Critcally acclaimed drama LINE OF DUTY is back for a fourth series on BBC One. LEE INGLEBY joins the cast for 6 nail-biting episodes of the drama which has moved from BBC Two to BBC One for this brand new season produced by World Productions. The plot centres around a possible miscarriage of justice when a DCI (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer.
Lee is now back on set filming the second series of THE A WORD. This immensley popular drama was created by Peter Bowker for BBC One with Fifty Fathoms Productions. It focuses on a family experiencing the highs and lows of coping with Autism. Shooting has already commenced in the picturesque landscape of the Lake District.
Lee completed filming for the eighth and final series of INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY earlier this year. The long running BBC series, in which Lee stars as the much-loved Inspector Bacchus opposite Martin Shaw, will air later this year with two final episodes.
Lee also wrapped on a new ITV drama, INNOCENT, last year. This exciting and dark four-part thriller, written by Chris Lang and Matt Aldrige, will air this year and also stars HERMIONE NORRIS and CHRISTINA COLE.
LINE OF DUTY begins tonight at 9pm on BBC One and continues every Sunday for 6 weeks.