Line Of Duty fans react to the season finale

Dusty Baxter-Wright
·2-min read
Photo credit: twitter
Photo credit: twitter

Line Of Duty fans have taken to social media to react to the season six finale, and it's, er, a mixed bag.

*Spoilers*

In the finale, we see Darren Hunter arrested for the Lawrence Christopher murder, Jo Davidson put into witness protection, and Ian Buckells unmasked as 'H'. Kind of.

We also find out the anti-corruption unit will continue to be run by Patricia Carmichael, while Philip Osborne is on a mission to shut down any claims of institutionalised corruption within the police force.

Fans have been taking to social media with their reactions to the final, with many saying it was a brilliant ending tying together all the lose ends. Others, though, were a little bit less impressed with the ending, feeling slightly underwhelmed by the whole thing.

"Waited 10 years for this disappointment," one person wrote, while someone else added, "I WANTED A BETTER ENDING. I NEEDED A BETTER ENDING." A third fan put, "

Can't believe I watched 6 seasons of #LineOfDuty for Ian Buckells, the most pointless character, to be the fourth man."

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Others were more impressed with the ending, though, writing, "Me pitching to the BBC on why there needs to be another series" and someone else putting, "After that there has to be a series 7. Still convinced Osborne is the top dog."

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