Line of Duty spoilers follow for the season six finale.
Line of Duty finally revealed the identity of the fourth H in its season six finale, a revelation that divided fans just as much as (if not more than) the Game of Thrones finale. And to the surprise of some viewers, it wasn't the dodgy Chief Constable Philip Osborne.
But that hasn't stopped viewers from continuing to suspect Osborne, with actor Owen Teale, who played him, revealing that he is still regularly accused of being H.
Of course, if you've seen the BBC show's most recent episode you'll know that it was DSU Ian Buckells (Nigel Boyle) who was unveiled as the H that AC-12 had been searching for. But some fans haven't accepted this as the final answer to the mystery.
"I'm now defending myself in the shops, with people saying 'I know you're H'," Teale told Radio Times.
"And I go, 'No, no, no, no, wait a minute, we all know who H is now' and they go 'no, no, no, I don't believe that for a second, there's no way he would have had the power to do that. But your character was the original'.
"And they remember it, right from the beginning. He was the guy who actually messed Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), he messed with him, he bullied him and that's why he jumped into AC 12, he jumped out of firearms."
Teale also spoke about his admiration for the show's creator and writer Jed Mercurio, calling him "an auteur of television" and praising what he was able to do with the brief snippet of footage Teale filmed as Osborne speaking at a news conference for season six.
"The respect for Jed Mercurio to have got so much when I only filmed for like two days," the actor said. "He said, 'Look, I just need you for two days, standing on the steps and doing the public announcement that these guys do' and I said, 'Yeah sure'.
"So I didn't know the full story until much later on, how much he was getting the finger pointed at him. But I'm very happy to be part of it – it's a lovely problem to have people coming up to you in the street."
It is currently unclear whether we'll be getting any more episodes of the popular crime drama, so we'll all have to wait patiently once again for potential news on the show's future.
The BBC's Chief Content Officer Charlotte Moore said in a statement that she was "looking forward to having a conversation with the team about where we go next and what the future of the series might be", so watch this space...
Line of Duty series 1-6 are available on BBC iPlayer, and DVD and Blu-ray boxsets are also available to buy now.
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