The Fall, Series 3HD
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At the climax of the last series, audiences were left reeling as Spector, critically injured in a devastating ambush, lay bleeding in the arms of Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson. Moments before, the intense and single-minded investigator thought she had her man; now, shocked and desperate, she’s losing him. Bringing a killer to book is going to take much more now than simply catching him. In the emotionally charged aftermath of the shooting, Gibson’s personal journey to exact justice for the victims’ families must begin with the blood-soaked fight to keep Spector alive. As The Fall reaches its inexorable conclusion, it’s clear that the rules of this deadly game of cat and mouse are set to shift once again.
|1||HDVideoEpisode 1||Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) is rushed to Belfast General Hospital where Dr Joe O'Donnell (Richard Coyle), Nurse Kiera Sheridan (Aisling Bea) and the staff engage in the blood soaked fight to keep him alive. 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 (Gillian Anderson) handling of the case, her determination to get a conviction is tested to the full.||59:06||$3.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoEpisode 2||Gibson (Gillian Anderson) and Burns (John Lynch) are hauled over the coals by the 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. Katie (Aisling Franciosi) enraged at not being allowed to see Spector and at the media's treatment of him decides to take matters into her own hands. All the while Nurse Kiera Sheridan and the medical team continue to fight to keep Spector alive. But even if he survives, will he ever be fit enough to stand trial? And do Gibson and her team have enough evidence?||59:03||$3.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoEpisode 3||As Spector's health stabilises, his legal team led by Sean Healy (Aidan McArdle) move into action, determined he'll never stand trial. Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson discovers evidence that there may be more victims. Keen to get Spector back into the justice system, Gibson speaks to August Larson (Krister Henriksson), the consultant psychiatrist who will be assessing Spector. Sally-Ann (Bronagh Waugh) reaches breaking point.||59:04||$3.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoEpisode 4||Gibson comes face to face with the depths of Sally-Ann's desperation while Burns has to confront his guilt at pursuing Sally-Ann as a conspirator rather than a witness. Gibson and Dr Larson 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.||59:34||$3.49||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoEpisode 5||Spector meets other in-mates in the secure psychiatric facility. As Dr Larson begins his assessment, Spector starts to open up about his past. Spector's legal team are still determined that Spector will never stand trial. They put procedures in motion to call Gibson's handling of the case into question. Anderson and Ferrington follow their lead in London and uncover someone from Spector's past who they hope will link Spector to an old murder case. A murder that took place before the period of Spector's alleged amnesia. Katie appears in court having breached her parole and attacked her friend.||58:56||$3.49||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoEpisode 6||THE FALL concludes as Gibson and Anderson put fresh evidence to Spector with explosive results. Spector's new found friendship in the secure psychiatric facility develops with devastating consequences. Gibson goes to see Katie who is struggling with her incarceration.||59:15||$3.49||View in iTunes|
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Worth it. But definitely not as good as 1 and 2
Okayish, slightly disappointing but absolutely worth watching for fans of this series.
Takes a bit of time to get into this one, no true dramatic story lines, feels a bit pedestrian, especially in the beginning and this continues right through to the end.
I think a few fans will be disappointed, the hospital scenes are drawn out with characters going nowhere. Lots of plot lines just putter out (Katie, the nurse, the lawyers).
Could have been MUCH better.
Having really enjoyed the first two seasons, I have to say this is disappointing. The first 3 episodes just drag on and on, and the ending is anticlimactic at best.