Gogglebox fans in hysterics as Jenny TEARS UP her Line Of Duty notes after series six finale

Gogglebox fans in hysterics as Jenny TEARS UP her Line Of Duty notes after series six finale

Gogglebox’s Jenny Newby was left angrily tearing up her notes on Friday’s episode after watching the ‘disappointing’ series six finale of Line Of Duty. 

In hilarious scenes, the Channel 4 forged reacted to the ultimate episode of the BBC One police drama with fans joking that Jenny’s frustrations deserved a BAFTA for must-see second of the 12 months.  

Line Of Duty fans throughout the nation have been left ‘fuming’ as the nail-biting series finale drew to a detailed on Sunday and the mysterious antagonist ‘H’ was lastly unmasked.

Hilarious: Gogglebox's Jenny Newby was left angrily tearing up her notes on Friday's episode after watching the 'disappointing' series six finale of Line Of Duty

Hilarious: Gogglebox’s Jenny Newby was left angrily tearing up her notes on Friday’s episode after watching the ‘disappointing’ series six finale of Line Of Duty

Seasoned fans have been left annoyed as officers from the police anti-corruption unit AC-12 found the id of the elusive ‘fourth man’, who had been colluding with the organised crime group (OCG), was none apart from DSU Ian Buckells.

Sharing her disappointment over the finale, Jenny, who has been writing down all her theories for Line Of Duty in a pocket book, was left tearing pages out in frustration.

The Gogglebox star even threw one of many pages at her laughing finest good friend Lee Riley as she ranted: ‘Do not giggle!’

Whereas Sophie and Pete Sandiford have been left equally dissatisfied over the series six finale as they supplied hilarious commentary.

Finale: In hilarious scenes, the Channel 4 cast reacted to the final episode of the BBC One police drama with fans joking that Jenny's frustrations deserved a BAFTA for must-see moment of the year (Line Of Duty's Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar in show still)

Finale: In hilarious scenes, the Channel 4 forged reacted to the ultimate episode of the BBC One police drama with fans joking that Jenny’s frustrations deserved a BAFTA for must-see second of the 12 months (Line Of Duty’s Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar in present nonetheless)

Frustration: Sharing her disappointment over the finale, Jenny, who has been writing down all her theories for Line Of Duty in a notebook, was left tearing pages out in frustration

Oh dear: The reality star couldn't hide her frustrations

Frustration: Sharing her disappointment over the finale, Jenny, who has been writing down all her theories for Line Of Duty in a pocket book, was left tearing pages out in frustration

Sophie stated: ‘We have waited six series for H to be Buckells, who cannot even spell positively.’ 

To which Pete exclaimed: ‘You have to be f**king joking!’

Gogglebox fans have been left in hysterics over the scenes, particularly Jenny’s response, as they took to Twitter to share their ideas.

One individual joked: ‘Not the pocket book, please Jenny, we’re gonna want that for season 7 #Gogglebox.’ 

'Fuming': Line Of Duty fans were left 'fuming' as the nail-biting series finale drew to a close on Sunday and the mysterious so-called fourth man was unmasked as DSU Ian Buckells

‘Fuming’: Line Of Duty fans have been left ‘fuming’ as the nail-biting series finale drew to a detailed on Sunday and the mysterious so-called fourth man was unmasked as DSU Ian Buckells 

So funny: The Gogglebox star even threw one of the pages at her giggling best friend Lee Riley as she ranted: 'Don't laugh!'

So humorous: The Gogglebox star even threw one of many pages at her laughing finest good friend Lee Riley as she ranted: ‘Do not giggle!’

A special fan put: ‘Jenny destroying her Line of Duty notes deserves a BAFTA for TV second of the 12 months. #Gogglebox.’ 

One other follower commented: ‘Omg Jenny ripping up her Line Of Duty notes!!! That’s the actual ending we would have liked. #Gogglebox.’ 

Whereas a distinct account added: ‘The #Gogglebox reactions to the finale are very relatable. Poor Jenny, scrunching up her notes.’  

Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has continued to defend the BBC police drama after droves of fans slammed the ‘disappointing’ series six finale on Sunday night time.

