Course of actionLast year’s sixth season was the biggest, with more people tuning in and obsessively debating plot twists every week.
But we haven’t heard anything concrete about a Series 7 since, and the anti-corruption focused Series 6 ending in the face of huge budget cuts seemed like it could be. the final.
But don’t write Course of action for now, as star Martin Compston appeared on tonight’s show (August 24) The only show and say: “There is always a chance.
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“But if I answer [the question about series 7], there is a good chance that I will be killed. It’s been 10 years now and the fact that people still want us to come back after six years is an incredible feeling.
“But it’s my common answer that we haven’t done anything different than what we’ve always done. We’re taking a long break and if Jed [Mercurio] think there’s a story to be made…we won’t do it just for fun. But we feel there’s a bit of unfinished business and all…and if we go back, great!”
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While Series 6 has seemingly closed the years-long mystery of who H really is, frontman Adrian Dunbar doesn’t believe AC-12 has found his man (or wife) yet.
“We just got the guy we could actually pin an accusation on. We didn’t get ‘H’, we got Buckells, the patsy.
“There’s a scene where we look at each other and we’re like, ‘Really? That bitch?’ It’s a distraction,” Dunbar said.
Course of action series 1 to 6 are available on BBC iPlayer, and DVD and Blu-ray box sets are also available to buy now.