorite Anna Maxwell Martin is returning as AC-3 boss Superintendent Patricia Carmichael.
Anna appeared because the no-nonsense officer within the closing two episodes of sequence 5, rapidly changing into a success with viewers.
She led the interrogation of AC-12′s Superintendent Ted Hastings when he was beneath suspicion of being mysterious organised crime boss “H”.
Carmichael will make her reappearance this weekend, with bosses hinting she could possibly be about to take management after Hastings was compelled into retirement, following Chief Constable Philip Osborne’s plan to chop numbers in Central Police’s anti-corruption models.
Of rejoining the present, Anna stated: “Pat’s again, I can’t keep in mind what she’s doing there, nor would I be allowed to blab, however suffice to say she’s obtained some new clobber and she or he’s able to bust some balls.”
Line Of Obligation continues on Sunday at 9pm on BBC One.