Martin Compston 'confirms' Line of Duty series 7 at NTAs

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Martin Compston has teased that we very well could be getting a Line of Duty series 7 after the drama picked up the special recognition award at the 2021 NTAs.

Line of Duty scooped up two gongs at the event, having won returning drama earlier on in the show.

While the future of the show seemed uncertain, it now looks like there could be a series seven after all, if the cast have anything to do with it.

Both Adrian Dunbar (Ted Hastings) and Martin (Steve Arnott) added fuel to the fire after both teasing a possible future return for the hit series.

Martin said: ‘This means so much, like we started as a wee show on Wednesday night on BBC Two and now we’re the biggest drama on TV and it’s all because of the fans, we owe everything to you.

‘We genuinely don’t take this for granted and who knows, maybe we’ll be back again…’ he added.

Although Adrian wasn’t present at the O2 for the awards show, he was able to join via video-link to celebrate the show’s huge win.

Adrian commented: ‘Thanks so much for the NTAs for this, absolutely over the moon for this…

‘Most of all the Great British public who so overwhelmingly supported us. And as Martin says who knows? We might be back?’

The crime drama has followed the plight of AC12 over the last 10 years, with Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar playing everyone’s favourite crime-fighting trio.

After season six brought the show’s most dramatic scenes ever, fans are still desperate to find out whether they will ever see the team back on-screen once more.

Missing from the cast and crew this evening apart from Adrian were Vicky and writer Jed Mercurio, who were off working on other projects.

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