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OTTplay Lost and Found - Line of Duty

This relatively unknown British police procedural is quite simply one of the most well-written shows today. The plot revolves around the fictional anti-corruption unit of Scotland Yard called AC-12. The series follows DS Steve Arnott played by Martin Compston, DC Kate Fleming played by Vicky McClure, and their uncompromising boss Superintendent Ted Hastings played by Adrian Dunbar, as they investigate corrupt policemen.

  • Nikhil Kumar

  • OTTplay

Last Updated: 05.13 AM, Jan 20, 2022

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Hey there, welcome to the podcast OTTplay Lost and Found, one show that talks about critically acclaimed films but lesser-known more so you can call it as hidden gems, I'm your host Nikhil for today, stay locked. 

Line of Duty

This relatively unknown British police procedural is quite simply one of the most well-written shows today. The plot revolves around the fictional anti-corruption unit of Scotland Yard called AC-12. The series follows DS Steve Arnott played by Martin Compston, DC Kate Fleming played by Vicky McClure, and their uncompromising boss Superintendent Ted Hastings played by Adrian Dunbar, as they investigate corrupt policemen. Each season focuses on a particular investigation into a police officer or an entire department, with an overarching plot about a powerful group of officers and politicians running a criminal enterprise within the system.

The show received critical acclaim for its unique cinematography and engrossing screenplay. Even the actors were praised for their ability to bring these complex characters to life. 

Despite the show’s relative obscurity in the rest of the world, it is the most viewed police procedural ever to air on BBC in Britain. In fact, some of the dialogues from the series have become part of pop culture references - a vast majority of them being delivered by Ted Hastings, which is now popularly known as ‘Tedism’ across the interwebz. 

The AC-12 is interested in one thing, and one thing only, and that is, as Hastings would say, “nicking bent coppers”. 

That was some info about the lesser-known series Line of Duty for today on this podcast. You can watch this series on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

I shall be back with another podcast on Lost and Found, Until then it's your host Nikhil signing off.

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