Line Of Duty's Vicky McClure and Martin Compston finally reunite on set

Line Of Duty’s Vicky McClure and Martin Compston have finally reunited for series 6 and cemented the moment with a heartwarming snap.

Production on the hit BBC drama has resumed after the coronavirus pandemic threw a spanner in the works just weeks into when it had originally started in March, and it’s now been slated for a 2021 release.

Looking delighted at being back on set and in each other’s company, Martin and Vicky aka DS Steve Arnott and DI Kate Fleming shared a socially distanced selfie as they waited to get to work.

‘Hello mate,’ Vicky captioned the picture as she posted it on Twitter.

Sharing it to his fans as well, Martin commented: ‘Hi mate.’

It’s not just Martin and Vicky who’ve been busy sharing photos from behind-the-scenes as creator Jed Mercurio has also been giving audiences a sneak glimpse at what’s in store.

Getting fans excited to see the AC-12 gang back in action, Jed shared a number of pictures, including one from the very first day of series 6 (back in March) and another from the first day back on set after lockdown.

‘Seems like a very long time between these two takes,’ he penned. ‘It’s great to be back filming.’

Another upload showed Martin masked up and ready to go, while crew members also wore their protective face coverings.

‘Thanks to our dedicated cast and crew for keeping the Line Of Duty filming Covid safe,’ he wrote.

Production on the new season had originally got underway earlier this year, however it had to be halted four weeks in due to the coroanvirus pandemic.

The next chapter of the hit police thriller will feature a brand new case for AC-12, this time investigating DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald), the senior investigating officer on an unsolved murder case.

Series regulars Martin, Vicky and Adrian Dunbar will all return, alongside newcomers Shalom Brune-Franklin, Perry Fitzpatrick, Andi Osho and Prasanna Puwanarajah.

Line Of Duty is set to return to the BBC in 2021.

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