Line Of Duty actor Tommy Jessop and his mum Jane hinted there WILL be a series 7 on Good Morning Britain today.

The pair chatted to a GMB presenters Sean Fletcher and Kate Garraway and admitted there is still more to be revealed on the hit BBC cop drama.

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More than 12 million people tuned in last night to find out if AC-12 had uncovered 'The Fourth Man' in crime organisation H.

Down’s Syndrome actor Tommy – who played murder suspect Terry Boyle – said writer Jed Mercurio kept his cards close to his chest until the very end.

Asked if he knew DSU Ian Buckells was 'H' he said: "I did have a felling I knew who H was, I had but, Jed (Mercurio) really does keep things top secret until the very last minute."

Sean then quizzed Tommy's mum and asked: "Did he tell you what he thought?"

And she replied: "Obviously we had lots of theories and ideas.

"But do we even know everything now? I'm confused…"

Sean gasped and said: "Oh, you've thrown the cat amongst the pigeons there!"

Fans are also unconvinced that Ian Buckells is actually H and have pointed to his smirk in the final scenes last night as proof.

The hapless detective was revealed as criminal mastermind H after his dodgy spelling implicated him in a series of corrupt and violent crimes.

One viewer to write on Twitter: "I don’t think this is the last series. That smirk of Buckells at the end! And we don’t even know how Ted, Kate and Steve are going to continue with their lives. I don’t think Bucklles is H. And I still don’t believe that Carl Banks killed Gail Vella."

Another posted: "Someone’s pulling the strings and this whole thing is much bigger than Buckells – the smirk on his face in the final shot shows it !!!"

Odds are on with Ladbrokes that Line Of Duty will make a sensational seventh series.

The bookies make it just 4/5 that Jed Mercurio gets Ted Hastings, Kate Fleming and Steve Arnott back together for series seven.

Jessica O'Reilly of Ladbrokes said: "Although fans may be a little underwhelmed by the final episode on Sunday evening, the betting suggests it's not the end of the road and Jed Mercurio will be back with another instalment of Line of Duty."

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