Gillian Anderson has confirmed her interest in The Fall Season 4.
The BBC Two serial killer doesn’t air its third season until later in 2016, but in a new Guardian piece, the actress expresses willingness to reprise her role as DSI Stella Gibson in a potential fourth season:
“It’s my favourite. It has just been so huge for me. I find it so compelling and mysterious.” Not only would she like to make a fourth series, but she regards the controversy that has trailed it – the notion, held by many, including me, that it is in the business of glamorising violence against women – as the sole creation of the Daily Mail. “It’s unfounded. It’s not gratuitous in any way. Rather, it points to the fact that there is still so much violence against women in the world. There are so many other series that are drastically more violent and gratuitous than ours, but they get less attention for it because it’s in the context of, say, vampirism. Ours is so real, and its characters so recognisable, that it gets under the skin.”
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the status of The Fall Season 4…