Killing Eve

The upcoming fourth season will be Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer's last as Eve and Villanelle.
The online-only channel has had huge hits with shows like Fleabag, Normal People and RuPaul's Drag Race UK.
The Killing Eve star told of her on-set experiences during a chat with Kerry Washington for Variety’s Actors On Actors series.
The show's first season hinged on the thrill of the kill - but now that Villanelle only seems to want to get in Eve's pants, the whole concept feels flawed.
Will we ever find out who killed Kenny? Will Paul be exposed? And will The Twelve ever be unmasked?
The third series' penultimate episode set the stage for a big finale next week.
Villanelle was growing increasingly tired and Carolyn was looking for answers in the sixth episode of the season.
The fifth episode was a change of pace from the rest of season three.
Warning, this contains some serious spoilers from season three's Still Got It.
Villanelle and Eve were finally reunited in season three's Meetings With Biscuits.
There was an intriguing new arrival and a bombshell for Villanelle in Management Sucks.
Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh are back as Villanelle and Eve Polastri.
With series 3 about to debut on BBC iPlayer, this is what happened when we last saw Villanelle and Eve.
Critics can't seem to agree on the third series of the hit BBC drama.
We don't have long to wait for Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer's return as Eve Polastri and Villanelle.
Since taking over the world with Fleabag and Killing Eve, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s writing and acting skills have garnered her many fans. Here’s how she rose to fame and prominence.
Including tear-jerking speeches and a fair few LOL-worthy moments too.
It was a good night for Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
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