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The Fall season three: Trailer for Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson drama released

Published 23/08/2016

A trailer for season three of BBC drama The Fall, starring Northern Ireland actor Jamie Dornan, has been released.

The show's third and apparently final series, also starring X-Files FBI agent Gillian Anderson as tough-talking detective Stella Gibson, will be returning this autumn.

But Fifty Shades star Jamie is keen to keep the show filmed in his native Northern Ireland going.

He told AP: "You know, that job changed my life. They're like family to me and I'm forever grateful for it to be a part of my life."

The 34-year-old Holywood born actor a recently discussed his exit from social media during a round of interviews for two of his upcoming films, Anthropoid and The 9th Life of Louis Drax

"To be honest, I was very inactive on it in the last year.

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"To delete my Instagram - I had to email my publicist to get the password. Twitter I used to have a bit of fun with back in the day but I think I've tweeted twice in the last year."

On the reality of living life out loud on social media, he said: "The more public interest in you, the more horrible people become. People start to say disgusting things about your family, about your children. What's the point?"

Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan star in detective drama The Fall
Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan star in detective drama The Fall

Dornan was tight-lipped about season three of hit BBC series The Fall, which is set in Belfast and has him playing Paul Spector, a bereavement counsellor, married man and unassuming father of two by day and stalker and killer of women by night.

But he said: "You can expect the unexpected. There's quite remarkable turns in the third season that I really genuinely think people won't see coming that are hugely exciting."

Dornan added: "I would play that character to my dying days if I had the opportunity." Does that include a fourth season?

 "I don't know anything about that," he smiled.

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