‘The Fall’ Season 3 Episode 5 Spoilers, News & Update: Will Spector Be Acquitted? Show Criticized For Celebrating Violence Against Women?
There are two episodes left before "The Fall" Season 3 comes to conclusion. As fans are all treated with a surprising turn of events in every episode and since it's getting pretty intense every week, they are now looking for the next "The Fall" Season 3 Episode 5. Titled "Wounds of Deadly Hate," it looks like Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) has the chance to get free from charges.
"Spector's legal team are determined that he will never stand trial," BBC Two noted "The Fall" Season 3 Episode 5's storyline. It was previously reported that Spector's legal counsels were doing their best to let him be acquitted from his offenses. His advisers were desperate enough to stage that their client was mentally incapable.
Of course, Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) will not let this happen as she is looking for ways to give proper justice to all of Spector's victims. "Anderson and Ferrington make a discovery from the past that may help Gibson build her case," "The Fall" Season 3 Episode 5 continued. With that, fans can expect extreme scenarios that involve Spector and Gibson's case.
Meanwhile, as Jamie Dornan's character as Paul Spector will clearly look mental in "The Fall" Season 3 Episode 5, many still love and adore him - especially women. In a report by Daily Mail, the "Fifty Shades Darker" star's role can be seen abducting, strangling and hurting a number of ladies, but he is still celebrated.
This might be because of Jamie Dornan's undeniable good looks and gorgeous body. In fact, one of his avid female fans tweeted that the 34-year-old star can freely choke her anytime in her bath, while the other one said that she is willing to die if Spector will be her killer. Hence, the show is being criticized for celebrating violence against women.
Do you think this is true? Watch more of "The Fall" Season 3 Episode 5 on Oct. 23 on BBC Two.