BBC 2020 trailer teases new Line of Duty and Killing Eve

Other highlights include adaptations of Malorie Blackman’s teen novel Noughts + Crosses and Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse

Ellie Harrison
Thursday 02 January 2020 13:26
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BBC's new for 2020

The BBC has unveiled a new trailer teasing its 2020 highlights, including new series of Line of Duty and Killing Eve.

In the video, Vicky McClure’s Kate Fleming in Line of Duty can be seen looking over her shoulder, concerned, while Jodie Comer’s Villanelle stares hauntingly into the camera ahead of Killing Eve series three.

In November, it was revealed that Kelly Macdonald will play the next police officer to be investigated by Line of Duty‘s AC-12.

The new Killing Eve series, meanwhile, is being written by Suzanne Heathcote and viewers will be keen to find out what happens next after a cliffhanger that saw Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) left for dead by Villanelle.

The sneak peek also shows a glimpse of the new adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s teen novel Noughts + Crosses, Agatha Christie drama The Pale Horse and Michaela Coel’s January 22nd.

Other BBC highlights this year include the 2020 Olympics and the return of Our Girl, The Split and Last Tango in Halifax.

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