PUBLISHED: 07:25, Thu, Sep 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 07:31, Thu, Sep 10, 2020
BBC crime drama The Fall was dropped on Netflix UK recently with new viewers coming to the series for the first time. The Fall charts the manhunt for serial killer the Belfast Strangler Paul Spector (played by Jamie Dornan) with Metropolitan Police Detective Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) on the case. Although there was a conclusion of sorts, some loose ends left over which have left fans scratching their heads.
WARNING: This article contains major spoilers from The Fall season 3
The Fall concluded with the suicide of Spector, who caused one last act of chaos in the psychiatric facility where he was being held in.
He also murdered a fellow patient as he planned a huge diversion which would allow him to take his own life.
Gibson was left frustrated Spector had evaded justice through death, knowing full well she was planning to make him feel the full force of the law for his heinous crimes.
With Spector dead, it looked like his daughter Olivia Spector (Sarah Beattie) could be an orphan.
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The Fall: Olivia Spector may have been an orphan by the end (Image: BBC)
The Fall: Sally Ann Spector was left broken by her husband's crimes (Image: BBC)
Her mother Sally Ann Spector (Bronagh Waugh) was also in a bad way after the neonatal nurse made an attempt on her own life following the revelations of Spector’s crimes.
Thankfully, she failed and was last seen in hospital in a life or death scenario with no confirmation either way about her fate.
This left Olivia, who was placed in care with a family and quizzed about how she felt about her father.
In a heart-breaking scene, Olivia was asked whether she wanted to see her father and if she’d visit him in prison.
The Fall: Olivia Spector was unsure about her father by the end (Image: BBC)
The schoolgirl said she would take her children to see Spector, but it seemed unclear whether she’d go herself before then.
Presumably, Olivia would have remained in care and perhaps even had her identity changed to protect her.
Alternatively, she may have been