For anyone out there watching / enjoying “The Fall,” you should be aware that we are firmly in the home stretch following Thursday night’s new episode of BBC Two. There are potentially two episodes left in the entire series, and most of the focus on these will be about the potential trial of Paul Spector, provided that it ever happens in the first place. What this season is doing is rather risky, mostly because they’ve moved away somewhat from the super-intense / dangerous drama with Jamie Dornan’s character out on the loose, and instead moved into something a little more psychological in in many ways political, as you try to determine whether or not someone in Spector’s condition would be put on trial in the first place.
Expect quite a few extended debates in these upcoming episodes, and also be prepared for some more killer performances.
Next week’s synopsis – “Spector’s legal team are determined that he will never stand trial. Anderson and Ferrington make a discovery from the past that may help Gibson build her case.”
We know that this is not giving you much, but consider the Anderson / Ferrington part of this as the light at the end of the tunnel that one way or another, we’re going to have some hope that Gibson will get the justice she so seeks.
Finally, let’s conclude this discussion with a programming reminder: The sixth and final episode of “The Fall” season 3 is airing just one day after this one does, so by October 28 in the UK, the entire series will be complete. Set your schedules out accordingly, since this is something that you’re not going to want to miss.
Tonight’s episode – You will be able to check out a full review and so much more now over at this link soon. (Photo: BBC.)