Starring Emmy and Golden Globe award-winner Gillian Anderson, this gripping psychological thriller forensically examines the lives of two hunters… One a serial killer that stalks his victims at random and the other a high-powered detective superintendent brought in to catch him.
1. Dark Descent
Gillian Anderson stars as DSI Stella Gibson in the first part of this gripping new investigative thriller. When a murder in Belfast remains unsolved, Gibson is brought in to catch the killer.
2. Darkness Visible
Gibson’s worst fears are realised as Spector’s murder spree in Belfast continues and a reckless decision has Gibson facing some very real consequences.
3. Insolence & Wine
As Gibson takes control of the hunt for the serial killer striking against women in Belfast, the realisation that his perfect kill is tainted pushes Spector into looking for his next victim.
4. My Adventurous Song
When Eastwood’s investigation into Olson’s murder throws open some uncomfortable truths for Burns, Gibson comes under increased pressure in her hunt for Belfast’s killer.
1. These Troublesome Disguises
Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan reprise their roles as DSI Stella Gibson and Paul Spector in the second series of The Fall. Picking up where series one left off, Gibson continues her hunt for the killer who hides in plain sight.
2. Night Darkens the Street
DSI Stella Gibson realises that her mistakes have led Paul Spector to Rose Stagg. Fearing for her safety, the police step up their investigation into the killer stalking Belfast’s streets.
3. Beauty Hath Strange Power
With the killer’s identity now known to the police, Gibson focuses her efforts into tracking down Paul Spector, putting his family under surveillance and lying in wait.
4. The Mind is its Own Place
As Gibson comes to terms with the personal invasion Paul Spector made into her life, a shocking discovery proves that Spector is both a master manipulator and a frightening force to reckon with.
5. The Perilous Edge of Battle
As Gibson’s net tightens around Paul Spector, he decides to make a play for freedom. However, the past is catching up with him, leading to deadly consequences.
1. Silence and Suffering
News of Spector’s arrest and life-threatening injuries reach Katie and she plots to help him. With the powers that be questioning Gibson’s handling of the case her determination to get a conviction is tested to the full.
2. His Troubled Thoughts
All the while Nurse Kiera Sheridan [Aisling Bea] and the medical team continue to fight to keep Spector [Jamie Dornan] alive. But even if he survives will he ever be fit enough to stand trial? And do Gibson and her team have enough evidence?
3. The Gates of Light
Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson [Gillian Anderson] discovers evidence that there may be more victims. Keen to get Spector [Jamie Dornan] back into the justice system Gibson speaks to August Larson [Krister Henriksson] the consultant psychiatrist who will be assessing Spector. Sally-Ann reaches breaking point.
4. The Hell Within Him
Gibson and Dr Larson [Krister Henriksson] clash over their different view of Spector - patient or prisoner? Meanwhile, Anderson [Colin Morgan] and Ferrington [Niamh McGrady] are dispatched to London to discover if Spector can be linked to an old murder there.
5. Wounds of Deadly Hate
A murder that took place before the period of Spector’s alleged amnesia. Katie [Aisling Franciosi] appears in court having breached her parole and attacked her friend.
6. Their Solitary Way
THE FALL concludes as Gibson [Gillian Anderson] and Anderson [Colin Morgan] put fresh evidence to Spector [Jamie Dornan] with explosive results. Spector’s new found friendship in the secure psychiatric facility develops with devastating consequences. Gibson goes to see Katie [Aisling Franciosi], who is struggling with her incarceration.
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Jillian Anderson’s British accent; her whispering and pouting is most annoying.. The plot was not plausible and police was
10/10 show, great cat and mouse plot + Gillian Anderson is so hot
Really great show
The characters are multidimensional (and good-looking.) The suspense and seduction are divine. Loved everything but the conclusion.