Content Television has sold the third season of World Productions’ primetime thriller Line of Duty to broadcasters across the globe, which coincides with its international launch. Written by Jed Mercurio (Bodies), the new season of Line of Duty made its debut on BBC Two in the U.K., with its premiere drawing its highest viewers yet. Content Television has secured pan regional deals for the series with DirecTV in Latin America and BBC Worldwide for Benelux. VOD rights to the series have been picked up by Hulu for the U.S., alongside deals in France (France TV), Brazil (Globosat), Africa (ITV), Norway (NRK), Iceland (RUV), Sweden (SVT), Denmark (DR), Germany (TMG), Malta (Go TV), Australia (NBC Universal) and New Zealand (Sky). Acorn has also signed Video, DTO and VOD rights for U.S. and Canada. Set in the fictional police anti-corruption unit AC-12, Line of Duty is a thriller that looks into modern policing and corruption.