Line of Duty viewers were stunned when Superintendent Ted Hastings was arrested for conspiring to murder John Corbett in last weekend’s episode.
Good Morning Britain presenters Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard grilled former Met copper Peter Bleksley about his thoughts on the hit BBC show.
In a bombshell statement, Peter revealed he thinks Hastings will be “wrongfully convicted” and everyone will believe he is corrupt.
He added: “I have grave concerns for Hastings.
“I think maybe Steve could spend next series trying to prove his innocence.”
As Ben asked if that would mean H would get away with it, Peter added: “If Ted Hastings is convicted, then I lose all faith in make-believe humanity, he is the head of the anti-corruption, surely he can’t be corrupt?”
Could Hastings be sent down for a crime he didn’t commit?
He then went on to talk about a real-life corrupt detectives who plotted to murder someone after she was given some money that had been obtained illegally.
Kate cried out: “Have you just given away the plot for the next series?”
Richard Arnold jumped in: “Jed Mercurio is frantically scribbling this down.”
Kate replied: “He is watching this and is like ‘Press pause!'”
Fans will have to wait and see what happens…
Line of Duty concludes on Sunday at 9pm on BBC.
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