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Fans will remember that the psychological thriller first aired between 2013 and 2016 on BBC Two, and has a killer cast headed up by Gillian Anderson (The Crown) and Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey).
Elsewhere in the cast are the likes of Colin Morgan (Merlin) Aisling Franciosi (Game of Thrones) and John Lynch (In the Name of the Father).
From first rate acting to moody cinematography and regional accents, the series delivered on all fronts - so it makes sense that it's found a new home with the streaming giants.
If you need refreshing, the series - written by Allan Cubitt - was set in Northern Ireland and followed the life of Detective Superintendent Gibson who is transferred from London's Metropolitan Police to investigate a murder overseas.
Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson is tasked with tracking down serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), who has an ominous obsession with the young women of Belfast.
As the case unfolds, Gibson is challenged by her colleagues on her handling of the investigation, and tensions rise.
Netflix's UK & Ireland shared the news in a tweet, saying: "All 3 seasons of The Fall are coming to Netflix on 1st August if you're into Jamie Dornan, Gillian Anderson, moody thrillers, the accents, or all of the above."
The series was well received critically, scooping rave reviews and being long-listed for Best Drama at the National Television Awards three years running.
All 3 seasons of The Fall are coming to Netflix on 1 August if you're into Jamie Dornan, Gillian Anderson, moody thrillers, the accents, or all of the above. pic.twitter.com/4DnKJ2pc1d
- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) July 22, 2020
Currently, the series is also available to stream on Amazon Prime - though it's unclear whether this will remain the case once the show hits Netflix.
All three seasons of The Fall land on Netflix on Saturday 1st August.
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