'You've got to be f**king joking!' While Sophie and Pete Sandiford were left equally disappointed over the series six finale as they provided hilarious commentary

‘You have to be f**king joking!’ Whereas Sophie and Pete Sandiford have been left equally dissatisfied over the series six finale as they supplied hilarious commentary

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'It deserves a BAFTA!': Gogglebox fans were left in hysterics over the scenes, especially Jenny's reaction, as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts

‘It deserves a BAFTA!’: Gogglebox fans have been left in hysterics over the scenes, particularly Jenny’s response, as they took to Twitter to share their ideas

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the author, 55, responded to critics in an impassioned submit and stated that it’s ‘inconceivable’ to fulfill all viewers’ expectations.

An eye fixed-watering 12.8million viewers tuned in to observe Line Of Duty’s sixth season conclude on Sunday night time with a 56.2% share – recording the community’s highest ever in a single day ranking, but some dissatisfied fans have been left with unanswered questions.

Responding to the fan backlash over the finale, Jed admitted that the episode ‘divided social media opinion’ but he discovered a ‘a far much less excessive image’ when taking in the viewers analysis.

He tweeted: ‘1. Nobody disputes the Line of Duty finale divided social media opinion however the viewers analysis to date exhibits a far much less excessive image. 

Hitting back: Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has continued to defend the police drama after droves of fans slammed the 'disappointing' series six finale on Sunday night (pictured 2019)

Hitting again: Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has continued to defend the police drama after droves of fans slammed the ‘disappointing’ series six finale on Sunday night time (pictured 2019)

‘We knew a “down” ending would price much less favourably with some viewers, nonetheless all 7 episodes diverse by underneath 10% on common viewer rating…’

Jed continued: ‘2. The analysis determines the episode rankings primarily based on randomly polling viewers, reasonably than websites like imdb the place scores could be skewed by customers strongly motivated to register their speedy anger/adulation …

‘3. 1000 random viewers submitted scores from 1-10 which have been used to calculate the Appreciation Index (AI) as a rating out of 100. The AI for the “down” finale was solely 7 factors beneath the following lowest in Season 6 (Ep 1) …’ 

Jed concluded with: ‘4/4 These figures gained’t cease the talk, in fact, nor ought to they – that’s nonetheless all a part of the expertise of shared TV viewing. Thanks once more for watching.’

Statement: Responding to the fan backlash over the finale, Jed admitted that the episode 'divided social media opinion' yet he found a 'a far less extreme picture' when taking in the audience research

Assertion: Responding to the fan backlash over the finale, Jed admitted that the episode ‘divided social media opinion’ but he discovered a ‘a far much less excessive image’ when taking in the viewers analysis

Clarification: He also clarified his statement with: 'Some clarification on specific numbers has been requested.'

Clarification: He additionally clarified his assertion with: ‘Some clarification on particular numbers has been requested.’

He additionally clarified his assertion with: ‘Some clarification on particular numbers has been requested.

‘I am not permitted to reveal the AI figures, nonetheless for LoD they’re in the highest tier of the vary for BBC1 drama, together with for the finale, and over 50% of these polled rated the finale as both 9/10 or 10/10.’  

Line Of Duty finale: How the viewing figures examine 

2021

Line Of Duty finale, Might 2 (BBC One) 12.8 million

Prince Philip’s funeral, April 17 (ITV & BBC One) 13.6 million 

Harry and Meghan with Oprah Winfrey, March 8 (ITV) 11.7 million 

2020

Boris Johnson lockdown announcement, March 23 (BBC One) 14.5 million

Queen’s tackle to the nation, April 5 (BBC One) 14 million

Boris Johnson’s second tackle to the nation, Might 10 (BBC One) 18.7 million

I am A Superstar Get Me Out Of Right here!, November 15 (ITV) 12.1 million

2019

Gavin And Stacey Christmas particular (BBC One) 17.1 million viewers  

2012

Closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Video games (BBC One) 24.5 million

2010

The X Issue (ITV) 17.7 million

1995

Princess Diana interview with Martin Bashir (BBC One) 23 million

1966

The 1966 World Cup ultimate (BBC and ITV joint broadcast) 32.3 million viewers

 

Line Of Duty fans throughout the nation have been left ‘fuming’ as the nail-biting series finale drew to a detailed on Sunday and the mysterious antagonist ‘H’ was lastly unmasked.

Seasoned fans took to social media in their droves to share their frustrations as officers from the police anti-corruption unit AC-12 found the id of the elusive ‘fourth man’, who had been colluding with the organised crime group (OCG), was none apart from DSU Ian Buckells.

