That's a wrap: Gillian Anderson signals the end of filming on The Fall series 3
That's a wrap - the fate of Stella Gibson and Paul Spector is sealed as filming of The Fall series 3 comes to an end.
The waiting game is almost over for fans of the hit BBC show as the deadly game of cat and mouse between Paul Spector and Detective Superintendent Gibson comes to an end.
Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson both returned to Belfast to reprise their roles for the third series as their battle approaches its conclusion in Allan Cubitt’s intense psychological thriller.
Audiences were left reeling at the end of series two as Spector, critically injured in an ambush, lay bleeding in the arms of Gibson.
Moments before, the investigator thought she had him and now it appears as though she is losing him.
Fans of the programme were sent into overdrive when they spotted Dornan around Belfast during filming.
Tonight Anderson posted a photo to Twitter signalling the end of her time filming the programme.
She said: "That's a wrap on Stella Gibson!"
Dornan finished his filming last month and is currently working on the next instalment of the Fifty Shades of Grey triology.
Speaking previously The Fall writer Allan Cubitt said he was "thrilled" to begin Series 3 and while he didn't want to give anything away about the ending - he suggested this may not be the last series we see of The Fall - leaving the door open for more.
He said: "Obviously I don't want to give anything away about how the third series will end but I can say that I am looking forward to working with both Gillian and Jamie again in the near future."