BBC’s Captivating Crime Series ‘The Fall’ Gains Rave Reviews as Viewers Escape January Blues

London, England – Viewers are buzzing about a captivating crime series that is gaining recognition as a “work of art” and a cure for the January blues. The series, which aired from 2013 to 2016, revolves around Metropolitan Police Superintendent Stella Gibson, a top investigator in Belfast who takes on a long-standing murder case. As the hunt for the infamous Belfast Strangler continues, Stella teams up with local detectives to track down and apprehend Paul Spector, a serial killer targeting young women in the city.

The plot thickens as the team encounters challenges within the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) while building their case. The series, titled “The Fall,” garnered a dedicated following during its initial run and has since become available for streaming on iPlayer and Netflix, reigniting people’s enthusiasm.

Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan headlined the cast and delivered stellar performances that have captivated audiences. Social media has been abuzz with praise for Anderson’s portrayal of Stella Gibson, with viewers hailing it as “especially good” and “excellent stuff.” Dornan, known for his role in the “Fifty Shades” franchise, has also received high praise for his compelling performance.

“The Fall” originally premiered in 2013 in Ireland and Northern Ireland before expanding its viewership to BBC Two in the UK. Now, with all three seasons and 17 episodes available for streaming, the series has found a new surge of popularity.

In a similar vein, a second crime drama with a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score is set to make a return. The highly anticipated second series of “Kin,” a fan-favorite show with a star-studded cast, is coming soon to BBC One and BBC iPlayer. The first season, consisting of eight episodes, has received critical acclaim, keeping viewers hooked and earning a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The plot of “Kin” revolves around the Kinsellas, a fictional crime family in Dublin, Ireland, entangled in a bitter conflict with a powerful drug cartel. Chaos erupts when Frank Kinsella’s hotheaded son clashes violently with one of Eamon’s men, leading to a retaliatory outbreak from the Cunninghams.

With the success and popularity of “The Fall” and the imminent return of “Kin,” crime series enthusiasts are in for a treat. The gripping storylines, impeccable performances, and high production quality of these shows have impressed and enthralled viewers, solidifying their status as must-watch crime dramas. So, mark your calendars and get ready for more thrilling twists and turns in the world of crime television.