Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has teased that there's "a very big clue" already out there in regards to Kate Fleming's fate.
The latest episode of the hit BBC crime drama ended on an epic cliffhanger on Sunday night as viewers were left wondering if Kate (Vicky McClure) would be killed off.
Susanna Reid and Adil Ray were keen to discuss the series as they invited Adrian Dunbar into the Good Morning Britain studio on Monday.
Asking Adrian about Kate's fate, Susanna was keen to try and get even a snippet of information out of the 62-year-old actor - who plays Supt. Ted Hastings.
"Yeah great cliffhanger again, Jed loves his cliffhangers, yeah a really good one," Adrian said, before Susanna asked about Kate.
"We don’t know yet. Yes I know, and a lot of Line of Duty fans know," Adrian teased. "A lot of Line of Duty fans know what’s going on."
Looking shocked, Susanna replied: “Oh no, I feel like you’re giving us a really heavy piece of information that I can’t for the life of me work out what you’re talking about!"
As Adil asked if he was referring to a clue, Adrain added: "All will be revealed in the fullness of time. Yes there’s been a very big clue. This is the scoop!
"I’m giving you a massive scoop, there is a clue out there as to what happens next," the Northern Irish star commented. "And the Line of Duty fans know."
"But we're Line of Duty fans!" Susanna replied, to which Adrian sarcastically said: "I know you are but we've got hardcore and we've got core."
He continued: "We’re all looking forward to how that plays out over the next few days."
Perhaps Adrian was referring to a photo, which fans believe is proof that Kate will live to fight another day with AC-12.
The image shows a yet-to-be-seen interrogation scene and sees actress Vicky dressed in a striking blue top that was shared on social media by Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio in September.
When quizzed about the potential for another series, Adrain was rather cagey and admitted he has "no idea".
"I think if the numbers are good and the BBC are happy, I’m sure they’ll want to do another series," Adrian teased.
Line of Duty continues Sunday at 9pm on BBC One.