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The Fall series 3 episode 2: Twitter users say Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson show now 'dull and boring'

Published 06/10/2016

HUNTING SEASON: Gillian Anderson as DSI Stella Gibson and Jamie Dornan as Paul Spector in The Fall
HUNTING SEASON: Gillian Anderson as DSI Stella Gibson and Jamie Dornan as Paul Spector in The Fall
Jamie Dornan in The Fall
Jamie Dornan in The Fall series 3. Pic: BBC
Gillian Anderson
Jamie Dornan as Paul Spector in The Fall series 3. Pic: @TheFallTV
The Fall stars Gillian Anderson (DSI Stella Gibson) and Jamie Dornan, who portrays serial killer Paul Spector
Gillian Anderson
Actress Seainin Brennan with Jamie Dornan in The Fall
Role play: Jamie Dornan has admitted he stalked a woman on the underground for his part in The Fall, alongside Gillian Anderson
Murderer Paul Spector played by Jamie Dornan
Bronagh Waugh with Jamie Dornan in The Fall
Jamie Dornan plays serial killer Paul Spector
Jamie Dornan in The Fall
The Fall
Jamie Dornan reprising his role as serial killer Paul Spector
Gillian Anderson as Stella Gibson in The Fall series 3. Pic: @TheFallTV
Gillian Anderson in Belfast-made, BBC2 crime thriller The Fall
The Fall - ACC Jim Burns (John Lynch
Double trouble: John Lynch has loved working with Gillian Anderson in The Fall
Arresting role: Gillian Anderson
Gillian Anderson in The Fall
Arresting performance: John Lynch's character in The Fall, Assistant Chief Constable Jim Burns, has unfinished business with DSI Stella Gibson, played by Gillian Anderson
Double trouble: John Lynch has loved working with Gillian Anderson in The Fall
Gillian Anderson playing DSI Stella Gibson in The Fall (BBC/PA)
Gillian Anderson in Belfast-made, BBC2 crime thriller The Fall
The Fall's DSI Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) and the serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan)
Jamie Dornan as Paul Spector in The Fall
The serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) and DSI Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
The serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
The serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
The serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) and his wife Sally Ann (Bronagh Waugh) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) and Liz Tyler (Seanin Brennan) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
The serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) - (C) Artists Studio - Photographer: Steffan Hill
Jamie Dornan - a big hit as psycho killer in The Fall
Tense: Jamie Dornan as the serial killer Paul Spector, and Gillian Anderson as DSI Stella Gibson in scenes from BBC thriller The Fall
Tense: Jamie Dornan as the serial killer Paul Spector, and Gillian Anderson as DSI Stella Gibson in scenes from BBC thriller The Fall
Jamie Dornan
Jamie Dornan in The Fall

The Fall episode two saw Spector remain in intensive care and Gibson and Burns were hauled over the coals by the police ombudsman.

Many viewers complained on social media that the show was slow and dragging on in order fill series two.













In the final moments of series two the last words heard were Gibson desperately shouting "we're losing him" while Spector appeared to lose consciousness.

Gibson, seconded to Belfast from the Metropolitan Police, is tasked to sniff out serial killer Spector who stalks the city streets for his female prey.

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Speaking previously about series three, Dornan 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."

Check Friday's Belfast Telegraph for the review of Episode 2

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