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Stream Them Now: Five International Series to Check Out, From Gillian Anderson's Belfast Crime Drama to Guy Pearce's Melbourne Mystery

16 August 2013 2:21 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

August is a quiet month for television, so after you've savored "Breaking Bad" on Sundays, why not take a look at one of the imports below? Thanks to the growth of streaming sites, shows from different countries that wouldn't always find a network in the U.S. are now available legally here. The five series listed below are from Ireland, Australia, Spain, the U.K. and Brazil, and while none have aired on American television, they can be viewed on different streaming services around the web."The Fall" (Netflix) Netflix snagged this Irish/UK serial killer saga not longer after it premiered on television on RTÉ One and BBC Two in May. Created by Allan Cubitt ("Prime Suspect 2"), the five-part first season of "The Fall" is the particularly moody tale about the search for a serial killer in Belfast that cuts between the murderer, Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan, of »

- Alison Willmore

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Stream Them Now: Five International Series to Check Out, From Gillian Anderson's Belfast Crime Drama to Guy Pearce's Melbourne Mystery

16 August 2013 2:21 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

August is a quiet month for television, so after you've savored "Breaking Bad" on Sundays, why not take a look at one of the imports below? Thanks to the growth of streaming sites, shows from different countries that wouldn't always find a network in the U.S. are now available legally here. The five series listed below are from Ireland, Australia, Spain, the U.K. and Brazil, and while none have aired on American television, they can be viewed on different streaming services around the web."The Fall" (Netflix) Netflix snagged this Irish/UK serial killer saga not longer after it premiered on television on RTÉ One and BBC Two in May. Created by Allan Cubitt ("Prime Suspect 2"), the five-part first season of "The Fall" is the particularly moody tale about the search for a serial killer in Belfast that cuts between the murderer, Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan, of »

- Alison Willmore

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The Fall's writer Allan Cubitt on women and violence in TV drama

7 June 2013 4:02 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The new wave of female TV detectives is hugely popular, but violence against women is still the mainstay of crime drama, BBC2's The Fall included. Here, its writer makes his defence

The first season of The Fall is drawing to a close – the final episode airs on Monday night. I first pitched the idea in 2009. In the time since then that I've been working on the drama there seems to have been a torrent of stories about sex crimes. From high-profile celebrity arrests to the recent convictions of Mark Bridger and Stuart Hazell, the news seems to have been full of stories of the harassment, confinement, rape and murder of females by men.

I had already conceived the character of my serial killer, Paul Spector, when Russell Williams was arrested in Canada in February 2010. Williams was unusual in that he was a decorated pilot in the Canadian military. Until »

- Allan Cubitt

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The Fall is one of the best BBC dramas in years

10 May 2013 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Devoting equal time to hunter and hunted, Gillian Anderson stars in this gripping psychological thriller

"Welcome to Belfast," sighs the assistant chief constable, grimacing apologetically as he hands DS Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) a bulging case file. "I've done 28-day reviews before, you know," she tuts, flicking regally through a wadge of blotchy mortuary snaps and false-lead suspect profiles. "Not here you haven't," continues Constable Roflz, scowling significantly out of the window. "Things are different here."

He's not wrong. Things are different here. Very different. So different, in fact, are things in The Fall (Monday, 9pm, BBC2) that it's probably easier to list the things that it's not, if only to give ourselves something to cling to when the more familiar, context-y stuff begins to shift, the floor gives way and everything starts to slide inexorably into a deep, knotted, bilious swamp of … differentness. So, some things that The Fall is not: a sitcom, »

- Sarah Dempster

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