Line of Duty fans get hilarious response as they ask their Amazon Alexa devices ‘who is H?’

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Line of Duty fans are determined to find out the identity of ‘H’ and we can hardly blame them, as we’re also eager to know.

And, getting their detective on, some fans have turned to their trusty Amazon Alexa devices to see if they can solve the mystery that way instead.

What happens when you ask “Alexa, who is H?” well apparently there’s quite a humorous response.

A major new Line of Duty character joining the series was reportedly leaked on a BBC website
In a new attempt to find out who ‘H’ is, Line of Duty fans have turned to their Amazon Alexa devices
(Image: BBC)

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Getting into Ted Hastings mode, the device returns the answer: “Mother of God! I can’t tell you that, those bent coppers will have me bumped off!”

The hugely popular series, which was filmed in Belfast, has fans eagerly awaiting the next episode of series six.

Recently, the BBC launched an “immediate security review” after an incoming Line of Duty character was accidentally unveiled.

The device returns the answer: “Mother of God! I can’t tell you that, those bent coppers will have me bumped off!”

A clip shared on BBC Maestro, which sells online screenwriting courses, is said to have revealed the identity of the celebrity who will be appearing on Sunday 18 April’s episode.

The mystery top actor will be joining the popular drama on Sunday evening, when the fifth episode of the latest season airs at 9pm.

BBC Maestro have removed the clip, but there are some major hints about who the famous face could be – which we will not be revealing.

Ted Hastings was told he needs to retire in the latest episode of the series
A major new Line of Duty character joining the series was reportedly leaked on a BBC website
(Image: BBC)

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In the video, the actor’s face could be seen on a database being searched by AC-12’s Detective Inspector Steve Arnott, played by Martin Compton.

According to The Sun, a source said: “This is an embarrassing and humiliating blunder. A lot of time and effort had gone into keeping the star’s role a secret.

“Line of Duty goes to a lot of trouble making sure nothing gets out to ruin the surprise for viewers — but the BBC has shot itself in the foot on this and broken its own embargo.”

Luther actor Idris Elba’s name has been thrown around as the mystery star joining the show

It was also claimed that the BBC show’s writer Jed Mercurio was good-humoured about the blunder.

He said: “The outstanding detective work of eagle-eyed Line of Duty fans has been awarded a glowing commendation from the gaffer himself, Supt Ted Hastings. Their call-up papers for AC-12 are in the post!”

BBC declined to comment when contacted by OK! online.

But, a spokesperson for BBC Maestro told OK!: “Unfortunately, due to human error a short clip from the next episode of Line of Duty was accidentally made public. The clip was taken down immediately once we were alerted and we are conducting an immediate security review to ensure this doesn’t happen again. We’d like to sincerely apologise to all Line of Duty fans.”





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