Killing Eve returns for its fourth and final series on Monday, February 28.
The series, which stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh, will air on BBC One and will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
Here’s everything you need to know about Killing Eve Series 4.
What is it about?
Killing Eve is a cat-and-mouse spy thriller about the relationship between MI5 profiler Eve and glamorous assassin Villanelle – and the dark conspiracy that threatens them both.
Who’s in it?
The series stars Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri and the MI5 profiler who becomes obsessed with the assassin Villanelle. Oh is best known for her role in Grey’s Anatomy, but she also recently appeared in the Netflix drama The Chair. We will soon be able to see her in the Pixar film Turning Red.
Jodie Comer joins Oh as Villanelle, the glamorous assassin at the heart of the series. Since starring in Killing Eve, Comer’s career has gone from strength to strength and she has been celebrated for her appearances in Channel 4’s coronavirus drama Help, Ridley Scott’s historical epic The Last Duel and Ryan Reynold’s film Free Guy.
They are joined by Fiona Shaw (Ammonite, Andor), Gemma Whelan (Game of Thrones), Kim Bodnia (The Bridge). Pam, a new assassin played by Anjana Vasan (brilliant in We Are Lady Parts), will also appear in season 4.
For its fourth season, Killing Eve has a new showrunner again: Laura Neal, who has already written episodes of Sex Education, My Mad Fat Diary and Daybreak, will be in charge of the last season of Killing Eve.
Is there a trailer?
Yes, there is, and you can watch it — and Eve and Villanelle’s ongoing cat-and-mouse game — right here.
When and how can I watch it?
The series will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from Monday 28 February.
In the US, BBC America will air the first two episodes of Killing Eve a day earlier and continue with dual-show episodes every Sunday.
Will this be the last series?
Yes, this will be the last series of Killing Eve.
However, Jodie Comer has previously hinted at Digital Spy about the possibility of future spinoffs, saying “I think they’re kind of keeping their options open, like who knows what the future holds.”
So get what you want out of it, really.
Why should I watch it?
Because you’ll want to see how it all ends.
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