Killing Eve Season 3 will premiere on April 26, 2020, on BBC America and AMC. Meanwhile, fans can rejoice as Season 4 of the British spy thriller has been renewed.
It is true Villanelle and Eve’s cat-and-mouse chase isn’t ending soon. Ahead of Killing Eve season 3, BBC America has announced a Season 4 renewal.
- Killing Eve Season 4 release date
- Season 4 Cast of Killing Eve
- Why is the show popular
Just as the show’s second season was bagging award nominations, BBC America announced in January 2020 that Killing Eve will be getting a fourth season. Hallelujah!
“How could we not have massive confidence in Killing Eve?,” said Sarah Barnett, the president of AMC Networks.
Killing Eve Season 4 release date
Season 1 of the spy thriller, Killing Eve premiered on BBC America on April 8, 2018. Meanwhile, Killing Eve Season 2 released on April 7, 2019. And, as for Killing Eve Season 3, that is scheduled to release on 26 April 2020.
Even though no official announcements have been made by the makers on Killing Eve Season 4 release date, it can be speculated that it is likely to launch in April 2021.
The award-winning thriller is created by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
According to Deadline magazine, the Killing Eve Season 2 was BBC’s most-watched show of 2019. So much so that, it beat new seasons of other prominent shows like Fleabag and Peaky Blinders.
Killing Eve Season 4 Cast
Season 2 finale of Killing Eve had a spine-chilling ending when Villanelle shoots Eve. Killing Eve season 3 will reveal the character’s fate and address fans much-anticipated question for long. However, it’s safe to say that Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer will be reprising their role in Killing Eve Season 4. Because, what is Killing Eve without them?
And hate me all you want, Eve is alive and kicking in the upcoming season of Killing Eve.
Other side characters set to return in Killing Eve Season 4 includes the M16 agent Carolyn Martens played by actress Fiona Shaw and Eve’s assistant Kenny played by actor Sean Delaney and Kim Bodnia.
About the show
The series centres on Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), a British Intelligence investigator assigned with the task of nabbing psychopathic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Eve is overly passionate about assassins, especially female assassins owing to their mechanism of killing and their psychologies.
Eve crosses path with assassin Villanelle and discovers that she is both obsessed and attracted with Villanelle which is positively reciprocated by her. Soon both women forget about their initial missions in order to seek more of each other.
Why is the show popular
Killing Eve never fails to impress its audiences with multiple twists and turns that lead to another plot twist. Not just from the British standpoint, the show ranks amongst the best shows coming out of Hollywood.
Killing Eve may be a spy thriller drama but it’s also a budding romance-cum-love story between Eve and Villanelle. As of now, the show is not available for streaming on Netflix, but it’s there on Hulu, Amazon Prime and iTunes.
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