Line of Duty finale trailer released as heart-stopping series concludes

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Line of Duty fans today get their first look at the show-stopping series six finale as 'H' is finally exposed.

An explosive series-ending trailer has been released as the team don bullet proof vests and charge in with their guns raised.

We are left wondering if Gail Vella's murder will be exposed as Ted Hastings' voice can be heard booming over his officers.

"All these suspicious deaths were orchestrated by one officer in particular," he says.

"H," Ted continues. "The fourth man."

The BBC series has given us a sneak peak at its final episode but while it gets the juices flowing, clearly not much is given away.

The iconic theme tune music blares in the background as the montage rolls across the screen leaving fans gripped.

Things were of course left on a cliffhanger on Sunday night and now there is six days to wait with the countdown now on.

In the teaser, DCI Joanne Davidson is seen being led out in cuffs, a copy of a transcript is laid out with the word "definate" highlighted.

Kate also jumps out of a van holding a gun as she screams: "Armed police!"

That, though, is all they give us.

Viewers are sure they've spotted the final H after noticing DCS Patricia Carmichael tapping her pen in a suspicious manner whilst interviewing Jo Davidson.

She and Kate Fleming had been taken into custody after fleeing the scene following the shooting of bent PC Ryan Pilkington, and Jo promised to cover for Kate.

Several clues have been dropped that Carmichael, played by Anna Maxwell Martin, is the final major corrupt officer, aka H, throughout the series.

During the fifth episode, ill-fated Jimmy Lakewell told Steve Arnott to "look beyond the race claim" if he wanted to find the mysterious H.

What do you think will happen in Sunday's show-stopper?

Make sure you let us know your predictions in the comments.

Line of Duty returns on Sunday at 9pm on BBC One

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