Piers Morgan brands Line Of Duty final ‘a tad underwhelming’

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PIERS Morgan has been left disappointed at the Line of Duty final branding it “a tad underwhelming”.

The 56-year-old tuned into the highly-anticipated finale but was dissatisfied with the lack of plot twists, after previously sharing his excitement ahead of the last episode.


Piers Morgan was left dissatisfied by the final episode of Line of Duty[/caption]

Series six of the hit BBC crime drama concluded on Sunday evening with the revelation of the identity of H.

The show created by Jed Mercurio finally revealed the fourth member as bungling bent copper Ian Buckells was H.

The former GMB presenter posted an image of the main AC-12 characters to his Twitter page on Sunday afternoon.

He wrote: “Can’t wait for Line of Duty. Just utterly superb television, brilliantly created & driven by @jed_mercurio and superbly acted, especially by @Vicky_McClure @martin_compston #AdrianDunbar.”


The former GMB presenter shared his excitement yesterday afternoon ahead of the finale[/caption]

However, after the episode Piers took to social media to share his frustration at the lacklustre ending.

The TV star hilariously mocked the concluding episode by subtlety misspelling the word ‘definitely’ in honour of the mistake that led to ‘H’ downfall.

He wrote: “Definately a tad underwhelming. #LineofDutyFinale.”

Meanwhile, furious Line of Duty fans have demanded another series with a big twist after being left underwhelmed by H’s identity.


Piers mocked the concluding episode in his latest Twitter post[/caption]

The incompetent detective, played by actor Nigel Boyle, had hidden in plain sight since he first appeared in series one in 2012 because no one thought the “blundering fool” capable of being a crook.

The BBC has refused to confirm or deny whether any future series have been formally commissioned, leaving dedicated fans worried they may have watched their last ever episode of the cop drama.

Meanwhile, others are furious that the series six finale could be how the show ends, and have demanded another one to make up for what they consider an “underwhelming” conclusion.

One irate viewer wrote on Twitter: “Well how underwhelming was that??!!! #LineofDutyFinale #LineOfDuty still left open for another series as there must be people higher up? But that episode just never got going.”


Several BBC One viewers were left disappointed by the lack of plot twists[/caption]

Another tweeted: “The only way that was a good ending is if there’s another series. If there isn’t, well #LineOfDuty.”

A third wrote to creator Jed Mercurio: “I have watched the show since the first episode. I think you are a creative genius but please please please do another season…can’t be ending it like that.”

Meanwhile another added: “We didn’t get the ending we deserved surely there’s going to be another series.”

While Jed or the BBC have yet to confirm the fate of the series, The Sun understands lead star Martin Compston, 36, who plays anti-corruption officer DI Steve Arnott, signed a two series deal which he is only halfway through.


Bungling bent copper Ian Buckells was revealed as H[/caption]

Far from being a criminal mastermind, Buckells himself said he hadn’t conceived of any crimes, just helped to organise them. He said: “That’s their doing – I just pass things on.”

Instead he claimed that most of the shots were called by criminal kingpin Tommy Hunter, who is revealed in this series as being the father AND uncle of Acting Chief Supt Jo Davidson, played by Scot actress Kelly Macdonald.

He was killed in series two with help from DI Lindsay Denton, played by Keeley Hawes, but not before he’d groomed his niece and daughter to be a mole inside the police.

Buckells said: “Tommy Hunter was the top man. After he went they all split into their own OCGs. I just pass on the orders.”

Line of Duty is available on BBC iPlayer.

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