‘Line Of Duty’ Beats ‘Wolf Hall’ To Become BBC Two’s Biggest Drama Series | TV News
Move over Tudors, police corruption is the order of the day. Police corruption thriller Line of Duty has beaten Wolf Hall to become the channel’s biggest drama series since modern TV ratings began 14 years ago.
The Third series of the drama attracted an audience of 4.9 million viewers, 18.7% of the audience for its first four episodes. The drama stars Martin Compston, Keeley Hawes, Daniel Mays, and Vicky Culture.
The series returned with a bang last month with an overnight audience of 3.2 million viewers, even more expected to watch the 90-minute special, where all the pent up drama will be released in an incredible finale.
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