Good news for Jamie Dornan as The Fall is nominated for prestigious award

The popular series has been nominated in the Best Drama category

The Fall is up for a gong
The Fall is up for a gong

Jamie Dornan is no doubt happy to hear today that The Fall, in which he plays serial killer Paul Spectre, is nominated for the Royal Television Society Northern Ireland Awards.

The finalists have been announced for the inaugural Programme Awards that take place at The Mac Belfast on Thursday November 5.

The shortlist sees top shows The Fall and Line of Duty – both made in Northern Ireland – in the line up alongside 37 Days, the documentary drama miniseries that covered the weeks before World War 1 broke out – hoping to be crowned best drama.


Jamie & Gillian star in The Fall
Jamie & Gillian star in The Fall

The host for the evening will be veteran broadcaster John Sergeant, while a number of stars including Christine Bleakley, who will return to Belfast to present a number of the evening’s awards.

Fans of 50 Shades star Jamie’s creepy show The Fall were thrilled earlier this year when it was confirmed that there will be a third series, expected to air in 2016

The psychological thriller also stars Gillian Anderson as as police detective Stella Gibson.

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