Here's What You Need to Know About British Police Drama Line of Duty

"One thing we both know -- the easiest way to get away with killing someone: be a police officer."

In the critically acclaimed British police drama Line of Duty, premiering on AMC this Saturday at 10/9c, the targets of the investigations are the police themselves.

When Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) joins the anti-corruption unit, he learns the target of his first investigation is the well respected Detective Chief Inspector, Tony Gates (Lennie James). Though Gates' professional conduct appears above reproach, his private life may provide his enemies the evidence they seek. Arnott, along with Detective Constable Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), must get to the bottom of Gates' dealings before more innocent lives are lost.

Watch the Trailer here:

The show stars familiar faces to the AMC family, such as The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead's Lennie James and HUMANS' Mark Bonnar.

Beginning with the Season 1 Premiere on Saturday, April 4th at 10/9c, AMC will air every episode of the series through Season 3, every Saturday at 10/9c through July 25th. See the full schedule here.

AMC Premiere Subscribers can get access to each new episode 48 hours early. Learn more about AMC Premiere here. New episodes will be available to stream the day after on-air broadcast on and the AMC Apps for mobile and devices.

Looking for more shows like Line of Duty? Check out AMC's library of shows available to stream now, such as British crime thriller Apple Tree Yard, detective mystery Alcatraz, conspiracy thriller Rubicon, and more.

Line of Duty premieres this Saturday at 10/9c on AMC.

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