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Line of Duty has left our nerves shattered after Sunday night's gripping episode, which saw fan favourite and long-time castmember, DI Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) face up to bent copper and OCG member Ryan Pilkington (Gregory Piper).
The episode ended with the pair both aiming their guns at one another, and as the screen goes black, we hear two gunshots - with who's left standing still a mystery.
However, Line of Duty fans are nothing if not armchair detectives, with viewers quickly trying to ascertain who survived the shoot out.
And some eagle-eyed fans have suggested that Kate is the one who lived through the attack, after spotting Vicky McClure appearing in a yet-to-be-aired interrogation scene.
The images show that not only did Kate survive the showdown, she's also defected back to AC-12.
In behind-the-scenes images shared by Line of Duty writer Jed Mercurio on his Twitter page back in September, Vicky McClure is sat with Adrian Dunbar, who plays Ted Hastings, and Martin Compston, who plays Steve Arnott, in the interrogation suite.
While we can't see who's facing the pressure from AC-12, Kate is sat round the same side as Ted and Steve - meaning she's likely left the Murder Investigations Team she was on, where she served under Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald), and rejoined her old team.
But of course, Line of Duty is never afraid to drop in the odd red herring - so nothing can be said for certain.
Other Line of Duty stars have teased the outcome of the show's most recent episode, with Adrian Dunbar revealing there's already been a big clue as to who survives.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he told hosts Susanna Reid and Adil Ray: "There's been a very big clue. This is the scoop. As the first guest back on this show I'm giving you a massive scoop. There is a clue out there about what happens next. And the Line of Duty fans know."
Adrian, you tease!
Line of Duty continues Sundays at 9pm on BBC One.
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