The Fall was one of the BBC’s most popular dramas when it aired in the early 2010s with Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan in the lead roles. Now viewers are able to stream it all on Netflix, some fans will be wondering why it ended after season three.

Why was The Fall cancelled after season 3?

WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the end of The Fall season 3.

When The Fall was first released on BBC Two and RTÉ One back in 2013, viewers were quickly hooked by the serial killer drama.

The show went on to run for three seasons on the channel as viewers followed the cat and mouse game between Stella Gibson (played by Gillian Anderson) and Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan).

However, the third season was revealed as the final outing back when it aired in 2016.

The show has now gained even more fans after being released in full on Netflix, which has led some to wonder why this was.

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Fans will remember how the finale saw Stella interrogate Spector in order to try and get him to admit to his crimes.

But he never did face justice, killing himself, his psychiatrist and another patient in the dramatic finale.

This brought the story to a satisfying end as it also followed how some of his victims and their families sought closure.

However, there was an implication at the end that Stella could be about to move onto a new case.

This led some to wonder if she would be starring in another season by herself.

But, this was not the case and the show ended after season three.

Since the series finished, its two stars have also gone on to star in many more high-profile projects.

Anderson has gone on the play the role of Jean Milburn in Netflix’s Sex Education and will soon be seen as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown season four.

Dornan was cast as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shade of Grey films and has gone on to appear in Robin Hood and A Private War.

The Fall seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now.

source: express.co.uk

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