The Essex Serpent Episode 3 Review: The Doubts Begin

The Essex Serpent Episode 3 is titled ‘Falling’. Directed by Clio Barnard, the Apple TV+ series stars Tom Hiddleston as Vicar/Priest Will Ransome, Claire Danes as Cora Seaborne, Hayley Squires as Martha, Frank Dillane as Luke Garrett, Jamael Westman as Dr George Spencer, Clémence Poésy as Stella Ransome, Dixie Egerickx as Jo Ransome, Ryan Reffell as John Ransome and Michael Jibson as Matthew Evansford. The latest episode is 42 minutes long.

The show’s synopsis reads, “Set in Victorian England, the series follows London widow Cora Seaborne (Danes) who moves to Essex to investigate reports of a mythical serpent. She forms an unlikely bond with the village vicar (Hiddleston), but when tragedy strikes, locals accuse her of attracting the creature.”

The Essex Serpent Episode 3 Review Contains Few Spoilers

After Cora discusses the flying serpent in front of the students, it creates panic. Jo goes running home to her parents, Will and Stella. She is unable to talk, which leaves them worried. Cora is at home and tells Martha that she feels guilty. Cora had no intention of scaring the kids in the school.

Luke visits Aldwinter to meet Cora, and they spend some time together. He encourages Cora to believe in herself. Will requests Cora to help his daughter Jo speak again. Something happens at the beginning of the episode, which leaves the people of the village worried again. They all start suspecting Cora. Will also has to face the rage of his people as he still believes that the serpent is just a rumour.

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Apple TV+’s The Essex Serpent Episode 3 took the plot ahead as expected. The serpent’s fear grows, but no one has really seen it yet. Dr Luke Garrett helps Will Ransome’s daughter Jo to speak again. Jo says something very shocking that we might see getting explored in the upcoming episodes.

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So far, Luke has been of great help to Cora. In the end, we got a little tease of how Will and Cora’s equation might change. Probably, that’s why the episode is titled ‘Falling’. We wonder what twists we will see further in the Apple TV+ show. How will Luke and Stella react? Will the villagers be furious to see what their vicar is up to while they live in fear?

The Essex Serpent Episode 3 Review: Final Thoughts

Overall, the third episode was decent. It was predictable that Cora would be suspected, and the villagers might not be okay with Will’s disbelief of the serpent’s existence. What remains to see is how their growing closeness will affect everything that’s happening. It just gave a small nudge to hopefully something big in the next episode.

The new episode is now streaming on Apple TV+.

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The Essex Serpent Episode 3 Review: The fear of the serpent grows among the villagers.

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  1. Yes, the reference to the Salem Witch Trials could have been a warning that things we believe we see may be open to very different interpretations.

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