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The Fall series 3: Thrilling new trailer confirms date of Jamie Dornan's return in crime drama

'I want him to live so that he can spend the rest of his life in prison'

By Claire Williamson

Published 14/09/2016

The wait is almost over as the release date of the hotly anticipated series 3 of The Fall has been confirmed.

The Fall fans have had a long wait since the excruciating cliff-hanger of series two which ended as Jamie Dornan lay shot in the arms of detective Stella Gibson.

Anticipation has been building ahead of the hit BBC show's third and apparently final series which is filmed in Belfast.

The show stars Holywood's Jamie Dornan as serial killer Paul Spector and X-Files FBI agent Gillian Anderson as tough-talking detective Stella Gibson.

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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.

Anderson plays detective Stella Gibson, seconded to Belfast from the Metropolitan Police, to sniff out serial killer Spector (Dornan) who stalks the city streets for his female prey.

Now, along with a brand new dramatic trailer, it has been announced the programme will be on UK screens on Thursday September 29 at 9pm.

Speaking previously 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."

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