The Fall: Season 3

The Fall: Season 3

The Fall: Season 3

A determined policewoman (Gillian Anderson, The X-Files) struggles to capture a serial killer (Jamie Dornan, 50 Shades of Grey) hidden in plain sight in this three-season BBC crime thriller.

2016UKBBC
Crime

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 3.1

Silence and Suffering

Stella Gibson has finally arrested Paul Spector, but he has... More been shot by jealous husband James Tyler, leaving the staff at Belfast General Hospital battling to save his life. As the shooting hits the news, the powers-that-be question Gibson's handling of the case, while Spector's young partner-in-crime Katie plots to help him.

EPISODE 3.2

His Troubled Thoughts

Gibson and Burns are hauled over the coals by the... More Police Ombudsman and the Policing Executive for their conduct and handling of the case. When Spector’s name is released to the press as the arrested suspect in the Belfast Strangler case, his wife and family are forced to deal with the consequences.

EPISODE 3.3

The Gates of Light

Spector's legal team move into action, determined he won't stand... More trial.

EPISODE 3.4

The Hell Within Him

Gibson comes face to face with the depths of Sally-Ann's... More desperation.

EPISODE 3.5

Wounds of Deadly Hate

Spector's legal team are determined that he will never stand... More trial. Anderson and Ferrington make a discovery from the past that may help Gibson build her case.

EPISODE 3.6

Their Solitary Way

The series concludes as Gibson and Anderson put fresh evidence... More to Spector, with explosive results. Spector's new-found friendship with another inmate develops, with devastating consequences.

The Fall: Season 3 | Reviews

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Mr. Cubitt has set up a parallel between Gibson and Spector and wants to suggest that she, too, isn’t in full control of her sexual impulses. But he hasn’t made the parallel interesting, and it makes Gibson a less believable character, despite Ms. Anderson’s fine performance.

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Vulture

Vulture

When it's firing on all cylinders, though, the third season of The Fall is an unusually meditative, self-possessed piece of television, one that actually earns the "psychological thriller" title that too often gets thrown at anything related to a serial killer.

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