It noticed the phrases ‘fuming’, ‘disappointing’ and ‘underwhelming’ all development on social media in the aftermath of the present. 

And the disbelief it could possibly be him was compounded by the best way he was solely caught due to his repeated mis-spelling of the phrase ‘positively’ – hardly the blunder of a hardened legal mastermind. 

The detective – extensively thought till Sunday to have been only a bungling stooge – was first launched to viewers in series one as the SIO in the case of murdered businesswoman Jackie Laverty by then Chief Superintendent Derek Hilton.

He later went on to change into Detective Chief Inspector in series 4 earlier than being promoted as soon as extra to Detective Superintendent in this ultimate series.  

Sharing their disappointment on the revelation, one disgruntled Line of Duty fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Cannot consider I watched six seasons of line of Duty for Ian Buckells, essentially the most pointless character to be the fourth man. Fuming.’

Whereas one other viewer added: ‘I am fuming, cannot consider I waited this lengthy for Ian Buckells to run the roost.’   

And whereas the finale tied up many unresolved storylines, there have been nonetheless some gaping plot holes and storylines left unanswered.

The sixth series of the Jed Mercurio creation additionally noticed DI Steve Arnott, performed by actor Martin, lastly referred to as in for a gathering with Occupational Well being, who famous that whereas he had not damaged the legislation by his extreme painkiller use, he must give up his firearms licence.

Nevertheless, the 60-minute episode’s finish failed to supply any decision on whether or not the crew of DI Steve Arnott, DI Kate Fleming and Superintendent Ted Hastings would return, ending on the revelation that the crew has ‘by no means been weaker.’ 

It is over? The 60-minute episode's end failed to offer any resolution on whether the team of DI Steve Arnott, DI Kate Fleming and Superintendent Ted Hastings would return, ending on the revelation that the team has 'never been weaker'

It’s over? The 60-minute episode’s finish failed to supply any decision on whether or not the crew of DI Steve Arnott, DI Kate Fleming and Superintendent Ted Hastings would return, ending on the revelation that the crew has ‘by no means been weaker’ 

The thriller surrounding the id of ‘H’ has been up for hypothesis since his character was first talked about on the finish of series three, which aired in 2016, and detectives on the anti-corruption unit found there have been 4 officers working throughout the power who had hyperlinks to the underground legal community.      

Sunday’s season finale proved to be a rankings hit for the BBC, with 12.8 million viewers tuning in for the printed.

The massive and spectacular numbers comfortably beating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, which drew 11.4 viewers when it aired in March.  

BBC bosses are but to substantiate whether or not the present will return, regardless of a mean of 13 hundreds of thousands viewers tuning in for the newest series, which confronted a number of delays because of the Covid pandemic.  

MOTHER OF GOD! WAS THAT IT? VIEWERS LEFT ‘FUMING’ AFTER MINOR CHARACTER BUCKELLS IS UNVEILED AS THE FOURTH MAN… 

Line of Duty fans throughout the nation have been left underwhelmed and dissatisfied by the id of mysterious antagonist ‘H’.

Loyal viewers took to social media in their droves to share their frustrations as officers from the police anti-corruption unit AC-12 found the id of the elusive ‘fourth man’.

However the revelation the bent copper colluding with the organised crime teams (OCGs), was really DSI Ian Buckells infuriated many seasoned Line Of Duty fans.

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It noticed the phrases ‘fuming’, ‘disappointing’ and ‘underwhelming’ all development on social media in the aftermath of the present.

And the disbelief it could possibly be him was compounded by the best way he was solely caught due to his repeated mis-spelling of the phrase ‘positively’ – hardly the blunder of a hardened legal mastermind.

The detective – extensively thought till final night time to have been only a bungling stooge – was first launched to viewers in series one as the SIO in the case of murdered businesswoman Jackie Laverty by then Chief Superintendent Derek Hilton.

He later went on to change into Detective Chief Inspector in series 4 earlier than being promoted as soon as extra to Detective Superintendent in this ultimate series. 

Sharing their disappointment on the revelation, one disgruntled Line of Duty fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Cannot consider I watched six seasons of line of Duty for Ian Buckells, essentially the most pointless character to be the fourth man. Fuming.’

Whereas one other viewer added: ‘Buckells, essentially the most pointless character’.

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